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The C-shaped parent xenobots collect and compress loose stem cells together into piles which can mature into offspring.
Investors keen on quantum computing can expect the Honeywell-Cambridge Quantum merger to produce a new publicly traded company within a year.
U.S., rivals seek ways to adapt spycraft to a changing world; being on the grid can blow your cover, but so can staying off
The eight Chinese entities were added to the U.S. Department of Commerce's Entity List specifically for risks related to quantum computing technology.
Baidu has licensed its algorithm for messenger RNA sequencing to Sanofi SA, the Chinese tech giant's first commercial deal with a global drugmaker.
Researchers at Check Point Research have identified security flaws in the audio digital signal processor used in MediaTek's system-on-chip products.
A team of researchers combined microscopy, biochemistry, and artificial intelligence to identify previously unknown components of human cells.
Machine learning and neural networks can help manage the recipes for new beers, and predict how they will taste.
Acoustic waves can detect all kinds of explosions and volcanic activity, but it's hard to place sensors at sea—unless you've got a bird with a backpack.
To determine your risk, start-ups are applying technology to data points as various as your college and the mileage on the used car you want to buy.
Even Amazon's new AI-powered machines aren't nearly capable enough to handle the most important fulfillment tasks.
QuEra Computing, launched by physicists at Harvard and MIT, is trying a different quantum approach to tackle impossibly hard computational tasks.
The agreement aims to realize the advantages artificial intelligence brings to society, and to reduce the risks it entails.
Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal to replace Dorsey atop social-media company effective immediately.
A “living ink” made entirely from bacterial cells can be used in a three-dimensional printer to create structures that discharge drugs or absorb toxins.
The world's first all-electric and emission-free container ship completed its 8.7-mile maiden voyage from Porsgrunn, Norway, to the Norwegian port of Brevik.
Severely quadriplegic Henry Evans has beta-tested robots as part of a 20-year collaboration with healthcare roboticist Charlie Kemp.
Princeton University researchers have developed a millimeter-wave wireless microchip that can thwart interception of wireless transmissions.
Spiderwebs inspired researchers at the Netherlands' Delft University of Technology to design one of the world's most precise microchip sensors.
Researchers found that the majority of children surveyed believe girls are less interested than boys in computer science and engineering.
Scientists have developed a smartphone application that can find tiny spy cameras concealed in everyday objects, using smartphones' time-of-flight sensor.
The 2022 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT, plans to expand its virtual interactive venue, The Spaceship, as part of its New Frontier exhibition.
Flying drones are dispersing seeds in Croatia to replant hard-to-reach fire-damaged forests.
Government agencies are also warning companies and consumers to be on guard against holiday attacks.
The company also performed well last month in a test of its ability to match two different photos of the same person.
Banks have been clamoring for more information from their regulators in recent months about how they can safely participate in cryptocurrency markets.
Apple accused NSO Group, the Israeli surveillance company, of "flagrant" violations of its software, as well as federal and state laws.
"There is an urgent need to increase the number of women entering STEM and IT fields," said Monash University Faculty of IT Interim Dean Professor Ann Nicholson.
Scientists have developed a predictive computer model that expresses animal cardiac research as human-specific insights.
Researchers at Japan's Tokyo University of Science (TUS) and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have designed a tool for detecting a precursor of thermoacoustic combustion oscillation, which damages combustion engines…