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  • Toward automated animal identification in wildlife research - Penn State (4304 bytes) (2019-02-12)
  • Selfies to self-diagnosis: Algorithm p~pamps upp~p smartphones to diagnose disea - Florida Atlantic University (5529 bytes) (2019-02-12)
  • Waterproof graphene electronic circuits - FECYT (3203 bytes) (2019-02-12)
  • Smart home tests first elder care robot - Washington State University (3903 bytes) (2019-02-04)
  • Quantum structure of buckyballs - NIST (4833 bytes) (2019-02-04)
  • New quantum system could help design better spintronics - Purdue University (4646 bytes) (2019-02-04)
  • A new low-latency congestion control for cellular networks - UNIST (5009 bytes) (2019-01-25)
  • Computer program aids food safety experts with pathogen testing - Cornell University (3601 bytes) (2019-01-25)
  • Artificial intelligence can dramatically cut time needed to process abnormal che - University of Warwick (2799 bytes) (2019-01-25)
  • Light up logic: Engineers perform computational logic with light - University of Tokyo (3532 bytes) (2019-01-25)
  • New mathematical model can help save endangered species - University of Southern Denmark (2749 bytes) (2019-01-18)
  • Hybrid qubits solve key hurdle to quantum computing - RIKEN (3642 bytes) (2019-01-08)
  • Researchers develop 128Mb STT-MRAM with worldp~ps fastest write speed for embedd - Tohoku University (2414 bytes) (2019-01-08)
  • Physicists record p~plifetimep~p of graphene qubits - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (7004 bytes) (2019-01-08)
  • Computer chip vulnerabilities discovered - Washington State University (2794 bytes) (2018-12-31)
  • Quantum chemical calculations on quantum computers - Osaka City University (4374 bytes) (2018-12-31)
  • Toward brain-like computing: New memristor better mimics synapses - University of Michigan (5472 bytes) (2018-12-31)
  • Hardware-software co-design approach could make neural networks less power hungr - University of California - San Diego (6973 bytes) (2018-12-23)
  • Twisting light to enable high-capacity data transmission - Abdelrahman Z. Al-Attili, (4056 bytes) (2018-12-23)
  • Network orchestration: Researcher uses music to manage networks - Saint Louis University (3963 bytes) (2018-12-23)
  • 50 years after the computer mouse was demonstrated - Kurt Snibbe (2228 bytes) (2018-12-11)
  • Early detection of epilepsy in children possible with deep learning computer sci - Yi Pan (2630 bytes) (2018-11-29)
  • A new brain-inspired architecture could improve how computers handle data and ad - American Institute of Physics (3437 bytes) (2018-10-03)
  • MIT’s creepy-crawly robot can help monitor your health - Luke Dormehl (2679 bytes) (2018-10-03)
  • Photonic chips harness sound waves to speed up local networks - University of Sydney (3369 bytes) (2018-09-28)
  • New photonic chip promises more robust quantum computers - Centre for Quantum Computation & Communi (3547 bytes) (2018-09-25)
  • Quantum computing: A new way to count qubits - Syracuse University (2779 bytes) (2018-09-25)
  • Scientists say theyp~pve developed blood test that can detect internal body cloc - KT (3918 bytes) (2018-09-11)
  • Scientists found brain’s internal clock that influences how we perceive time - Jennifer Ouellette (4721 bytes) (2018-09-04)
  • A GPS for inside your body - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (5256 bytes) (2018-08-23)
  • In-body ‘GPS’ developed by MIT could track tumours and deliver pills internally - MIT (3995 bytes) (2018-08-23)
  • Another step forward on universal quantum computer - Akiko Tsumura (3251 bytes) (2018-08-14)
  • What Policymakers Need to Know About Quantum Computing - Adam Segal (6227 bytes) (2018-08-01)
  • Wired and IBM Explain Quantum Computing to Students from Grade School to Grad S - Al Williams (1799 bytes) (2018-06-28)
  • MIT researchers develop a robot system controlled by brainwaves - Mark Austin (2644 bytes) (2018-06-24)
  • Nuclear Physicists Leap Into Quantum Computing With First Simulations of Atomic - Oak Ridge (5647 bytes) (2018-05-29)
  • AI Revives In-Memory Processors - Rick Merritt (2533 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • Chinese firms use p~pmind-readingp~p devices to monitor workersp~p emotions - JAMIE FULLERTON (1630 bytes) (2018-05-01)
  • New study shows wearable technology also contributes to distracted driving - University of Texas at San Antonio (2922 bytes) (2018-04-25)
  • New method to stop cyber attacks on GPS-enabled devices - University of Texas at San Antonio (2339 bytes) (2018-03-30)
  • Your smartwatch could someday alert you to disease lurking silently in your body - Carolyn Y. Johnson and Hayley Tsukayama (4776 bytes) (2018-03-22)

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