Technology

The model is flexible and can process a variety of data despite differing formats and data sources.
by Texas A&M University
9:00am
7.27.2017
The sky is a crowded place. In June 2017, there were on average 33,000 flights every day over Europe alone
by Davide Crivelli, Cardiff University, The Conversation
9:35am
7.26.2017
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Scientists invent a new approach to creating ordered patterns of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond, a promising approach to computing quantum data.
by DOE Science News Source
2:00pm
7.25.2017
The company has added a suite of capabilities designed specifically to address the on-demand manufacturing needs of the low-volume, high-mix product segment.
by Proto Labs
8:30am
7.20.2017
A hypoallergenic electronic sensor might enable patients to monitor their long-term health.
3:40pm
7.17.2017
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It’s hard to get an X-ray image of low-density material like tissue between bones because X-rays just pass right through like sunlight through a window.
by Sandia National Labs
3:16pm
7.17.2017
A team of neurologists has developed a hands-free, thought-controlled musical instrument called the Encephalophone.
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3:31pm
7.13.2017
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A German Enigma machine, used by Nazis to encrypt messages during World War II, was sold to an online bidder for $51,620 after the seller paid only $115.
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3:20pm
7.13.2017
Using wearable stress sensors, analytics, and other technologies, researchers are able to pinpoint the exact moment consumers feel subconscious responses.
by Rob Matheson | MIT News Office
10:36am
7.13.2017
Energy efficient stairs absorb user's energy during descent, return energy to user during ascent.
by PLOS
10:13am
7.13.2017
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Through the project, researchers will recreate the nuclear fusion processes responsible for energy generation and elemental production in stars.
by University of Notre Dame
10:28am
7.12.2017
A team from Southern Methodist University have used photoswitch molecules to bring to life 3D light structures that can be viewed from 360 degrees.
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3:53pm
7.11.2017
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System for generating ad hoc “cache hierarchies” increases processing speed while reducing energy consumption.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
3:21pm
7.11.2017
Design can control color, intensity of light by varying cavity architecture.
by Northwestern University
3:15pm
7.11.2017
Researchers are working to reduce pirated and counterfeit products with a new unique identification system.
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10:15am
7.7.2017
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Researchers have enabled a computer to understand the body poses and movements of multiple people from video in real time.
by Carnegie Mellon University
4:12pm
7.6.2017
Researchers continue to make leaps in improving cell phones and other electronic devices by increasing power and reducing costs.
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4:00pm
7.6.2017
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Sandia Labs’ findings have helped Atmocean attract about $3.5 million in investment to continue product testing.
by Sandia National Laboratories
2:18pm
7.5.2017
Their new approach involves minimizing power in two domains.
by UCSD
8:48am
7.5.2017
Bioelectronics—a field encompassing the intersection between electronics and biological processes—is a rapidly growing area of research.
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2:37pm
6.30.2017
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Researchers have discovered a new topological material which may enable fault-tolerant quantum computing.
by University Of Pennsylvania
9:43am
6.30.2017
With a linewidth of only 10 mHz, the laser has established a new world record.
by Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Ptb)
10:49am
6.29.2017
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A new metal may replace silicon in microelectromechanical systems, which are needed for cars, jet engines, oil rigs and electrical devices.
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10:21am
6.29.2017
A new bioelectronic feedback system is giving amputees a muscle sense that will allow them to discern the size of an object without visual proof.
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3:04pm
6.26.2017
First responders of all disciplines will now be able to train together for active shooter incidents thanks to a new virtual training platform.
by Homeland Security's Science & Technology Directorate
2:49pm
6.26.2017
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Visually impaired people are better than sighted individuals at perceiving the sound quality of two sounds that are close together in time.
by Acoustical Society of America (ASA)
2:31pm
6.26.2017
A new more durable, wearable device may make it easier to monitor diabetes over long periods of time.
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3:23pm
6.23.2017
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The sound combines multiple tones that, when interacting with the microphone's mechanics, create what researchers call a "shadow."
by University Of Illinois College Of Engineering
10:41am
6.23.2017
New design substitutes an array of light receivers for a lens, making cameras thin, light, cheap, and flexible.
by California Institute of Technology
3:56pm
6.22.2017
Researchers have developed the new technology, which may rival the effectiveness of current wearable electronic devices.
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3:42pm
6.22.2017
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