Technology

Text-to-speech enables a computer to convert written text and read it aloud.
3:03pm
11.15.2017
Using a supercomputer with the power of 8,000 computers, researchers have created an airplane wing that closely mimics the properties of actual bird wings.
2:45pm
11.14.2017
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A new double-sided fabric may allow people to keep the same wardrobe in the summer and the winter.
10:17am
11.13.2017
The Eyedrivomatic—which turns any electric wheelchair into a gaze-controlled wheelchair—was created to give those with ALS some of their independence back.
3:45pm
11.9.2017
Researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric.
by University Of Cambridge
8:15am
11.9.2017
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A team of scientists have devised a new method to create photonic devices that are stretchable and flexible without being damaged.
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2:45pm
11.8.2017
A new material for clothing could serve as a personal cooling unit, without any external energy needed to power it.
by American Chemical Society
2:34pm
11.8.2017
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This method to identify the molecular structures of natural products is significantly faster and more accurate than existing methods.
by UCSD
8:33am
11.8.2017
Cost-effective optical manipulation platform suitable for mass production of electronic and light-based devices.
by The Optical Society
12:47pm
11.7.2017
Contingency bases are overseas camps intended to be used for less than five years.
by Sandia National Laboratories
9:42am
11.7.2017
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The researchers hope to work with hearing aid manufacturers to integrate this new technology with existing products.
by Michigan State University
1:50pm
11.2.2017
Researchers report the development of an electronic skin that glows when the pressure against it is high enough to potentially cause an injury.
by American Chemical Society
10:28am
11.2.2017
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Researchers have developed a single-step, laser-based method to produce small, precise hybrid microstructures of silver and flexible silicone.
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3:24pm
11.1.2017
Researchers have created a new fabric that could enable jackets to store invisible passcodes that open doors to the wearer's work or home.
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8:59am
11.1.2017
University of Delaware energy team develops processes to ramp up bio-based aviation fuel.
by University Of Delaware
3:06pm
10.30.2017
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A team has developed a new system called VibWrite that grants access to smart-enabled homes, appliances or cars using finger vibrations to verify users.
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10:21am
10.30.2017
New approach brings transparency to self-driving cars and other self-taught systems.
by Columbia University School of Engineering And Applied Science
10:23am
10.26.2017
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A novel method for connecting thin-film piezoelectric materials to flexible substrates has potential applications for medical devices.
by Pennsylvania State University
12:32pm
10.25.2017
Researchers have demonstrated how to decode what the human brain is seeing by using A.I. to interpret fMRI scans.
by Purdue University
3:11pm
10.23.2017
The plasmonic nanoantenna arrays could lead to the development of a new generation of ultrasensitive and low-cost fluorescence sensors.
by University of Bristol
2:32pm
10.16.2017
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LCLS, the world’s first hard X-ray free-electron laser, is billions of times brighter than anything that came before, delivering bursts of X-rays on timescales...
by Mike Dunne, Ph.D, Director LCLS, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University
9:47am
10.13.2017
Soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder may benefit from talking to a virtual interviewer rather than an actual person.
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10:29am
10.12.2017
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Hand gestures have been suggested as an intuitive and easy way of interacting with and controlling smart devices in different surroundings.
by University Of Bristol
10:16am
10.12.2017
A ‘forgetful’ computer could result in a better computer.
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2:54pm
10.10.2017
Scientists plan to build a system that can respond to inquiries based on documents written in so-called "low resource" languages.
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2:46pm
10.10.2017
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General Motors (GM) announced it will add a new venture to its growing portfolio.
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9:19am
10.10.2017
Researchers directly observe infinitely long wavelengths for the first time.
by Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering And Applied Sciences
3:35pm
10.9.2017
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Researchers are turning to advanced techniques to better identify brain tumors.
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9:57am
10.6.2017
Though the tech is still in the prototype phase, it is applicable to a plethora of fields.
by Binghamton University
9:00am
10.6.2017
Holographic images of free-flowing air particles may help climate change and biological weapons watchdogs better monitor the atmosphere.
by Kansas State University
7:00am
10.6.2017
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