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Image with clouds and a blue sky on the right and an Excel spreadsheet on the left. The Sky Is No Limit: 13 Research Teams Compute in the Clouds
Released April 20, 2011
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computing graphic New Tool Makes Programs More Efficient Without Sacrificing Safety Functions
Released March 31, 2011
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multi-core voltage regulation Increasing Processor Efficiency by 'Shutting Off the Lights'
Released February 28, 2011
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computing graphic New Hardware Boosts Communication Speed on Multi-core Chips
Released January 31, 2011
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computing graphic Hardware, Software Advances Help Protect Operating Systems From Attack
Released January 26, 2011
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image of the unified device New Device May Revolutionize Computer Memory
Released January 20, 2011
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numbers with solution Carnegie Mellon Researchers Break Speed Barrier in Solving Important Class of Linear Systems
Released October 21, 2010
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Jeff Clune New MSU Research Sheds Light on How We Become Altruistic
Released September 21, 2010
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Illustration of small conditional RNAs and cellular machinery. These Cells Will Self-Destruct in Five ... Four ...
Released September 6, 2010
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illustration of small conditional RNAs Caltech Scientists Create New Process to 'Program' Cancer Cell Death
Released September 6, 2010
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Image showing equations and a dashed line. NSF Announces New Expeditions in Computing Awards
Released August 19, 2010
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computing graphic Data Mining Made Faster
Released July 22, 2010
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Artist's conception of the molecular robot moving on a track. Molecular Robots On the Rise
Released May 12, 2010
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a molecular nanorobot dubbed a spider Spiders at the Nanoscale: Molecules That Behave Like Robots
Released May 12, 2010
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Artists interpretation of a hacker using a smart phone to surveil someone or drain its battery Can Clever Hackers Target Smart Phones?
Released April 2, 2010
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An artist's conception of a row of intentional molecular defects in a sheet of graphene. A Tiny Defect That May Create Smaller, Faster Electronics
Released March 30, 2010
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computing graphic Conquering the Chaos in Modern, Multiprocessor Computers
Released March 10, 2010
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computing graphic Researchers Find Weakness in Common Digital Security System
Released March 3, 2010
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a low-power, sensor system Millimeter-scale, Energy-harvesting Sensor System Developed
Released February 8, 2010
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DNA origami Caltech Scientists Develop DNA Origami Nanoscale Breadboards for Carbon Nanotube Circuits
Released November 9, 2009
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device's nanobeam Caltech Scientists First to Trap Light and Sound Vibrations Together in Nanocrystal
Released October 23, 2009
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An artist's conception of a robotic bee, created as part of the Harvard RoboBees Project. Expeditions in Computing Continue to Break New Ground
Released October 6, 2009
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computing graphic Caltech and IBM Scientists Use Self-assembled DNA Scaffolding to Build Tiny Circuit Boards
Released August 17, 2009
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zipper optomechanical cavities Caltech Scientists Create Nanoscale Zipper Cavity That Responds to Single Photons of Light
Released June 4, 2009
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faucet Splash, Babble, Sploosh: Computer Algorithm Simulates the Sound of Water
Released June 1, 2009
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computing graphic New 167-processor Chip is Super-fast, Ultra Energy-efficient
Released April 21, 2009
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airplanes Carnegie Mellon Scientists Develop Method for Verifying Safety of Computer-controlled Devices
Released April 20, 2009
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computing graphic Caltech Scientists Control Complex Nucleation Processes Using DNA Origami Seeds
Released April 8, 2009
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Image of a video screen with journals and old books displayed behind a lock and key. Open Access to Scientific Papers May Not Guarantee Wide Dissemination
Released February 19, 2009
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computing graphic Chemists Create Two-armed Nanorobotic Device to Maneuver World's Tiniest Particles
Released February 15, 2009
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