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octopus acoustic voxels July 18, 2016
Columbia Engineering researchers use acoustic voxels to embed sound with data
News From the Field
computing graphic July 18, 2016
Researchers build a crawling robot from sea slug parts and a 3-D printed body
News From the Field
Rice University's Argos Network July 15, 2016
NSF leads federal effort to boost advanced wireless research
Press Release
Wireless research testbed at Rutgers University July 13, 2016
Learn about the future of wireless and the role of federal research investments
Media Advisory
computing graphic July 13, 2016
Greater privacy and security measures needed to protect patient info in mobile health tech
News From the Field
glowing reproduction of July 12, 2016
DNA origami lights up a microscopic glowing Van Gogh
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Shlomo Zilberstein July 12, 2016
Advancing self-driving car design, other shared human- and machine-controlled systems
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a lady and child sitting on a bench reading a book July 11, 2016
Social exchange app might help turn collaboration into currency
News From the Field
photo of the MuddyBot robot July 7, 2016
Recreating ancient vertebrate's first step on dry land
Press Release
privacy July 7, 2016
Statement from France Córdova in support of the National Privacy Research Strategy
Press Statement
doping-induced tunable wetting of graphene July 7, 2016
University of Illinois researchers demonstrate tunable wetting and adhesion of graphene
News From the Field
image of a person wearing a smartwatch July 6, 2016
Your smartwatch is giving away your ATM PIN
News From the Field
privacy assistant app July 6, 2016
It's automatic: CMU smartphone app manages your privacy preferences
News From the Field
a person wearing a smart watch July 6, 2016
Did your smart watch & fitness tracker just give away your PIN?
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chemistry graphic July 6, 2016
Chemical trail on Titan may be key to prebiotic conditions
News From the Field
Self-driving cars, such as this model, offer society both potential benefits and ethical questions. July 1, 2016
Researcher ethicist Q&A: 5 considerations for a transforming society
Discovery
Quinn smiles to indicate approval June 30, 2016
Grade-school students teach a robot to help themselves learn geometry
News From the Field
theoretical computer science June 29, 2016
Tackling intractable computing problems
Discovery
the privacy app on a smartphone June 28, 2016
Video privacy software lets you select what others can see
News From the Field
computing graphic June 27, 2016
New software improves ability to catalog bacterial pathogens
News From the Field
researchers map cancer progression June 27, 2016
Researchers develop method to map cancer progression
News From the Field
mobile maker center mockup June 22, 2016
Enabling the future of making
Press Release
virtual reality June 22, 2016
Majoring in making
Press Release
a nucleosome coiled in DNA June 21, 2016
Core proteins exert control over DNA function
News From the Field
Ken Forbus June 21, 2016
Making computers reason and learn by analogy
News From the Field
image of a red eye with technology background June 20, 2016
RedEye could let your phone see 24-7
News From the Field
output from the new June 20, 2016
New technique improves accuracy of computer vision technologies
News From the Field
microchip with 1,000 processor cores June 17, 2016
World's first 1,000-processor chip
News From the Field
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, assistant director for Education and Human Resources at the National Science Fou June 17, 2016
For 2016 Week of Making, highlighting connections between informal STEM environments and learning
Discovery
computing graphic June 15, 2016
New study highlights power of crowd to transmit news on Twitter
News From the Field
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