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  • Quadruped robot exhibits spontaneous changes in step with speed - Tohoku University (1816 bytes) (2017-03-23)
  • Security for multirobot systems - Larry Hardesty (7099 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Transparent silver: Tarnish-proof films for flexible displays, touch screens - University of Michigan (4991 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Sonic cyber attack shows security holes in ubiquitous sensors - University of Michigan (4422 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Electro-optical switch transmits data at record-low temperatures - The Optical Society (4860 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Research teaches machines to decipher the dawn chorus - Engineering and Physical Sciences Resear (4227 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Liquid fuel for future computers - ETH Zurich (3982 bytes) (2017-03-21)
  • Researchers flip magnetic memory cell with light pulse at record speed - University of Minnesota College of Scien (5417 bytes) (2017-03-14)
  • Creation of highly magnetic material could improve computer technologies - University of Bristol (1712 bytes) (2017-03-14)
  • Simultaneous detection of multiple spin states in a single quantum dot - Osaka University (3319 bytes) (2017-03-14)
  • Technique proposed for measuring weak or nonexistent magnetic fields - University of Iowa (4289 bytes) (2017-03-10)
  • Putting data in the hands of doctors - Meg Murphy (6968 bytes) (2017-03-09)
  • Counting microbes on a smartphone - A*STAR (3213 bytes) (2017-03-08)
  • Virtual reality training for p~psafety-criticalp~p jobs - University of Exeter (2578 bytes) (2017-03-07)
  • Aging faces could increase security risks - Michigan State University (3315 bytes) (2017-03-07)
  • Can math help explain our bodies -- and our diseases? - University of Michigan (5738 bytes) (2017-03-07)
  • Robots are just as plagued by security vulnerabilities as IoT devices - Lucian Constantin (6318 bytes) (2017-03-02)
  • IoT Risks Are Worrisome, with Hacked Toys and Privacy in Harmp~ps Way - Jef Cozza (2904 bytes) (2017-03-02)
  • Who can find the fish that makes the best sound? - Vienna University of Technology (3131 bytes) (2017-03-01)
  • How to defend against quantum computing attacks - WSU (3466 bytes) (2017-03-01)
  • Tracking the movement of cyborg cockroaches - North Carolina State University (4135 bytes) (2017-02-28)
  • Desks join the internet of things - Texas A&M University (2684 bytes) (2017-02-24)
  • Computing with biochemical circuits made easy - California Institute of Technology (6146 bytes) (2017-02-24)
  • Device Will Rapidly, Accurately and Inexpensively Detect Zika Virus at Airports - Florida Atlantic University (4856 bytes) (2017-02-23)
  • Scientists develop new high-precision method for analysing and comparing functio - Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (3542 bytes) (2017-02-22)
  • DNA computer brings p~pintelligent drugsp~p a step closer - Eindhoven University of Technology (3154 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • Real-time MRI analysis powered by supercomputers - University of Texas at Austin (5130 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • Efficient power converter for internet of things - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (4747 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • Liquid metal nano printing set to revolutionize electronics - RMIT University (2336 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • Alien particles from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on personal electr - Vanderbilt University (8841 bytes) (2017-02-21)
  • p~~pbrain scansp~~p of artificial intelligence processes - Mark Frauenfelder (1453 bytes) (2017-02-20)
  • Sensors embedded in sports equipment could provide real-time analytics to your s - University of Illinois College of Engine (3737 bytes) (2017-02-17)
  • A new spin on electronics - Technical University of Munich (3623 bytes) (2017-02-16)
  • Voice control everywhere: Chip could make it ubiquitous in electronics - Anantha (6740 bytes) (2017-02-14)
  • New study of ferroelectrics offers roadmap to multivalued logic for neuromorphic - DOE/Argonne National Laboratory (3282 bytes) (2017-02-13)
  • Deep-learning algorithm matches dermatologists’ ability to identify skin cancer - Matt Young (9388 bytes) (2017-02-13)
  • Protecting bulk power systems from hackers - Salk Institute (4621 bytes) (2017-02-10)
  • Taming complexity - ETH Zurich (3789 bytes) (2017-02-10)
  • RIT professor receives grant to design security measures for deeply-embedded com - Rochester Institute of Technology (2886 bytes) (2017-02-10)
  • Controlling a prosthesis with your brain - Association of Academic Physiatrists (AA (4271 bytes) (2017-02-09)
  • Refined method offers new piece in the cancer puzzle - University of Gothenburg (3147 bytes) (2017-02-09)

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