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  • Google trains chips to design themselves - Peter Grad (3601 bytes) (2020-04-08)
  • New electrically activated material could improve braille readers - American Chemical Society (3770 bytes) (2020-04-08)
  • To tune up your quantum computer, better call an AI mechanic - National Institute of Standards and Tech (4846 bytes) (2020-04-08)
  • Revolutionary light-emitting silicon - Eindhoven University of Technology (5220 bytes) (2020-04-08)
  • Putting hardware accelerators to work with automatic code translation - University of Michigan (4429 bytes) (2020-03-31)
  • Neural networks facilitate optimization in the search for new materials - David L. Chandler (7185 bytes) (2020-03-31)
  • Novel error-correction scheme developed for quantum computers - University of Sydney (4918 bytes) (2020-03-25)
  • Chip-based devices improve practicality of quantum-secured communication - The Optical Society (3770 bytes) (2020-03-20)
  • Novel method for easier scaling of quantum devices - Rob Matheson (7642 bytes) (2020-03-18)
  • Magnet-controlled bioelectronic implant could relieve pain - Rice University (3153 bytes) (2020-03-16)
  • Design of inorganic materials for brain-like computing - Texas A&M University (10079 bytes) (2020-03-16)
  • A filter for cleaner qubits - Rice University (6079 bytes) (2020-03-09)
  • New artificial intelligence algorithm better predicts corn yield - University of Illinois College of Agricu (3248 bytes) (2020-02-21)
  • DNA-like material could bring even smaller transistors - Purdue University (4511 bytes) (2020-02-14)
  • Artificial atoms create stable qubits for quantum computing - University of New South Wales (6970 bytes) (2020-02-14)
  • Living robots built using frog cells - University of Vermont (9126 bytes) (2020-02-14)
  • Microchip capability expanded ewith new 3D inductor technology - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champai (3565 bytes) (2020-02-11)
  • What a pair! Coupled quantum dots may offer a new way to store quantum informati - National Institute of Standards and Tech (4155 bytes) (2020-02-11)
  • Engineers mix and match materials to make new stretchy electronics - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (7405 bytes) (2020-02-08)
  • Decrappifying brain images with deep learning - Aaron Dubrow, University of Texas at Aus (14336 bytes) (2020-01-15)
  • Performance benchmark for quantum computers - DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory (5768 bytes) (2020-01-15)
  • In leap for quantum computing, silicon quantum bits establish a long-distance re - Princeton University (6585 bytes) (2020-01-15)
  • Tool predicts how fast code will run on a chip - Rob Matheson (5947 bytes) (2020-01-09)
  • Storing data in everyday objects - ETH Zurich (5184 bytes) (2020-01-06)
  • Transistors can now both process and store information - Purdue University (3765 bytes) (2020-01-06)
  • Reorganizing a computer chip: Transistors can now both process and store informa - Purdue University (3765 bytes) (2019-12-23)
  • Advances in the characterization of high dynamic range images - Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Barcelona (2499 bytes) (2019-12-23)
  • Efficient methods to simulate how electromagnetic waves interact with devices - Southern Methodist University (4643 bytes) (2019-12-23)
  • Your zip software can calculate the complex physical quantity called entropy - American Friends of Tel Aviv University (3217 bytes) (2019-12-15)
  • Storing data in everyday objects - ETH Zurich (5184 bytes) (2019-12-15)
  • Milestone in quantum standardization - University of Waterloo (4458 bytes) (2019-12-05)
  • Using artificial intelligence to determine whether immunotherapy is working - Case Western Reserve University (5260 bytes) (2019-12-05)
  • A robot and software make it easier to create advanced materials - Rutgers University (2074 bytes) (2019-12-05)
  • Toward more efficient computing, with magnetic waves - Rutgers University (2074 bytes) (2019-12-05)
  • How to design and control robots with stretchy, flexible bodies - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (4188 bytes) (2019-11-25)
  • Achieving quantum supremacy - UC Santa Barbara (6018 bytes) (2019-11-17)
  • 2D antimony holds promise for post-silicon electronics - University of Texas at Austin (2726 bytes) (2019-11-05)
  • Mimicking bodyp~ps circulatory AC could keep airplanes, cars and computers coole - Drexel University (5268 bytes) (2019-11-05)
  • Quantum chip 1,000 times smaller than current setups - Nanyang Technological University (4749 bytes) (2019-11-05)
  • Electrifying science: New study describes conduction through proteins - Arizona State University (6944 bytes) (2019-11-05)
  • Big data technique reveals previously unknown capabilities of common materials - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (3443 bytes) (2019-10-21)

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