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Art Thou Shakespeare?

Art Thou Shakespeare?

Theresa Steinmeyer December 25, 2013 1

Electrical engineer Amit Roy-Chowdhury has teamed up with art historian Conrad Rudolf to identify unknown portrait subjects

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Debunking Science: The Science of Cryopreservation

Debunking Science: The Science of Cryopreservation

Yigit Yorulmaz May 11, 2013 0

From Star Wars to Futurama, science fiction just would not be complete without cryopreserving a couple of heroes. Of course, the ability to freeze humans and revive them centuries later remains well out of

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Is Google Ruining Your Memory? The Science of Memory in the Digital Age

Is Google Ruining Your Memory? The Science of Memory in the Digital Age

Jared Milfred May 11, 2013 0

Google and other technologies that provide ubiquitous and instant access to information are not only changing what we remember — they are changing how we remember. At some point we must ask ourselves, are

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Tweezing out the SNARE Complex

Tweezing out the SNARE Complex

Christina de Fontnouvelle February 5, 2013 0

A novel single-molecule approach using "optical tweezers" provides new detail into the process of membrane fusion

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A Bat’s World

A Bat’s World

Achuta Raman February 5, 2013 2

Professor Roman Kuc studies bat echolocation to help build new sonar systems for robots

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Quantum Teleportation: A More Secure Information Processing Platform

Quantum Teleportation: A More Secure Information Processing Platform

Stephany Rhee February 3, 2013 0

Researchers have broken a distance record for quantum teleportation, a fast and secure communication technology

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Enriching Uranium

Enriching Uranium

Nolan Wilson December 21, 2012 0

Laser technology lights new paths to nuclear power by facilitating uranium enrichment

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This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

Theresa Oei November 10, 2012 0

Dr. Robert Gordon and Colin Thomas use microstructure analysis and other chemical techniques to place artifacts in rich historical context

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Curious? NASA Rover Curiosity Cruises onto Mars

Curious? NASA Rover Curiosity Cruises onto Mars

Katie Colford November 4, 2012 0

NASA's Curiosity rover is the largest vehicle ever sent to Mars, and now that it has landed, its scientific instruments will investigate the red planet's past and present environments

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Machine Morality: Computing Right and Wrong

Machine Morality: Computing Right and Wrong

Sherwin Yu May 10, 2012 0

Yale researcher Wendell Wallach considers the ethical, technical, and legal difficulties of creating machines that are capable of moral decision-making

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