Traceable consumer products and entertaining solutions are about to become part of our everyday lives, particularly in food packaging or, say, textiles and household appliances.
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed new kinds of encryption methods for improving the privacy protection of consumers to enable safer, more reliable and easier-to-use user authentication than current systems allow.
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed a mobile app and thumb-size device that help to prevent cerebral infarctions at an early stage, during asymptomatic atrial fibrillation.
An article describes a project to study prediction and avoidance of KSTAR plasma disruptions.
NJIT biology student Liem Ho '17 was awarded a 2016 Provost Summer Research Fellowship to create a service that connects patients with LGBTQ-friendly health care providers in New Jersey.
Even as the recent focus has been on how we will get to Mars, scientists at Florida Institute of Technology are working on what we will eat once we arrive.
A proposed upgrade to the Advanced Light Source -- which would provide new views of materials and chemistry at the nanoscale with X-ray beams up to 1,000 times brighter than possible now -- has cleared the first step in a Department of Energy approval process. The upgrade would enable new explorations of chemical reactions, battery performance, and biological processes.
The Hikari supercomputer launched at the Texas Advanced Computing Center is the first in the US powered by solar HVDC. Engineer predict its HVDC system will save 15 percent in energy compared to conventional systems. The collaboration partnered New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, NTT Facilities Inc. Japan, and the University of Texas at Austin. Hikari's successful proof of concept will support greater adoption of renewable energy and HVDC by data center industry.
Fermilab, the USA's major high energy physics laboratory, CoEPP, Australia's primary center for particle physics research and the University of Melbourne have forged a new research partnership.
If you live in one of the battleground states in this year's races for US Senate, you have probably been inundated with political ads, many of which talk about a candidate's willingness to toe the party line or vote across the aisle. Now, analyzing such claims for accuracy is about to get easier, thanks to a new website that lets visitors fact-check claims about congressional voting records against the data behind them.