Content Tagged: research
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Nokia smash! More like Nokia no smash. The Finnish company just received a $1.35 billion grant to develop graphene. What the heck is graphene? It's simultaneously the world's strongest material and th...
Posted: 2/1/2013 12:36:21 PM
We're one step closer to seeing bendable phones hit the market. A group of scientists led by Professor Lee Sang-young of South Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Technology announced that they've s...
Posted: 1/16/2013 4:26:10 PM
New technology from Plastic Logic, Intel and researchers from Queen's University in Ontario is placing a high-tech spin on old-school paper, and in the process they're giving a whole new meaning to ju...
Posted: 1/7/2013 9:45:35 AM
Scientists in England can now see through walls--kind of. Researchers have created a luggage-sized device that can detect human activity behind a one-foot thick brick wall based on Wi-Fi signal frequencies that ricochet as people move around..
Posted: 8/22/2012 11:57:54 AM
The march toward a future with robotic cars continues today as Ford begins rolling out a test fleet of vehicles equipped with car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure communication technologies.
Posted: 8/7/2012 1:19:33 PM
If you find yourself nodding off at work because you have trouble sleeping at night, you're not alone. Nearly two-thirds of Americans claim they don't get enough sleep, according to a National Sle...
Posted: 8/7/2012 12:40:21 PM
We all know the feeling. You're sitting on the bus, in a work meeting, or at your least favorite cousin's wedding and the movie you're trying to stream on your smartphone won't stop stuttering.
Posted: 2/6/2012 12:41:45 PM
After beating human contestants on Jeopardy!, IBM's Watson computer is on to bigger and better things. The next challenge on this super computer's agenda is certainly a bigger fish to fry: the healthcare industry..
Posted: 2/17/2011 2:37:24 PM
Up until now, energy could only be derived from power plants and batteries. Thanks to work by Fujitsu Laboratories, replacement batteries and other costly power sources could someday be a thing of the past.
Posted: 2/13/2011 4:00:53 PM
Dr. Moran Cerf and fellow researchers have developed a database of different neural responses by showing a variety of images to epilepsy patients with electrodes implanted in their brain.
Posted: 1/30/2011 1:00:50 PM