The world's first quantum memory that stores the shape and structure of single photons has been built in a Chinese lab
An International Energy Agency report says investments in oil technology will lead to a worldwide supply boom.
Making it easier for people to rent their own cars could lead to growth in car sharing.
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Thinking about cancer as an ecosystem is giving biologists access to a new armoury of mathematical tools for tackling it, such as evolutionary game theory
Analyzing the footage from camera pills is a time-consuming task for medical professionals. Now computer scientists are attempting to automate the process.
The same researchers previously mapped racist Tweets about President Obama. In both cases there's reason to be a little skeptical.
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We've hit 400 ppm of carbon dioxide, but we won't know what that means for decades.
Researchers attach "viral hitmen" to surfaces to demonstrate a possible antibacterial defense for catheters and other medical devices.