Some radical rethinking will be needed to cut the excessive use of power in data centers, say computer scientists.
Vulnerability hunters increasingly rely on "fuzzing", a technique that tries to break programs with pseudo-random inputs.
The drug, developed by Osiris, was the closest to market.
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First photons, atoms and molecules. Now physicists want to create a quantum superposition of a virus, which will allow them to perform Schrodinger's Cat experiment for real.
A laser system generates underwater acoustic waves.
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A low-cost, multifunctional reading device could take the market by storm.
Rogue waves are more common than physicists thought and not just on the oceans.
There has never been a plasmonic device that can amplify and process information. Until now.