China now has more supercomputers among the world’s top 500 fastest machines than any other nation.
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Startup Nexar aims to profile bad drivers and warn you about them before you encounter them on the road.
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Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania seek approval for gene editing to fight cancer.
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