If background levels of neutron radiation can explain errors in computer memory, then it should also explain errors in DNA replication.
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A startup has developed a contraceptive chip that could be deactivated and reactivated using a wireless remote.
One documentary filmmaker believes an immersive experience will make a more lasting impression on audiences.
A Boston-based startup is helping companies track their employees around the office using wireless sensor beacons, to improve collaboration.
Humans need better ways to interact with computers in three dimensions. Now computer scientists think they've come up with one.
Outrage over Facebook’s “emotional contagion” experiment shows a general misunderstanding of what Facebook is and how it works.
Software could prevent sensitive medical data from being inadvertently shared as health records get passed around.
The first application of a novel water-repellent material from Harvard could be low-energy freezers.
Social capitalists on Twitter are inadvertently ruining the network for ordinary users, say network scientists.