Will ultrasound-on-a-chip make medical imaging so cheap that anyone can do it?
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Scientists have discovered how to extract the template images that the human mind uses to recognise objects, such as balls, cars and people.
Google will face big challenges developing a nanotechnology-based test for cancer and other diseases.
The inventor of a breakthrough DNA test for Down syndrome says the technology can be used to screen people for cancer.
In the wake of cyberattacks on JPMorgan and other sophisticated companies, a computer security expert offers advice to those of us with far fewer resources.
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Sending entangled photons to opposite sides of the planet will require a small fleet of orbiting satellites, say physicists.
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A weird device uses 3-D sensors and a projector to reimagine how computers and humans interface with the physical world.