As an alternative to the intrusiveness of some wearable computers, researchers present a small tube you hold up to your eye.
A few carbon capture and sequestration projects are under way, but economics and politics are holding the technology back.
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Most of the information on Wikipedia comes from a tiny proportion of users. Now social scientists are collecting data in a similar way, allowing participants to design surveys as they contribute.
Can an aging corporation’s adventures in fundamental physics research open a new era of unimaginably powerful computers?
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Startup Alphabet Energy has its first product: what it says is the world’s largest thermoelectric generator.
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