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A new study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research says geoengineering could decrease rainfall compared to pre-industrial periods.
A novel way of using LTE will see Google's phone download data at 60 megabits per second on Sprint's network.
Dimension Therapeutics wants to develop a lifetime fix for hemophilia using gene therapy.
An algorithm that assesses the quality of Wikipedia articles could reassure visitors and help focus editors on entries that need improving, say the computer scientists who developed it.
In five years, what new models of work and collaboration will we see?
America’s spy agency has been tapping links between global data centers of the Internet giants.
The way DNA strands contract when they come into contact with viruses could lead to cheap and simple pathogen detectors, say physicists.
The ability to distribute entangled particles is an enabling technology for a quantum internet. That may explain why Japanese telco NTT is so interested in mastering the technology.