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Scientists have found a way of creating AI without using a computer source. The technology can relay information at the speed of light and would be applied to smartphone security.
When faced with environmental adversity, factors such as how well a tree integrates into its forest community and the dominant nature of the species determines whether it can successfully...
To mark the 50th anniversary of the first time a human set foot on the moon, NASA has published some new pictures of the Apollo 11 mission.
67 book lists have been mined to compile the ultimate summer reading list.
Developed in 2003 by the UN, a game simulating the fictitious country Carana is helping organisations to build skills and test approaches to combat fragility, conflict, and violence.
The fashion industry has a huge impact on the environment. But as it begins to wake up to the issue, new materials and new opportunities are being created.
A new study of two fossils found in Greece shows that one of them is the oldest Homo sapiens specimen ever found outside Africa by more than 50,000 years.
Pulling out of Europe threatens the funding and international cooperation on which cutting-edge research depends.
Self-assembling materials can form patterns that might be useful in optical devices.
40 years after opening, Circus Roncalli in Germany has replaced animals in their shows with holograms, which are generated by a computer and projected into the ring, in a bid to tackle an...
As Earth-based supplies decrease, the heads of tech are turning away from our home planet and looking at space to fuel the future of industry.
New research shows it’s possible to store image files in solutions of common biological small molecules.
A camera just 2 centimeters in length has been created by Harvard scientists, revealing how light is reflected and transmitted by the world around us.
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