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Nano-scale Data Storage Mimics Brain Cells to Boost Memory Power

Researchers have brought ultra-fast, nano-scale data storage within striking reach, using technology that mimics the human brain.

Why quantum dots are the next big display technology.

Why quantum dots are the next big display technology.

Researchers were able to identify Ebola’s viral family, Filoviruses, in fossils dating back millions of years ago.

A new study is helping to rewrite Ebola's family history. The research shows that filoviruses—a family to which Ebola and its similarly lethal relative, Marburg, belong—are at least million years old. Filoviruses likely existed in the Miocene Epoch.

The first embryonic stem (ES) cell trial for severe heart failure is launching now in Paris.

The first embryonic stem (ES) cell trial for severe heart failure is launching now in Paris. The long-awaited trial comes after much preclinical cell work on more than 350 rats, 50 immunodeficient mice and 32 non-human primates.

データを1000年保存するには「DNAを使うといい」ってどういうこと?

Researchers build a DNA hard drive capable of holding billions of gigabytes of data for over a million years.

Speeding up data storage by a thousand times with “spin current”

Speeding up data storage by a thousand times with “spin current”

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'See-Through' Armored Vehicle System: BAE Systems’ BattleView 360 digital mapping system lets the crew of a tank see through the metal confines. At its core, BattleView360 collects, displays, and tracks the positions of all surrounding features in 2- or 3D modes.

'See-Through' Armored Vehicle System: BAE Systems’ BattleView 360 digital mapping system lets the crew of a tank see through the metal confines. At its core, collects, displays, and tracks the positions of all surrounding features in or modes.

Cheap hydrogen fuel from the sun, without rare metals

Cheap hydrogen fuel from the sun, without rare metals

Raising cryptography’s standards

Most modern cryptographic schemes rely on computational complexity for their security. In principle, they can be cracked, but that would take a prohibitively long time, even with enormous computational resources.

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