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The AI world agrees: we need more AI talent, especially with knowledge of other disciplines like physics, chemistry, history, and linguistics. MIT has heard the call, and it’s committing $1 billion to a new college of computing dedicated to AI and how to appl…
Having already been added to Mario 64 and New Super Mario Bros. Wii, it’s now time for Bowsette to venture off into the wilds of the latest Zelda. Read more...
"If everyone doesn†™t take the game so seriously we can have a lot more fun with it and do more," says Landfall's Petter Henriksson of the studio's penchant for weird physics in this in-depth chat....
The nuclear furnace at the center of solar system powers almost everything on earth. Photosynthesis, wind, and even fossil fuels (once decomposed living matter) all…
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) near Geneva, Switzerland is said to be the largest particle accelerator in the world. The accelerator occupies a tunnel 27 kilometers in circumference as deep as 175 mete…
The way that ordinary materials undergo a phase change, such as melting or freezing, has been studied in great detail. Now, a team of researchers has observed that when they trigger a phase change by using intense pulses of laser light, instead of by changing…
Move over Zelda - there's a new princess in town. Bowsette's seemingly unstoppable takeover of the internet continues today with a work-in-progress mod for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which replaces Link with Twitter's favourite turtle girl. As r…
A UK-wide research team, led by the University of St Andrews, has developed an innovative new way to optically image through tissue, which could allow for a more detailed understanding and diagnosis of the early stages of various diseases, including cancer.
Business Standard Prestigious Einstein Prize for Indian American professor Abhay Ashtekar Business Standard Over four decades after he began his scientific engagement with gravitational science, Professor Abhay Ashtekar is set to receive the prestigious Einst…
Scientists at TU Wien, the University of Innsbruck and the ÖAW have for the first time demonstrated a wave effect that can lead to measurement errors in the optical position estimation of objects. The work now published in Nature Physics could have consequenc…
New York’s empty storefronts are a dark omen for the future of cities.
The problem with American secondary education is not that students haven’t learned the “right skills,” as the Betsy Devoses of the world would have you believe.
Analysis of recruitment data strongly supports anecdotal evidence that the field struggles to retain women early in their careers.
Analysis of recruitment data strongly supports anecdotal evidence that the field struggles to retain women early in their careers.
VG247 Thanks to mods, Bowsette is playable in Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild VG247 You thought the Bowsette craze was over, but one modder has now added her into Breath of the Wild. Shown off in a YouTube video by Lynard Killer (who is presumably the cre…
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - Marshall University has been awarded a nearly $400,000 National Science Foundation grant to purchase a sophisticated microscope to be used in research and teaching. The university says in a news release the field emission scanning ele…
The average density of states in a disordered three-dimensional Weyl system is discussed in the case of a continuous distribution of random scattering. Our results clearly indicate that the average density of states does not vanish, reflecting the absence of …
Sarah Robey examines two books that together trace the birth and evolution of the nuclear age.
Sarah Robey examines two books that together trace the birth and evolution of the nuclear age.
From the thermometer’s invention onward, physicians have feared—incorrectly—that new technology would make their jobs obsolete -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com