Researchers from UCLA have developed a terahertz modulator that performs across a wide range of the terahertz band with very high efficiency and signal clarity, which could eventually lead to more advanced medical and security imaging systems. A UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science research team has developed a breakthrough broadband modulator […]
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- NASA has created a Modular Robotic Vehicle that can drive sideways and will eventually be autonomous.
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- SpaceX on Tuesday launched a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket carrying an uncrewed cargo spacecraft called Dragon on a flight from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to the International Space Station.
- CNNi talks to Amiko Kauderer, the girlfriend of U.S. astronaut, Scott Kelly, who is aboard the Intl. Space Station for a year, about their time apart.
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- Google is changing the way its search engine recommends websites on smartphones.
- California health authorities declare end to large measles outbreak that began at Disneyland
- Google to favor 'mobile-friendly' sites in search results displayed on smartphones
- Protesters in kayaks greet Arctic drill rig as it arrives in Washington state harbor
- A Japanese bullet train reached a speed of 366 mph during a test run this week, breaking the previous record of 361 mph set in 2003.
Windows 10 Universal Office Apps for Phones Coming This Month
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Mark Zuckerberg says Internet.org and net neutrality “can and must coexist,” despite a backlash against his organization, which aims to bring free internet access to the developing world. It can't, at least not from where users sit. The trouble started this week ...
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NASA releases First Sunlit Images of Dwarf Planet Ceres
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Google drives a tenth of news traffic? That's bull-doodie, to use the technical term
Comment Google has been forced to retract a claim that it only delivers 10 per cent of traffic to news websites after one of those cited – The Guardian – said the figure was "nonsense." The 10 per cent figure was supposed to act as a counter-argument to the ...
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- via SciTech DailyNew research from Yale University details how scientists used a novel chimeric virus (VSV-LASV-GPC) containing genes from both Lassa and VSV to target and completely destroyed brain cancer without adverse actions within or outside the brain. Brain tumors are notoriously difficult for most drugs to reach, but Yale researchers have found a promising but unlikely […]
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