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Computing Archive

  • Transforming Clothes

    Computerized motors pulled the strings at a recent Paris fashion show, dramatically altering dresses on the runway.

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  • Shape-Shifting Rovers

    A new generation of robots will be able to take more risks exploring other worlds by changing their shape to suit the terrain.

  • A Bright Future for Spintronics

    A novel combination of magnetic and semiconductor materials could lead to optical and electronic devices that are faster and lower-powered.

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  • Databases That Learn

    A new generation of security software studies the way people normally access a database to identify hackers.

  • Reducing Roadkill

    Researchers in Montana have developed a radio sensor system to combat highway accidents involving wildlife.

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  • A Tiny Silicon Clock

    A new method for making the MEMs-based silicon clocks in electronic circuits could lead to smaller, cheaper devices.

  • Focusing in on Our Galaxy

    Two potential sites have been selected for a highly sensitive radio telescope that could help researchers explore dark energy, gravity waves, and extraterrestrial life.

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