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Microsoft Research’s theoretical mathematics program breaks the mold with research into a strategy to make quantum computing work.
Chips that change function on the fly will mean more versatile handhelds.
Electricity from waste heat is just one of the potential uses.
There may be enough natural gas on earth to meet our energy needs for thousands of years. The trick is to ferry it across continents without blowing up.
Carbon dioxide could make microchips smaller, faster and cleaner to build.
Tired of short-lived batteries? Methanol-powered micro fuel cells are racing toward market, promising up to 20 hours of cell-phone talk time.
New diagnostic devices could save an ER visit.
Better methods for finding a face in the crowd.
Faster chips require built-in optics.
Postage-stamp-sized chips analyze thousands of protein samples fast and cheap.