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Connecting the two could make it possible to perform complex calculations that are far beyond the power of conventional computers.
Models of the brain built from specially designed computer chips could reveal the secrets of our cerebrum.
A study of seven illnesses, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, identifies new candidate genes.
Superdense arrays of electrodes will bring scientists closer to an artificial retina that approximates normal vision.
Massively multicore processors will enable smarter computers that can infer our activities.
What will it take to put thousands of microprocessors in cell phones and laptops?
Researchers devise a new way to patch hardware like software, without slowing processors.
Flash memory is moving from iPods to desktops and laptops, providing a performance boost and the potential for instant boot-ups.
Software that finds and fixes hardware bugs could get chips to market faster and make them more secure.
Researchers have made ultrathin refrigerators for microprocessors.