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GPS doesn’t work indoors. Can a bat-like echolocation system take its place?
The process of making a famous problem in logic even harder reveals fascinating insights into the relationship between logic and language
Intel’s goal is to build chips that work more like the human brain. Now its engineers think they know how
Sudoku fanatics have long claimed that the smallest number of starting clues a puzzle can contain is 17. Now a year-long calculation proves there are no 16-clue puzzles.
Startup View, formerly called Soladigm, introduces a dynamic glass window that tints based on building light and temperature.
Ever wondered what fuel fires potatoes out of a cannon the fastest? The US Air Force now has the answer
A growing body of evidence suggests that the molecular machinery of life emits and absorb photons. Now one biologist has evidence that this light is a new form of cellular communication.