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Neutron Scattering, Higgs amplitude mode, Higgs particle, quantum behavior, Quantum Physics, quasiparticles, Spintronics, Quantum Computing, Superconductors, antiferromagnet

Neutrons Detect Elusive Higgs Amplitude Mode in Quantum Material

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A team led by the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has used sophisticated neutron scattering techniques to detect an elusive quantum state known as the Higgs amplitude mode in a two-dimensional material.

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Missouri S&T Student Team Competes in Finals of IEEE Space Antenna Design Contest

A three-person team of Missouri S&T engineering students is headed to California to vie for top honors in an international competition to construct more reliable antennas used in space travel by small satellites. The student design contest, which begins Sunday in San Diego, is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional association. The Missouri University of Science and Technology team is one of six finalists, including university teams from Canada and Sweden.

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Preparing MBA Students for the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Age

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Someday soon, you might be managing, working with or even working for a robot. A core MBA class at Missouri University of Science and Technology prepares students for this distinct possibility, and teaches them how to coexist with their future artificial intelligence colleagues.

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Will Brain-Inspired Chips Make a Dent in Science’s Big Data Problems?

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Although neuromorphic computing is still in its infancy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) researchers hope that these tiny, low-power, brain-inspired computing systems could one day help alleviate some of science’s big data challenges. With funding from the Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) program, two groups of researchers are exploring how science might benefit from this new technology.

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GPU-accelerated code, GPUs, graphics processing unit, high-performance computing , Programming, Workshop, Big Data, Computational Science, OpenACC

Brookhaven Lab Hosts "Brookathon," a Five-Day GPU Hackathon

Teams of researchers, students, and software developers recently came together for a hands-on programming workshop to accelerate their scientific applications on computing devices called graphics processing units (GPUs).

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Digital Communication Improves Young Patient Engagement, According to New Study

Using texts, emails, Skype and other digital communication methods can improve the health care experience of younger patients.

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3-D Printed Models Could Improve Patient Outcomes in Heart Valve Replacements

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Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology and the Piedmont Heart Institute are using new 3-D printing technologies to create heart valve models that mimic the look and feel of the real valves. Their aim is to improve the success rate of transcatheter aortic valve replacements (TAVR) by picking the right prosthetic and avoiding a common complication known as paravalvular leakage.

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UW-Madison Researchers Tackle Bias in Algorithms

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If you’ve ever applied for a loan or checked your credit score, algorithms have played a role in your life. You might assume that computers remove human bias from decision-making, but research has shown that is not true. UW-Madison researchers have created a tool to combat the problem.

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DHS S&T Awards $206K to Carnegie Mellon University for Development of Data Platforms for Analyzing Cyberattacks

DHS S&T has awarded Carnegie Mellon University $206,062 to develop data and analysis platforms that cybersecurity researchers can use to understand and counter cyberattacks.

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Emerging Technologies, Emerging Technology, Security, EEG, Brain Machine Interface, Cybersecurity, Password Security, Password, Brainwaves, Hacking

Study Finds Hackers Could Use Brainwaves to Steal Passwords

Research suggests EEG headsets, growing in popularity among consumers, need better security.







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