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Fast computer control for molecular machines
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed a novel electric propulsion technology for nanorobots.
Researchers implement 3-qubit Grover search on a quantum computer
Searching large, unordered databases for a desired item is a time-consuming task for classical computers, but quantum computers are expected to perform these searches much more quickly.
Tech firms rush out patches for 'pervasive' computer flaw
Amid a frantic rush to patch a computer security flaw, experts struggled to determine the impact of a newly discovered vulnerability which could affect billions of devices worldwide.
Computer models provide new understanding of sickle cell disease
Computer models developed by Brown University mathematicians show new details of what happens inside a red blood cell affected by sickle cell disease.
Computer vision techniques highlight urban change
MIT researchers are using a computer vision system to quantify the physical improvement or deterioration of neighborhoods in five US cities.
Computer game helps kids make healthy food choices
Researchers at the University of Exeter have developed a new computer game that encourages children to make healthier food choices.
Playing computer games could lessen Parkinson’s effects
Computer games could help lessen the effects of Parkinson’s disease, according to research by British neuroscientists.
Scientists closer to creating 3D computer model of cell
The creation of 3D computer model of a human cell would be a monumental breakthrough for biological research and medical science.
Computer modeling for designing drug-delivery nanocarriers
A team of University of Pennsylvania researchers has developed a computer model that will aid in the design of nanocarriers, microscopic structures used to guide drugs to their targets in the body.
China builds world's most powerful computer
A new supercomputer from China has topped the latest list of the world's most powerful machines.
Why you’re smarter than a computer
Computers today are smart. Recently, they’ve mastered the art of one of the most difficult board games. They’ve proven themselves capable of reading human expressions well enough to pick a most smiled at ad out of the Super Bowl. And one clever bot recently scored 59 percent on its 8th grade science test — barely missing the mark for a passing grade.
Computer virus that blackmails you
Ransomware is the fastest growing form of computer malware, experts warn.

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