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04.04.17
Graphene sieves are a cheaper way of making saltwater drinkable
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Graphene sieves are a cheaper way of making saltwater drinkable

They could lead to a more effective and less energy-intensive desalination process.

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09.29.12
Alt-week 9.29.12: 3D pictures of the moon, 4D clocks and laser-controlled worms
09.29.12

Alt-week 9.29.12: 3D pictures of the moon, 4D clocks and laser-controlled worms

Alt-week peels back the covers on some of the more curious sci-tech stories from the last seven day...

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08.07.12
Radio astronomy pioneer Sir Bernard Lovell dies at 98
08.07.12

Radio astronomy pioneer Sir Bernard Lovell dies at 98

Astronomy just lost one of its vanguards, as Sir Bernard Lovell has died at 98. The UK-born scient...

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Uncovering the intersection of art and technology - Nov 16, 2017
Join artists, technologists, creators and entertainers.
07.10.12
Graphene heals itself, powers our dreams and nightmares
07.10.12

Graphene heals itself, powers our dreams and nightmares

Slowly, but surely graphene is pushing our technological hopes, dreams and, yes, nightmares toward...

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07.11.11
British researchers design a million-chip neural network 1/100 as complex as your brain
07.11.11

British researchers design a million-chip neural network 1/100 as complex as your brain

If you want some idea of the complexity of the human brain, consider this: a group of British univer...

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12.25.10
Hedge fund using Twitter to predict stock prices, OK Cupid to meet girls
12.25.10

Hedge fund using Twitter to predict stock prices, OK Cupid to meet girls

For some reason, we weren't surprised when Derwent Capital Markets announced plans to launch a hedg...

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