Scientists found a way to encode and decode images, not with microchips but with small molecules, and it worked with a 98-percent accuracy.
Japan’s next-generation supercomputer “Fugaku” will be put into use from around 2021 and will replace the current K supercomputer.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that its plan to deliver the world’s most powerful computer in 2021.
Scientists from Australia and Singapore have created a quantum device capable of representing all possible futures in a simultaneous quantum superposition.
The Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) launched Wednesday an advanced center for three-dimensional (3D) printing of cells, tissues and organs.
Computer scientists at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), University of California, Davis (UC Davis), and Maynooth University in Ireland have designed DNA molecules that can self-assemble into patterns essentially by running their own program.
Stanford scientists devised a way to generate hydrogen fuel from seawater using solar power, showing a new possibility to produce the clean energy that emit no carbon dioxide.
The University of Edinburgh in Scotland, Britain, won funding of 104 million U.S. dollars to build a super computer capable of processing 10,000 trillion calculations every second.
Canadian scientists developed a kind of magnetic “tweezers” that can precisely bring minuscule bead robot into live human cancer cell, pointing to a new option for diagnosing and killing cancer.
Researchers have developed a type of flexible solar cell with high efficiency, according to China Science Daily.