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final international meeting for mercury control

Reduce mercury Reveal ways to levels on eve of final international meeting for...

Fish and different species, for example, polar bears, can be hurt by mercury introduction. Once went into the natural pecking order, this introduction hurts...
artificial muscle

Nanoelectronic devices and power micro to Polymer film could be used in artificial...

Such movies could go about as either actuators (a kind of engine) or generators. As an actuator, the material can be shockingly ground-breaking: The...
uncovers surprising phenomena

Where biology meets fluid mechanics researcher uncovers surprising phenomena

Liquid mechanics has turned into a characterizing component of Stocker's work as a partner educator of common and ecological building at MIT. Yet, he...
captures cancer cells

Blood samples could enable better patient monitoring rapidly and efficiently captures cancer cells

This sort of gadget could likewise empower customized medications: Once cells are separated from a patient, specialists could test distinctive medications on them to...
lithium-ion batteries

Vulnerabilities and ways to improve the safety of lithium-ion batteries

Presently he and MIT postdoc and MIT Battery Consortium co-executive Elham Sahraei have examined the flexibility of tube shaped lithium-particle batteries like those used...
connections between neurons and Calcium reveals

connections between neurons and Calcium reveals

To defeat this, the MIT-drove group made a calcium-imaging framework that can be focused to particular cell composes, utilizing a kind of green fluorescent...
studies of brain wiring

New design technique could enable personalized medicine, studies of brain wiring

Cerebrum tissue incorporates numerous kinds of neurons, including inhibitory and excitatory neurons, and in addition strong cells, for example, glial cells. These cells happen...
quantum-computing paper

quantum-computing paper Google experiments suggest that the D-Wave computer exploits quantum phenomena

Scott Aaronson, a partner educator of electrical building and software engineering at MIT, has been following the D-Wave story for a considerable length of...
network communication

better algorithms for network communication better when Exploring networks efficiently Analysis

That hypothesis gets new help from a hypothetical paper that scientists from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory will exhibit at the Association...
Democratizing databases

Democratizing databases any competent spreadsheet user can construct custom database interfaces.

New software from researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory could make databases much easier for laypeople to work with. The program’s...