"RESEARCHERS" content on TweakTown - Page 1
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Microsoft to give $1bn of cloud services to nongovernment mediums
Microsoft responds to cloud critics, offering $1bn worth of services to nongovernmental organizations and researchers over three years.
Researchers have successfully grown vocal cords in a lab
Uh, so researchers have grown vocal cords... in a lab.
Astronauts heading to Mars will likely need a flexible spacesuit
Trying to launch a manned mission to Mars has a lot of obstacles, including the spacesuits humans would need.
Creating video games to help gamers actually lose weight?
Video games to help people... lose weight?!
Look out for the mice able to sniff out bombs and narcotics
Researchers in China develop mice capable of sniffing out drugs and bombs.
Developing robots able to 'interact with people naturally'
Robotics researchers are working on new technologies that increase interaction with humans.
The robot cheetah from MIT can now run and jump over objects
Check out this super cool cheetah robot!
Researchers interested in creating micro-robots, such as RoboBees
Researchers hope micro-robots have great potential.
Researchers claim finding love online is all to do with your name
Scientists claim that the sooner the first letter of your first name is in the alphabet, the more likely you are to find love online.
Twitter feeds may be used to predict heart disease
University researchers use Twitter to guage how likely you have to have heart issues.
Duke University creates first contracting human muscle in research lab
Researchers from Duke University create the first contracting human muscle grown in laboratory.
SS7 security flaw enables hackers to read your text messages
German researchers find out that some of our mobile signal towers are leaking information into all who wish to see it.
Study indicates addictive social media use linked to substance abuse
University of Albany say addictive social media use at greater risk of substance abuse problems.
Pentagon studying 'neuroprosthetics' to help recall lost memories
DARPA is working with two top universities to develop medical implants that could help aid in recovering lost memories.
Red October attacks also used Java exploit, according to researchers
Red October attacks also used Java exploits to spread, according to researchers.
Microsoft takes to the cloud in order to save on GPS chips' battery consumption
In order to save on GPS chips' battery consumption, Microsoft takes advantage of cloud computing.
Researchers design algorithms that could see lithium-ion batteries charge twice as quick as they do now
Researchers working on new algorithms that could see lithium-ion battery charging times reduced by h.
New camouflage face paint that 'resists intense heat from bombs'
Scientists invent a face paint which protects from heats up to 600*C for up to 15 seconds.
Microsoft to open New York research lab, hires 14 Yahoo Researchers to do so
Microsoft hires 14 Yahoo researchers, will be hired to kickstart new NYC research lab.
Carbon nanotube circuits could outsource their heat to a separate device
Carbon nanotubes can quickly dump heat out of a circuit into a substrate in order to keep electronic.