The free training classes have already begun from September 16 at the University of Washington, Seattle and has been co-hosted with the university’s eScience Institute.
The magic material has a promising future for next-gen electronics products and now with a new research it seems that the future is not that far away.
Quantum computing is taking baby steps to move out of the labs and into the real world and recent efforts by University of Bristol may pave the way.
A study funded by European Commission claims that Open Access to research publications is enabling better contribution towards efficient science.
Despite huge media coverage and adoption by top smartphone vendors, NFC hasn’t managed to garner much frontline adoption and now the software-only alternative may push it to its brinks.
Google has not only managed to close more than 2000 security bugs in Chromium browser and web apps but, also saved a great deal of money by crowdsourcing security flaw-finding.
Research that aims to provide self-sufficiency to robots isn’t new but, this project takes it to the next level by providing them intelligence for environmental exploration & monitoring.
Something that has the greatest possible speed in the universe, something that can’t be stopped – Light, it seems has been stopped in its steps.
Facebook launched its bug bounty program back in 2011 and in two years has paid out over $1 million to over 300 security researchers.
Researchers have developed ‘mathematical jigsaw puzzle’ to encrypt software and prevent anyone from reverse engineering the code and gaining access to the internals of the software.