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Whether on a laptop or supercomputer, scientists investigating neural networks now have access to an enhanced brain simulator thanks to a digital pan-European research infrastructure.
A non-destructive way to manipulate donor impurities in a silicon lattice with atomic precision may pave the way for the fabrication of solid-state qubits.
Experts weigh in on the forced disruption across Facebook’s platforms and how they affect our hyperconnectedness to social media.
A quantum tech start-up is building the world’s first scalable quantum computer in a race against key industry players.
Yearning for a book that looks, feels and smells like an ordinary book, but that you can also connect wirelessly to digital devices? Well, your wish may soon come true thanks to a Greek start-up backed by an EU-funded project.
Groundbreaking research into molecular construction has earned German chemist Benjamin List the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, making him the third EU-backed laureate this year.
Their pioneering work in complex physical systems has earned German climate modeller Klaus Hasselmann and Italian theoretical physicist Giorgio Parisi the prestigious Nobel Prize in Physics, which they share with US-based climatologist Syukuro Manabe.
Johnson & Johnson’s two-dose Ebola vaccine regimen produces a strong immune response in both children and adults, according to EU-funded researchers.
The most iconic doll in the world is trying to get girls more interested in space careers.
Researchers show us how a DNA polymer’s velocity changes as it moves through a nanosized hole, paving the way for better nanopore sensors.
First private, all-civilian team ever to orbit Earth marks major milestone in the history of crewed spaceflight.
Researchers studied over 10 000 Capsicum annuum pepper samples from gene banks worldwide to gain insight into the history of this common food.
Potty-training cows could reduce pollution resulting from their urine, new research shows.
The atmosphere of gas giant exoplanet TYC 8998-760-1 b is rich in carbon-13, according to EU-backed scientists.
The Ig Nobel Prizes are an annual celebration of the bizarre and the imaginative to stimulate people’s interest in science, medicine and technology.
According to a new study, when undergoing immunotherapy, cancer patients with human leukocyte antigen class I (HLA I) variants that bind to a wide range of peptides have worse survival rates.
Findings presented at world’s biggest gathering of heart specialists may surprise.
Scientists have found evidence of clay minerals in the red planet’s Gale crater that indicate the presence of water under conditions that can support life.
DNA analysis of soil samples in Denisova Cave in Russia suggests that Denisovans, Neanderthals and modern humans may have lived there at the same time.
Elephant trunks could lead to breakthroughs in robotics, claim scientists.
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