A new simulation technique accelerates modeling to help us better understand complex molecular processes and facilitate rational drug design.
Using a computer model to plan electricity grids in developing countries, researcher Christina Dominguez traveled to Kenya to get an idea of how people live without electricity and what developments access to the power grid can trigger.
Researchers were able to detect a “needle” of highly fragile quantum information in a “haystack” of nuclei.
An intelligent material that learns by physically changing itself, similar to how the human brain works, could be the foundation of a completely new generation of computers.
Researchers create a quantum nanochip that is capable of producing stable, high-quality qubits and could open doors for powerful quantum computers.
Minimizing the variability between individual artificial synapses is a key step toward rolling them out for practical applications.
The waste chips of paint you strip off the walls might not be so useless afterall.
A new computing paradigm could help us to overcome a key performance bottleneck to improve our ability to query large data bases.
Researchers are developing algorithms and machine learning methods to further our understanding of the quantum state space.
Researchers integrate the elements needed for electronic filters into a single, self-assembling component.