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Synthetic DNA Studied for Mass Data Storage

DNA illustration

An industry-academic consortium received a U.S. government contract to develop coded synthetic polymer chemicals like DNA for reliably storing massive amounts of data. . . . → Read More: Synthetic DNA Studied for Mass Data Storage

Algorithm-Designed Robots Made from Living Cells

Manufactured organism

A team of biologists and computer scientists created tiny robotic devices designed by computer models and made from frog embryo cells. . . . → Read More: Algorithm-Designed Robots Made from Living Cells

Infographic – High Momentum Start-Ups to Watch

Game Changers 2020

The list of 36 companies covers 12 technology categories, including many of the advances we feature at Science & Enterprise . . . → Read More: Infographic – High Momentum Start-Ups to Watch

Touch Sensor Developer Gains $12M in Early Funds

HaptX glove

A company making gloves that transmit a sense of touch in games and commercial robotics is raising $12 million in its first venture funding round. . . . → Read More: Touch Sensor Developer Gains $12M in Early Funds

Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Solid state neuron

Physicists and neuroscientists created semiconductors that in lab simulations and tests with animal models perform like nerve cells for biological functions. . . . → Read More: Semiconductors Developed to Emulate Nerve Cells

Infographic – China Remains Top U.S. Student Source

Chart: international students

China continues to provide the largest number of international students on American campuses, sending more than 369,000 of its citizens, an increase of almost 2 percent over the previous year. . . . → Read More: Infographic – China Remains Top U.S. Student Source

Medical Knowledge A.I. Company Raises Early $4.8M

Synthetic biology

A company developing a system with artificial intelligence to analyze medical literature for treatment insights is raising nearly $5 million in its first venture round. . . . → Read More: Medical Knowledge A.I. Company Raises Early $4.8M

Consortium Building Framework to Boost IoT Data Trust

Network graphic

A group of companies and not-for-profit organizations are creating an open-source matrix of technologies to build trust in distributed smart networked systems. . . . → Read More: Consortium Building Framework to Boost IoT Data Trust

Touch Senses Added to Synthetic Skin, Robot Arm

Skin-On Interface

Computer scientists in the U.K. and France created techniques for adding a refined sense of touch to highly sensitive artificial skin and an inexpensive robotic arm. . . . → Read More: Touch Senses Added to Synthetic Skin, Robot Arm

Infographic – Private R&D Outpacing Defense Contractors

Private sector and defense R&D

Our infographic this weekend offers a stark illustration of how private companies have surpassed defense contractors in R&D spending. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Private R&D Outpacing Defense Contractors