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Below: the story behind Xbox One's biggest little indie game
Dark Souls meets tilt shift photography in the latest project from respected Toronto developer Capybara Games – and it’s a big deal for Microsoft’s console In the early 1980s, two computer science students Michael Toy and Glenn Wichman released a program on to the University of California’s Unix (...)
[The Guardian]

Scientists explain the art of creating digital hurricanes
A team of scientists spends its days incorporating millions of atmospheric observations, sophisticated graphic tools and lines of computer code to create computer models simulating the weather and climate conditions responsible for (...)
[Science daily]

Revealing the nature of magnetic interactions in manganese oxide
A mathematical approach for studying local magnetic interactions has helped scientists understand the magnetic properties of a material with long-range magnetic order.
[Science daily]

Gigantic ultrafast spin currents
Scientists are proposing a new method for creating extremely strong spin currents. They are essential for spintronics, a technology that could replace today's electronics.
[Science daily]

A rallying call for microbiome science national data management in U.S.
Researchers call for the formation of a National Microbiome Data Center to efficiently manage the datasets accumulated globally. By integrating and harnessing all available microbiome data and metadata, researchers could conduct larger-scale comparative analyses in order to address global (...)
[Science daily]

Computing a secret, unbreakable key
What once took months by some of the world's leading scientists can now be done in seconds by undergraduate students thanks to new software, paving the way for fast, secure quantum communication. Researchers developed the first available software to evaluate the security of any protocol for (...)
[Science daily]

Has the age of quantum computing arrived?
It’s a mind-bending concept with the potential to change the world, and Canadian tech company D-Wave claims to have cracked the code Ever since Charles Babbage’s conceptual, unrealised Analytical Engine in the 1830s, computer science has been trying very hard to race ahead of its time. (...)
[The Guardian]

Complex inter-dependent data: Looking beyond conventional networks can lead to better predictions
New research suggests that current algorithms to represent networks have not truly considered the complex inter-dependencies in data, which can lead to erroneous analysis or predictions. Scientists have now developed a new algorithm that offers the promise of more precise network representation (...)
[Science daily]

Scientists create computational tool for greater understanding of metabolic network
Researchers present the first genome-scale reconstruction of the C. elegans metabolic network and show that scientists can use mathematical simulation to convert bacterial diet into C. elegans biomass.
[Science daily]

Scientists explain how the giant magnetoelectric effect occurs in bismuth ferrite
Electromagnetic effect allows to control magnetic polarization of a material by applying external electric field. Materials with such properties may be used to develop a new generation of ultra-energy efficient computer memory.
[Science daily]

Mini-robot perches like an insect
Miniature flying robot that can perch and take off could be used in search and rescue, scientists say.
[BBC News]

Mini-robot perches like an insect
Miniature flying robot that can perch and take off could be used in search and rescue, scientists say.
[BBC]

Large-scale technique to produce quantum dots
Scientists have demonstrated a method to produce significant amounts of semiconducting nanoparticles for light-emitting displays, sensors, solar panels and biomedical applications.
[Science daily]

Scientists create 'rewritable magnetic charge ice'
Scientists have developed a new material, called 'rewritable magnetic charge ice,' that permits an unprecedented degree of control over local magnetic fields and could pave the way for new computing technologies.
[Science daily]

Researchers develop new way to decode large amounts of biological data
In recent years, the amount of genomic data available to scientists has exploded. This trove of genetic information has created a problem: how can scientists quickly analyze all of this data. Now, researchers have developed an innovative computing technique that is both faster and more accurate (...)
[Science daily]

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