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Research focuses on creation of 4D mapping that takes into account the temporal as well as the spatial dimensions of the built environment.
Invention could help power the Internet of Things and allow for smart cities with always-on sensors
Photocopying has always ranked among the more tedious of office chores – and now it seems that some of the machines may have been working against us all along.
New research from the University of Illinois pitted an advance AI against children's IQ test
YouTube is set to announce within a few weeks a series of channels that will require payment, an industry source has revealed.
Teaching can be a rewarding career for graduates, says Glynis Kozma
The sprawling Tihar Jail in the west of Delhi, home to around 13,000 inmates, was once notorious across the region.
We have become so attached to Twitter and Facebook that a new service will allow us to carry on beyond the grave
Computer science is a vital, analytical discipline that encourages creativity. This subject, not ICT, is the future of education
The 'Culture' novels celebrate species who know how to enjoy themselves. The fun continues...
American firm's Sequoia machine designed to simulate nuclear bomb tests
The US has regained the crown for having the world's fastest super-computer thanks to a new machine so powerful that it can simulate nuclear bombs and power plant accidents – eliminating the need to conduct dangerous underground tests.
This is my third year performing at the Fringe and I’m serving up my second one-hour show, Can I Be Honest?
Far from depriving the UK of valuable talent, 'graduate migration' can offer many benefits, says Jessica Moore
They're building robots, they're making us immortal, they're hanging out with Stevie Wonder and getting off on fruit-fly porn. These are the visionary thinkers who can make our future bright, and these are the ties that bind them. But are they leading us all towards 'nerdocalypse'?
<i>Lunatic at Large</i>, found by the director's son-in-law, is to be filmed later this year