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Computer Science / Telecom - 28.11.2011
NSF radio showcases Eberly College of Science research podcasts
Three forums planned for students who wish to discuss recent events University prepares for Clery Act review President gives thanks for Penn State community's support A Message from President Rodney Erickson: Moving Forward Penn State Shenango to hold vigil for victims of child abuse Nov.

Computer Science / Telecom - Physics - 17.11.2011
More reliable and power efficient ferroelectric memories
A team documented what is called the nanoscale switching of a ferroelectric memory bit. Ferroelectric materials have the potential to replace some of the current memory technologies, and may offer greater storage and require less power to retain computer data. The researchers' findings could help bring about a significant change in computer memory technology and reduce its electrical power demands.

Life Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 07.11.2011
Paper uncovers power of Foldit gamers’ strategies
Researchers studying the nature of crowds playing Foldit called some strategies “shocking” in how well they mimicked some of the methods already used by protein scientists. Gamers made headlines in September for unraveling the structure of a protein central to research on AIDS. Today University of Washington researchers reveal the creative power of Foldit players' strategies and compare them to the best-known scientist-developed methods.

Computer Science / Telecom - Business / Economics - 03.11.2011
Computer scientists identify Yelp security leak
Computer scientists identify Yelp security leak
Weakness in social media site, exposing users' personal data, has been corrected Computer scientists at Harvard, Boston University, and Yale stumbled upon a privacy leak in the mobile version of the popular Yelp social networking review site ( m.yelp.com ) in late October.

Physics - Computer Science / Telecom - 02.11.2011
Solving Einstein’s theory
Solving Einstein’s theory
A team of University researchers will get their hands on some of Europe's fastest supercomputers in a bid to crack Einstein's theory of relativity and help describe what happens when two black holes collide. Experts in gravitational waves from the School of Physics and Astronomy have secured almost 16.7 million hours worth of supercomputer time to simulate and map the most violent events in the universe since the big bang - namely, collisions of black holes.

Computer Science / Telecom - Health - 01.11.2011
Could social media be used to detect disease outbreaks?
Could social media be used to detect disease outbreaks?
New research has looked at whether social media could be used to track an event or phenomenon, such as flu outbreaks and rainfall rates. The study by academics at the University of Bristol's Intelligent Systems Laboratory is published online in ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology .

Health - Computer Science / Telecom - 31.10.2011
Computer-based tool to improve diagnosis and prognosis for cancer patients
PA 336/11 A computer-based tool could help GPs to speed up the diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from two of the most common forms of cancer, potentially saving thousands of lives every year. Researchers at The University of Nottingham and ClinRisk Ltd have shown that the algorithm is successful in identifying those suffering with gastro-oesophageal cancer and lung cancer at an earlier stage by ‘red-flagging' potentially worrying combinations of symptoms and risk factors.

Computer Science / Telecom - Health - 27.10.2011
A simpler approach to diagnose heart disease
A simpler approach to diagnose heart disease
In clinical settings, simple 2D displays of human arteries have been shown more effective than traditional 3D rainbow models A team of computer scientists, physicists, and physicians at Harvard have developed a simple yet powerful method of visualizing human arteries that may result in more accurate diagnoses of atherosclerosis and heart disease.

Life Sciences - Computer Science / Telecom - 04.10.2011
MRI study finds that depression uncouples brain’s hate circuit
A new study using MRI scans, led by Professor Jianfeng Feng, from the University of Warwick's Department of Computer Science, has found that depression frequently seems to uncouple the brain's “Hate Circuit”. The study entitled “ Depression Uncouples Brain Hate Circuit ” is published today (Tuesday 4th October 2011) in the journal Molecular Psychiatry.

Computer Science / Telecom - 30.09.2011
Sexting driven by peer pressure
Both young men and women experience peer pressure to share sexual images via the new phenomenon of 'sexting', preliminary findings from a University of Melbourne study has found. 'Sexting' is the practice of sending and receiving sexual images on a mobile phone. The study is one of the first academic investigations into 'sexting' from a young person's perspective in Australia.

Health - Computer Science / Telecom - 29.09.2011
MIT: Computer science gives a boost to heart health
A new study shows that using computer science techniques to help determine risk of death in heart attack sufferers yields more accurate results. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the University of Michigan, Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School have developed a new tool that can more accurately determine risk of death in patients who have suffered a heart attack.

Computer Science / Telecom - Health - 28.09.2011
Study to investigate new treatment for lazy eye
Researchers are seeking children with amblyopia — also known as lazy eye — for a study investigating potential new treatments for the condition. The team from University of Notingham is looking for children (age 5-12 yrs), for research exploring whether computer-based visual tasks can help to improve vision in the weak eye.

Innovation / Technology - Computer Science / Telecom - 16.09.2011
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree - or does it?
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree - or does it?
Research has shown that contrary to what was thought from previous studies, spin-outs don't systematically set up shop near their parent companies. To stay or to leave, what's the best strategy? “I was really surprised, when doing this research, to find that 50% of spin-outs don't necessarily establish themselves near the parent company,” observes Christopher Tucci from EPFL.

Media - Computer Science / Telecom - 11.08.2011
University of Minnesota researchers reveal Wikipedia gender biases
University of Minnesota researchers reveal Wikipedia gender biases
Gender gap shows no sign of closing over the past five years MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (08/11/2011) —Computer science researchers in the University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering are leading a team that has confirmed a substantial gender gap among editors of Wikipedia and a corresponding gender-oriented disparity in the content.

Business / Economics - Computer Science / Telecom - 10.08.2011
Input/output: The Economics of Database Searching
Searching the internet might seem simple, but applying a little bit of economic theory to information retrieval can shed some light on the best search strategies to adopt, according to researchers. Leif Azzopardi from the School of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow took production theory from microeconomics and applied it to the process of searching the internet, or any other database system.

Physics - Computer Science / Telecom - 03.08.2011
Dramatic simplification paves the way for building a quantum computer
Dramatic simplification paves the way for building a quantum computer
An international research group has demonstrated a new technique that dramatically simplifies quantum circuits, bringing quantum computers closer to reality. Xiao-Qi Zhou and colleagues at the University of Bristol's Centre for Quantum Photonics and the University of Queensland, Australia, have shown that controlled operations ‘ ones that are implemented on the condition that a 'control bit' is in the state 1 - can be dramatically simplified compared to the standard approach.

Physics - Computer Science / Telecom - 03.08.2011
First observational test of the multiverse?
First observational test of the multiverse?
The theory that our universe is contained inside a bubble, and that multiple alternative universes exist inside their own bubbles ‘ making up the ‘multiverse' ' is, for the first time, being tested by physicists. Two research papers published in Physical Review Letters and Physical Review D are the first to detail how to search for signatures of other universes.

Computer Science / Telecom - Life Sciences - 12.07.2011
Engineers build a nanoscale device for brain-inspired computing
Engineers build a nanoscale device for brain-inspired computing
Researchers at the Stanford School of Engineering have delivered a nanoelectronic synapse that might drive a new class of microchips that can learn, adapt and make probability-based decisions in complex environments. Their work might one day lead to real-time brain simulators that enhance our understanding of neuroscience.

Health - Computer Science / Telecom - 07.07.2011
Chips hold the key to understanding the human brain
Chips hold the key to understanding the human brain
University of Manchester scientists have taken a key step towards producing a high-performance computer which aims to create working models of human brain functions. Chips based on ARM processor technology will be linked together to simulate the highly-complex workings of the brain, whose functionality derives from networks of billions of interacting, highly-connected neurons.

Health - Computer Science / Telecom - 01.07.2011
Health information technology poses no harm to nursing home residents
The federal government is pushing doctors and hospitals to convert to electronic medical records by 2015, touting reductions in costs, increased patient safety and greater efficiencies in the U.S. health care system. What's largely unknown is how the widespread adoption of computer technology affects the quality of medical care, particularly in nursing homes and other long-term care settings.

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