An individual's unique brain response to images of a celebrity and a food could be used to create an ID procedure at high-security sites.
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Third European Union flagship will be similar in size and ambition to graphene and human brain initiatives
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Researchers at Harvard University are developing next-gen windows that utilize nanotechnology to transition between clear and cloudy with the flip of a switch. Ben Gruber reports.