A new generation of electrodes is small and flexible enough to fit inside the heart or brain
Countries are beginning to develop cyberwarfare policies to protect their national interests, but defending oneself in the borderless Internet will prove problematic
Sony, Google, RSA and now Citigroup are just some of the prominent victims of cyber attacks as defenses at large organizations prove porous and attackers elude detection
Erez Lieberman Aiden is a talkative, witty fellow who will bend your ear on any number of intellectual topics. Just don’t ask him what he does.
A 24-hour evaluation will determine whether millions of people worldwide can connect to the new 128-digit Internet protocol address system
Companies and individuals have gobbled up nearly every Internet protocol address available
Communicating science is all about telling stories. A few days ago at the World Science Festival , a stellar panel of science journalists and writers sat down to discuss the ways in which the Web is shaping and changing how those stories are told...
Patent No. 7,893,89
A World Science Festival event, from N.Y.U.'s Eisner & Lubin Auditorium, Saturday, June 4, 7:45 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. ET
We all know how to get to Carnegie Hall: practice. The same holds true for a range of goals—from improving a golf swing to giving a good presentation.
Quantum mechanics is the most successful description of nature known to humans, yet it has many bizarre implications for our understanding of the world.
What constraints govern the physical process of computing? Is a minimum amount of energy required, for example, per logic step? There seems to be no minimum, but some other questions are open...