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The future of electronics could be silver nanowire e-DNA

Dec 07, 2016 03:49 pm

As electronics is pushed to their current physical limits, a team of Russian and Israeli researchers are turning to nature to create nanowires from DNA molecules and silver nanoparticles.

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Promoting good work life balance? Here’s what you should offer

Dec 07, 2016 03:02 pm

A good work life balance is important for employees. It keeps them happy, it makes them more productive and they are more likely to stay with a company. But for companies who think simply offering flexible hours takes care of that, they’re in for a shock.

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What is the future of video technology?

Dec 07, 2016 02:47 pm

Irish researchers at the forefront of video research tell us that the future of video is high-resolution, searchable and immersive.

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BT’s Hubertus von Roenne: Security in IoT often comes too late

Dec 07, 2016 02:40 pm

BT’s VP of global industry practices, Hubertus von Roenne, believes that companies are often reacting to IoT security challenges after the fact, and this is a fundamental problem.

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EU reveals dozen tasked with sorting future science funding

Dec 07, 2016 11:51 am

A new group that will formulate a vision for future EU research and innovation has been revealed, with SFI set to play a prominent role.

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YouTube star PewDiePie is making more money than ever before

Dec 07, 2016 11:36 am

The new ranking from Forbes of the wealthiest YouTube stars shows that they are making more than ever. PewDiePie is doing particularly well, raking in $15m in 2016.

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Adele and Conor McGregor star in top trending videos of 2016

Dec 07, 2016 11:21 am

YouTube has revealed the top trending videos of 2016, with singers, fighters, actors and athletes featuring high on the list.

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IoT a ‘game-changer’ for securing US borders under Donald Trump

Dec 07, 2016 11:00 am

With Donald Trump waiting in the wings as US president-elect, Dr Bob Griffin of the US Department of Homeland Security believes IoT will be a game-changer for securing the country’s borders.

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Who determined how fast the speed of light was?

Dec 07, 2016 10:29 am

The latest Google Doodle to commemorate a major breakthrough in science harks back to 1676, when Danish astronomer Ole Rømer demonstrated that light had a finite speed.

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25 superb SaaS and data start-ups to watch in 2017

Dec 07, 2016 09:00 am

As part of our Europe Start-up 100 listing of companies to watch in 2017, here are 25 of the most superb SaaS and data-oriented start-ups.

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