New algorithm generates custom neural networks to help solve some of science's most persistent mysteries.
Sheet music visualization brings colorful new look to familiar classics.
Supercomputers learn less-common languages to speed disaster relief to global communities.
Shelter dogs get the Hollywood treatment to make animal animations more realistic.
Identifying the role of transposable elements, AKA "junk DNA," may be key to precision treatments for cancer.
Penn State researcher models the impact of rivers on global carbon emissions.
Santa Claus isn't the only visitor coming down from the North Pole this year.
Duke researchers use smartphones to paint a clearer picture of multiple sclerosis.
A new app is changing the way music is taught and played in schools.
Citizen scientists play online game to speed results in Alzheimer's research.
Apr 08, 2018 - Apr 10, 2018 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
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