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    • AI is reinventing the way we invent

      Technology Review· 4 days ago

      Regina Barzilay’s office at MIT affords a clear view of the Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research. Amgen’s drug discovery group is a few blocks beyond that. Until recently, Barzilay, one ...

    • Press release archive: About NPG

      Nature· 4 hours ago

      Readers can now explore floor plans of unique houses in addition to historic advancements in science, technology and medicine. The Scientific American Supplement & Builders Archive Collection is now available to institutional customers at www

    • Evolution: 1913-1995

      U.S. Department of Commerce· 6 hours ago

      The following is an excerpted chapter from the 1988 book From Lighthouses to Laserbeams: A History of the US Department of Commerce, available to read in full online through the Commerce Research ...

    • Just 12% of inventors with a U.S. patent are women

      Market Watch· 4 days ago

      With limited resources, “We just don’t have the funding necessary to file like I would,” Levy said. New research suggests that Levy is one of many women innovating and inventing ...

    • For Once, Amazon Loses a Popularity Contest

      MSN News· 5 days ago

      Amazon’s surprise announcement on Thursday that it was canceling its planned expansion to a new corporate campus in New York was greeted with celebration ...

    • Orioles are thinking about using an 'opener'

      Major League Baseball· 6 days ago

      Since the Rays debuted "the opener" last May, no fewer than eight teams have helped transform the concept from a fad into a mini-movement. Consider the Orioles a candidate to dive in next. O's ...

    • The Peculiar Behavior of Morehouse's Comet

      Scientific American· 6 days ago

      Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.