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    No more blackouts?

    Original @ MIT News – Energy New framework guarantees stability of microgrids that supply local power in developing countries. [...]

    New architecture could prove essential for high-performance quantum photonic circuits

    Original @ Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their collaborators have taken a new step forward in the quest to build quantum photonic circuits—chip-based devices that rely on the quantum properties of light to process and communicate information rapidly and securely. [...]

    Faculty additions and promotions at the School of Architecture and Planning

    Original @ MIT News – Architecture Five join the SA+P faculty, while 10 are recognized for work in art, architecture, urbanism, and design. [...]

    Research for global needs, present and future

    Original @ MIT News – Civil and environmental engineering New Research Reception gives alumni and the community an inside look at research and initiatives in Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. [...]

    Strong current of energy runs through MIT

    Original @ MIT News – Energy Research, education, and student activities help create a robust community focused on fueling the world’s future. [...]

    New magnetism-control method could lead to ultrafast, energy-efficient computer memory

    Original @ KurzweilAI » News Researchers at UC Berkeley and UC Riverside have developed an ultrafast new method for electrically controlling magnetism in certain metals — a breakthrough that could lead to more energy-efficient computer memory and processing technologies. “The development of a non-volatile memory that is as fast as charge-based random-access memories could dramatically improve performance and energy efficiency [...] [...]

    Here’s How to Get to Conscious Machines, Neuroscientists Say

    Original @ Singularity Hub “We cannot be conscious of what we are not conscious of.” – Julian Jaynes, The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind Unlike the director leads you to believe, the protagonist of Ex Machina, Andrew Garland’s 2015 masterpiece, isn’t Caleb, a young programmer tasked with evaluating machine consciousness. Rather, it’s his target […] [...]

    Mars city living: Designing for the Red Planet

    Original @ MIT News – Architecture A multidisciplinary team of MIT students and postdocs wins an international competition focused on building sustainably on Mars. [...]

    Exploiting reversible solubility allows for direct, optical patterning of unprecedentedly small features.

    Original @ Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories To build better solar cells, scientists need to design materials from the bottom up, placing chains of molecules just where they are needed. Scientists devised a new way to grow neatly arranged, densely packed bundles of molecular chains, specifically … [...]

    Innovative MIT projects at the Seoul Biennale

    Original @ MIT News – Civil and environmental engineering Projects by School of Architecture and Planning faculty, researchers, and alumni explore the exhibition’s theme of “Imminent Commons.” [...]