Femto-photography: one trillion frames per second

What is femto-photography? According to Ramesh Raskar, it’s “a new imaging technique so fast that it creates slow motion video of...
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Google takes on online MBA programs, MIT and the mainstream education system

Google, New York City, Cornell University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology join forces to form a school offering classes in computer...
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The last ROFLcon

Had I known it was going to be the last ROFLcon, I would have made it my first. Unfortunately for those...
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MIT develops “superhydrophobic” glass that repels fog, water, glare, and zombies

Leave it to the brains at MIT to improve something that most of us take for granted: glass. Their “Fog-free glass”...
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Making the internet more open… in education

Over the past few decades starting with the computer revolution and continuing through the digital age, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...
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Solar Virus

MIT makes solar-cell technology go viral. Literally.

Researchers at MIT have genetically modified a virus that helps carbon nanotubes self-assemble along solar cells to improve efficiency of electron...
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Alan Kay Notebook Guru Takes Scratch To Apple

He may have predicted that Apple’s iPad would ‘rule the world’, but the man who invented the notebook concept isn’t happy...
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