Computer Sciences

Theoretical breakthrough could boost data storage

A trio of researchers that includes William Kuszmaul—a computer science Ph.D. student at MIT—has made a discovery that could lead to more efficient data storage and retrieval in computers.

Energy & Green Tech

Novel strategy proposed for all-climate zinc-ion batteries

In a study published in Advanced Energy Materials, researchers have constructed a hydrogel electrolyte formula by using ClO4- anions and polyacrylamide chains to anchor water molecules, while glucose molecules preferentially ...

Business

South Korea to build 'world's largest' chip center

South Korea said Wednesday it would build the world's largest chip center using $230 billion of private investment mostly from Samsung Electronics, as it seeks an edge in the global industry.

Hi Tech & Innovation

Real AI will need biology: Computers powered by human brain cells

The time has come to create a new kind of computer, say researchers from John Hopkins University together with Dr. Brett Kagan, chief scientist at Cortical Labs in Melbourne, who recently led development of the DishBrain ...

Business

Industrial clusters for deep decarbonization

Perhaps no sector of the global economy is in greater need of concerted efforts toward deep decarbonization than industry, which includes energy-intensive sectors such as chemicals, iron and steel, cement, and aluminum.

Computer Sciences

Novel tuning method for Spark SQL applications

Spark SQL is a Spark module for structured data processing. It has been widely deployed in industry but it is challenging to tune its performance.

Energy & Green Tech

The role of industrial clusters in advancing the energy transition

During COP26 in Scotland last year, the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Accenture and Electric Power Research Institute, launched the initiative Transitioning Industrial Clusters towards Net Zero in a bid to accelerate ...

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Cluster

A cluster is a small group or bunch of something.

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