Using pegs and pegboards made out of DNA and retrieving the data with a microscope -- a molecular version of the Lite-Brite toy – researchers have developed a way to store data for centuries at a density of 330 gigabits per square centimeter.
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and National Renewable Energy Laboratory have partnered with Chattanooga on the use of simulations to determine controls that would deliver energy efficiency while also optimizing drivers’ travel time, speed and safety.
As the connection between people, technology and process, intelligent virtual assistants overcome the limitations of rudimentary technologies in citizen engagement centers.
Residents of Louisiana can now have an electronic version of their COVID-19 vaccination records added to their LA Wallet, the state’s digital drivers’ license mobile application.
Researchers report major strides in improving the transfer of information in quantum systems, one of the main challenges in constructing viable quantum computers and networks.
GerryChain uses mathematical and computational models to generate a representative collection of maps that would meet legal voting rules and priorities for new districts.
The Navy wants to get a handle on energy consumption by analyzing data from infrastructure meters and building control systems.
A new white paper starts the discussion on what will be required to move from public-key to quantum-resistant encryption.
The Resilient and Intelligent Next-Generation Systems (RINGS) program seeks to advance the underlying technologies to guarantee worldwide availability, security and reliability of new networking systems.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for natural language processing technologies that will make it easier for the military to avoid the kind of cross-cultural problems that can come from misunderstanding local dialects and social practices.