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Better Lithium Batteries to Get a Test Flight

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Energy & Environment | The batteries should last twice as long as comparably sized rivals. Read More

Last fall SolidEnergy showed a prototype that's half the size of an iPhone 6 battery but offers more battery life per charge.

AI’s Research Rut

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COMPUTING | When we think of AI as one particular thing, we drag the whole field down. Read More

AI’s Research Rut

How an Algorithm Learned to Identify Depressed Individuals by Studying Their Instagram Photos

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COMPUTING | Your mental health is reflected in the images you choose to post on social media, say researchers who have trained a machine to spot depression on Instagram. Read More

How an Algorithm Learned to Identify Depressed Individuals by Studying Their Instagram Photos

Meet the Lebanese Doctor Who is Behind the World’s First Successful Birth from Transplanted Uterus

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BIOMEDICINE | From Gothenburg, to Beirut: Akouri’s Journey Will Culminate in a Uterine Transplant Center in Lebanon Read More

Raising a Generation of Problem-Solvers in Lebanon

By Laurene Veale

COMPUTING | Lebanon has seen a surge of coding schools keen on graduating skilled developers. Read More

New Brain-Mapping Technique Captures Every Connection Between Neurons

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BIOMEDICINE | A new technique called MAP-seq uses RNA bar codes to quickly and cheaply chart connections between brain cells. Read More

New Brain-Mapping Technique Captures Every Connection Between Neurons

With SolarCity Cuts, Elon Musk’s Magic May Be Wearing Thin

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Energy & Environment | As demand for its rooftop solar panels slows, SolarCity cuts costs and seeks a fundamentally new strategy. Read More

With SolarCity Cuts, Elon Musk’s Magic May Be Wearing Thin

From Employment Platforms in Austria and Australia to Ethnic Meals in NYC

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BUSINESS | Three startups in three different continents are helping refugees find employment. Read More

Refugee cooking food. Credit to EatOff Beat

Intel and Microsoft Are Teaming Up to Make Virtual Reality Ubiquitous

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COMPUTING | A new headset design from Intel brings your hands into virtual spaces. Read More

Intel’s new Project Alloy virtual-reality headset has an integrated battery pack and computer, so it doesn’t need tethering to a PC.

These Engineering Tricks Are Helping Automakers Build Greener Cars

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Energy & Environment | To satisfy the U.S. love of trucks while reducing emissions, automakers are taking some unusual approaches. Read More

To satisfy the U.S. love of trucks while reducing emissions, automakers are taking some unusual approaches.

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