US scientists find potential therapy for Ebola virus infection
Scientists from SRI International and Collaborations Pharmaceuticals in the US have identified a potential new inhibitor, tilorone dihydrochloride, for infection by Ebola virus.
New technology allows robots to visualize their own future
UC Berkeley researchers have developed a robotic learning technology that enables robots to imagine the future of their actions so they can figure out how to manipulate objects they have never encountered before.
US is losing ground on technology superiority
A long-held military maxim is to take the high ground and hold it. That may be outdated in today’s electronic and high-tech battlefields, but that notion still holds true for scientific research and engineering.
How Best to Promote Research and Development
Clearly, there is something appealing about a start-up-based innovation strategy: it feels democratic, accessible, and so California.
International researchers join forces to build bridges through science
To build a better world through science, researchers joined forces on a new initiative called ‘The Science Bridge’. So far, it has received endorsements from over 200 eminent scientists from around the world, including 29 Nobel Laureates.
This Gene-Editing Tech Might Be Too Dangerous To Unleash
The UC Riverside entomologist studies the world’s deadliest creature: the Aedes aegypti mosquito, whose bite transmits diseases that kill millions each year. But that’s not the reason for all the extra security.
Tax Reform Should Expand R&D Tax Credit
The United States enacted the world’s first research and development tax credit in 1981.
U.S. News Announces 2018 Best Global Universities Rankings
U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in education rankings for more than 30 years, today released the 2018 Best Global Universities rankings.
Corporate R&D spending hits record highs for the Top 1000, despite concerns of economic protectionism
Annual worldwide corporate R&D spending broke through $700bn in annual investment, according to an annual analysis of R&D spending across 1000 global public companies by PwC’s Strategy&.
IBM scientists say radical new 'in-memory' computing architecture will speed up computers by 200 times
IBM Research announced Tuesday (Oct.