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Mountains of data drive advances in science, medicine and other fields. Here’s how they might affect you.
People want information. To get it, experts must sift through facts to find trends and other types of useful knowledge that has value.
Data are beginning to accumulate in quantities of mammoth size.
Contests where teens compete to keep computers safe from hackers are helping to train and grow the next generation of cyber defenders.
Researchers have unveiled a see-through speaker that conducts electricity, is elastic like skin and vibrates like Jell-O.
Scientists are finding that computer parts can also be built from DNA.
Researchers develop a way to make batteries that hold more charge and don’t weaken with age.
DNA is a chemical blueprint that effectively instructs cells on how to work.
Fluids in the inner ear can actually power an electronic device, such as an implant.
STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — makes careers blossom
Engineers develop a computer memory system based on living cells.
The machines can help with everything from surgery to disaster response.