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Los Alamos, a once secret city where scientists participated in the nation's classified World War II nuclear development program, can now be experienced much like it was then with a new app.
 
Philosopher's guide to galaxy revealed
When you're trying to fathom a mangled relic of very old hi-tech, it helps to have the manufacturer's instructions.
 
New CO2 storage method shows potential: experts
For the first time, scientists have successfully injected carbon dioxide (CO2) into volcanic basalt soil and changed it to a solid, offering a promising way to store underground the greenhouse gas linked to climate change.
 
Apple Inc. announced a series of long-awaited enhancements to its App Store on Wednesday, but the new features may not ease concerns of developers and analysts who say that the App Store model -- and the very idea of the single-purpose app -- has seen its best days.
 
Four new elements have been added to the periodic table after discoveries by Japanese, Russian and U.S. scientists, an international authority said, with the new substances including Asia's first entry on the chart.
 
Taiwan and the European Union held a seminar to discuss the development of fifth-generation (5G) mobile communication technology, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
 
A team from Taiwan was announced by the U.S. Department of State Wednesday as the winner of this year's Fishackathon, a science and technology contest that seek to address sustainable fishery challenges.
 
An average 72,000 mobile devices per day were infected with various types of malware over the past year in Taiwan, according to a report released Tuesday by Cheetah Global Lab.
 
Hitler's coding machine meets its supercomputer nemesis
The machine Hitler used to send coded messages to his generals met the supercomputer that revealed its secrets on Friday, watched on by veteran operatives whose painstaking work helped bring World War II to an end.
 
A group of American-led scientists and entrepreneurs has announced the start of a 10-year project aimed at creating synthetic human genomes in a move that could revolutionize the field of biotechnology but raises troubling ethical concerns.
 
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