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China launches world’s first ultra-secure quantum communications satellite

A Chinese Long March 2D rocket carried three experimental satellites into orbit on 16 August after being launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in Gansu Province. One of these, the Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) satellite, has attracted considerable attention as it will attempt to establish an ultra-secure quantum entanglement-based communications channel. One […]

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Dynamic Population Mapping Using Mobile Phone Data

  During the past few decades, technologies such as remote sensing, geographical information systems, and global positioning systems have transformed the way the distribution of human population is studied and modeled in space and time. However, the mapping of populations remains constrained by the logistics of censuses and surveys. Consequently, spatially detailed changes across scales […]

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Former Bell Labs site seeks to inspire new inventors

The 2 million-square-foot building where Bell Labs scientists helped launch modern cellular networks before it became one of the country’s largest vacant office buildings is drawing companies with the lure of working at a complex surrounded by technological history. A water tower in the shape of a transistor, which the company’s scientists created in 1947 […]

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Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016

Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016 We are proud to announce that Plan A2Z Software’s promotional video has been accepted into the Citrix Annual Spotlight International Video Contest 2016. This is a brief 2 minute promotional video. It’s fun to watch if you already haven’t done so. PlanA2Z provides cradle-to-grave life-cycle management for large development projects […]

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