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image of a hand with the thumb up Views you can use? How online ratings affect your judgment
Released August 8, 2013
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a touch-based interface using hand gestures With Wave of the Hand, Carnegie Mellon Researchers Create Touch-based Interfaces
Released April 25, 2013
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image of hands holding a video controller Seniors Who Play Video Games Report Better Sense of Emotional Well-being
Released March 5, 2013
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Kelly Garrett False Beliefs Persist, Even After Instant Online Corrections
Released January 24, 2013
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a screen capture from the ASL-STEM Forum Crowdsourcing Site Compiles New Sign Language for Math and Science
Released December 7, 2012
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child study lab Georgia Tech Creating High-tech Tools to Study Autism
Released September 25, 2012
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researchers with the SUAVe aerial device Test Flight Over Peru Ruins Could Revolutionize Archaeological Mapping
Released August 1, 2012
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Shimi, a musical companion Musical Robot Companion Enhances Listener Experience
Released June 26, 2012
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image of a man meditating Mindful Multitasking: Meditation First Can Calm Stress, Aid Concentration
Released June 13, 2012
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computing graphic Picking the Brains of Strangers Helps Make Sense of Online Information
Released May 7, 2012
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computing graphic Best Websites Balance Self-expression and Functionality
Released May 7, 2012
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Gloria Mark and Stephen Voida Email Vacations Decrease Stress, Increase Concentration, Researchers Say
Released May 3, 2012
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Robovie Robots Fighting Wars Could Be Blamed for Mistakes on the Battlefield
Released April 23, 2012
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image of a new kind of video game controller A New Direction for Game Controllers
Released March 5, 2012
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tongue drive system embedded in a dental retainer Tongue Drive System Goes Inside the Mouth to Improve Performance and User Comfort
Released February 20, 2012
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image of a man sleeping on a table If You're Happy and You Know It: Researchers Trail Twitter to Track World's Mood Swings
Released September 29, 2011
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image of a non-invasive Brain Cap Researchers Aim for 'Direct Brain Control' of Prosthetic Arms
Released July 27, 2011
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computing graphic Social Media Study: Conservatives Were Top Tweeters in 2010 Elections
Released July 21, 2011
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Craig Tashman and Keith Edwards using LiquidText LiquidText Software Supports Active Reading Through Fingertip Manipulation of Text
Released June 28, 2011
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Kyle Rector New Resource Developed to Encourage Undergraduate Research Experiences
Released May 23, 2011
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the robot dog, AIBO Real Nature Beats Technological Stand-ins for Human Well-being
Released May 17, 2011
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a mockup of a wall monitor Virtual Possessions Have Powerful Hold on Teenagers, Carnegie Mellon Researchers Say
Released May 9, 2011
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computing graphic Teenage Alcohol Consumption Associated With Computer Use
Released May 9, 2011
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The Pointing Magnifier Free Software Makes Computer Mouse Easier for People With Disabilities
Released April 7, 2011
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computing graphic Played by Humans, Scored by Nature, Online Game Helps Unravel Secrets of RNA
Released January 10, 2011
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computing graphic Open Study Aims to Create Worldwide Study Group
Released November 17, 2010
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panoramic mosaic of the Salt Lake Valley Getting the Big Picture Quickly
Released October 27, 2010
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a group of Asian kids Culturally Inspired Mobile Phone Games Help Chinese Children Learn Language Characters
Released October 19, 2010
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a team working on a tasks used in the study New Study Finds Groups Demonstrate Distinctive 'Collective Intelligence' When Facing Difficult Tasks
Released September 30, 2010
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Nate Medeiros-Ward operates a driving simulator Let Your Fingers Do the Driving
Released September 27, 2010
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