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Just outside Washington, DC, a heavily armored truck, protected by armed guards, rumbles toward the Pentagon. Its cargo is critical to keeping the most sensitive government communications secret. But it’s not what you might expect. That precious cargo is nothing but numbers.
A Boston University undergraduate aims to break the hold of super-addictive nicotine, and help smokers quit for good.
Neurologist Ann McKee talks about battered brains, tangled tau, and the future of sports
The security of the system as a whole will be derived from the security of its components, rather than from a single firewall, as is currently the case with most cloud systems.
After touring textile mills staffed by women in Lowell, Mass., Charles Dickens described the excursion as “the happiest day” of his 1842 American visit. Why did an industrial city impress England’s celebrity novelist more than his steamship ride on the Mississippi River, his sojourns in vibrant Boston and New York, his stay in Washington, D.C., or his glimpse of spectacular Niagara Falls?
By simulating future weather, Boston University researcher ponders a coastal ecosystem’s fate.