A new molecule designed to kill deadly, drug-resistant superbugs


In 2016, I had a bacterial infection that I acquired after a routine knee surgery. Fortunately, my immune system reacted favorably to antibiotics, but had the bacteria been a “superbug,”...

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Healthcare

March 6, 2018

How AI can help enterprise workers automatically triage conversations


IBM researchers developed an AI method that extracts the most relevant parts of a conversation and makes it available to the right individual for action.

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AI

January 12, 2018

Sharing the Art and Science of Lithography


IBM researcher Martha Sanchez describes her work in lithography and how she inspires students through the fun and art behind science.

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IBM Research-Almaden

July 7, 2017

Laura Haas: 36 years of making IBM Research “Famous for...


After 36 years with IBM Research, IBM Fellow Laura Haas is becoming Dean of the College of Information and Computer Sciences at UMass Amherst.

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IBM Research-Almaden

June 29, 2017

Cornell, IBM Research collaborate to safeguard milk and — in...


Next-generation sequencing and big data analytics will help Cornell and IBM Research identify new ways to eliminate hazards in the food supply chain.

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Big Data Analytics

June 27, 2017

As the Turing Award turns 50, honoring recipient Ted Codd


As both the ACM and IBM celebrate 50 years of the Turing Award, an IBM Fellow honors his mentor and Turing recipient, Ted Codd.

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IBM Research-Almaden

June 22, 2017

From garbage to gold: How advances in plastic recycling can...


IBM Research polymer chemist Jeannette Garcia shares insight on the types of recycling available and their potential to turn garbage in to gold.

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Chemistry

June 15, 2017

A funny thing happened on my way to Maker Faire


Normally on Friday mornings, I’d be winding my way up a canyon in the hills south of San Jose to IBM Research – Almaden, where I work as an advisory...

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Quantum Computing

May 19, 2017

How They Did It: Meet the IBM Nanoscientists who Stored...


Find out more about the IBM nanoscientists and the 4 am breakthrough that allowed them to demonstrate the ability to read and write one bit of data on one atom....

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Nanotechnology

March 29, 2017

The brain’s architecture, efficiency… on a chip


2016 was a big year for brain-inspired computing. My team and I proved in our paper “Convolutional networks for fast, energy-efficient neuromorphic computing” that the value of this breakthrough is...

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December 19, 2016

IBM Researchers Bring AI to Radiology at RSNA 2016


“When my father was misdiagnosed and administered the wrong medication placing him in a coma nearly 20 years ago, I saw firsthand the need for technology to help physicians make...

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November 29, 2016