The carefully selected press clippings and resources in this section have been chosen to provide a clear sense of both the forest and the trees in the landscape of emerging technology. Included are not only information about the technologies themselves but also clues to the context within which they are developed and used. New ideas, experimental projects, challenges and trends, substantive research, views on the future, and more, are discussed in the articles here. Eight categories of curated content provide both the latest news and the most important seminal works related to the technologies that have been studied in the Horizon Project.

eschoolnews.com

Top ed-tech stories to watch: Maker movement makes waves: eSchoolNews has a series of posts on key ed-tech trends for the new school year and this particular one focuses on the ...

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Magnets Join Race to Replace Transistors in Computers: -... Scientists at Technical University of Munich (TUM) have discovered a way to grow a computer chip ...

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This Guy Just Built a Mind-Controlled Robot: Mind-controlled robots aren’t that expensive. Chip Audette just built one by attaching his laptop to less than $500 in ...

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Harvard’s 1,000 Kilobot swarm demonstrates the future of robotics: ... Swarms of small robots in their thousands that collectively complete complex tasks are now ...

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Comfortably numb: how virtual reality can soothe nervous patients: ... At the Perpetuo Socorro hospital in Gran Canaria, a patient recently used a virtual reality ...

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New Technology Brings Science Education to Life: ... A Novosibirsk-based start-up has created 3-D software that uses spherical image technology to ...

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Wireless Charging, at a Distance, Moves Forward for uBeam: -... When Meredith Perry, 25, started studying astrobiology at the University of Pennsylvania, her ...

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15 Cool Tech Tools For Education Market Differentiation: ... This slideshow presents some quick snapshots of new learning tools on the market to help with a ...

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Self-assembling origami robot is world's first Transformer: -... Harvard scientists have built the world's first working Transformer robot, inspired by the ...

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