See the world's first graphene dress

Two scientists first isolated graphene in 2004 and went on to win a Nobel prize for bringing to the world’s attention a “wonder material” that conducts electricity better than anything else and has the potential to revolutionize fields from computing to travel, recounts the Guardian.

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'Mayhem' rules as DARPA's battle of the machines hits Las Vegas

A system called “Mayhem” has clinched the $2 million top prize in DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge in a competition to use software that automatically defends networks against attacks.

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Neutrinos, ghosts of the universe

October is a sweet month for the scientific community. That’s when the annual Nobel Prize in physics is announced. Tuesday’s award — in a pleasant surprise for particle physicists — went to Takaaki Kajita of the University of Tokyo and Arthur B. McDonald of Queen’s University in Canada for their groundbreaking research on neutrino oscillations.


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Dota 2 prize fund now over $10 million: Not bad for a free-to-play PC-only game

Dota 2, The International 3
Early this morning, the prize fund for the Dota 2 International tournament crossed the $10 million mark. Remarkably, just $1.6 million of the prize fund was provided by Valve; the rest was contributed by members of the Dota 2 community who are eager to get their hands on some in-game items, and to support their favorite teams and the nascent esport as a whole. With a prize fund of over $10 million, The International 4 is now larger than The Masters golf tournament.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/185423-dota-2-prize-fund-now-over-10-million-not-bad-for-a-free-to-play-pc-only-game

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