15 bleeding-edge network research projects you should know about

Network research ranges from squashing worms and keyboard loggers to enabling communication even when your network is down

What are university and independent labs doing with the millions of dollars in funding they receive each year from government and other sources? Lots of them are working to solve current network problems and envision networks of the future. Here's a look at 15 of the most interesting projects we've come across through our Alpha Doggs network research blog over the past 12 months.

What are university and independent labs doing with the millions of dollars in funding they receive each year from government and other sources? Lots of them are working to solve current network problems and envision networks of the future.

Here's a look at 15 of the most interesting projects we've come across through our Alpha Doggs network research blog over the past 12 months. Please give us a heads up if you know about network research projects we should be writing about.

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Start-up testing auto-aiming antenna for wireless nets

Researchers claim network security breakthrough with quantum cryptography

Military research aims to develop self-configuring, secure wireless nets

Super stealthy Internet messaging method revealed

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More phishing suckers out there than we thought

Wireless energy could power electrical devices

Communicating even when the network’s down

Security researchers tout zippier way to squash computer worms

Study provides insight into hacks

Google research: Cranking up the heat may not harm your disk drives

Researchers say they peeled The Onion Router

Wi-Fi, without those pesky routers

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