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John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, died today at the age of 95, the Columbus Dispatch reported. As well as orbiting the Earth aboard the...
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12.8.2016
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Limor "Ladyada" Fried, founder of Adafruit Industries, was kind enough to answer our questions about open-source hardware in her latest edition of Ask an...
12.8.2016
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Bringing order to disorder is key to making stronger and greener cement, the paste that binds concrete.Scientists at Rice University have decoded the kinetic...
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12.8.2016
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Catalysts are at the heart of fuel cells-devices that convert hydrogen and oxygen to water and enough electricity to power vehicles for hundreds of miles. But...
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12.8.2016
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The global nanorobotics systems market is poised to grow at a 6.06 percent compound annual growth rate between 2016 and 2020, a report from Research and...
12.8.2016
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The European Space Agency and NASA are collaborating on the first crewed mission of the Orion spacecraft, the agencies said Wednesday. The Orion spacecraft,...
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After Samsung’s phones made the news for exploding (and were subsequently banned from several airlines), Apple may be experiencing its own explosive problem....
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Pebble, maker of smartwatches, has shuttered. The company confirmed Wednesday that it has halted production and sold its assets to Fitbit, Inc. Pebble will no...
12.7.2016
1:37pm
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Google, which used the same amount of power as the city of San Francisco, announced Tuesday it expects to use nothing but renewable energy sources in its data...
by Stephen Feller, United Press International
12.7.2016
11:12am
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The installation of the foundations for a wind farm in the Baltic Sea can begin now that the area is clear of the remnants of war, a German company said....
by Daniel J. Graeber, United Press International
12.7.2016
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Boeing will soon purchase autonomous maritime systems developer Liquid Robotics, expanding its seabed-to-space autonomous assets. Neither company has revealed...
by Ryan Maass, United Press International
12.7.2016
11:06am
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Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley say their new robot is the most vertically agile yet created. The small robot can perform several vertical...
by Brooks Hays, United Press International
12.7.2016
11:03am
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Cassini has relayed the first images captured during its initial ring-grazing orbit. The probe has reoriented its orbital path around Saturn's poles and will...
by Brooks Hays, United Press International
12.7.2016
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Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible...
by Australian National University
12.7.2016
10:56am
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The aerospace industry is becoming more reliant on 3D printing – and that trend is expected to continue over the next four years, according to analysis company...
12.7.2016
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A device intended to test the vulnerability of vehicles to theft is now being used by car thieves, the National Insurance Crime Bureau says. The “relay attack...
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As interest in the development of automated cars increases, public and media attention has focused on the speculative benefit of having an abundance of in-...
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12.6.2016
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Scientists have developed a new optical chip for a telescope that enables astronomers to have a clear view of alien planets that may support life. Seeing a...
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12.6.2016
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Scientists from Nanyang Technological University of Singapore have developed a new ultrasound device that produces sharper images through 3D printed lenses...
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12.6.2016
9:59am
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Minimal design, the principle of stripping out superfluous design detail, has been the pre-eminent design language of our age. Are we living forevermore in an...
by By Tim Wooller, Principal Industrial Designer, Cambridge Consultants
12.5.2016
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Virgin Galactic’s newest spaceship VSS Unity completed its first glide flight on Saturday, E...
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Researchers have experimentally confirmed for the first time that significant Vce(sat) reduction can be achieved by scaling an IGBT in both the lateral and...
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12.5.2016
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Lufthansa and General Electric will jointly invest some 250 million euros ($270 million) in Poland to build a plant that will service aircraft engines starting...
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12.5.2016
11:48am
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Modeling the combustion of fossil fuels by King Abdulla University of Science and Technology researchers has helped to characterize some of the components of...
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12.5.2016
11:30am
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Apple may be trying to make a mark in the self-driving sector after all. In a letter dated Nov. 22, the company told the National Highway Traffic Safety...
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12.5.2016
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Nissan is using self-driving cars to tow new vehicles from the factory floor onto transport ships in Japan. According to the AP, some new vehicles at the...
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From his cozy office atop a hill on the south end of town, Thomas Acevedo can see the impressive reach of Flathead Lake stretching into the northern horizon...
by Dillon Tabish, Flathead Beacon, via AP Exchange
12.5.2016
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Do you know the condition of your vehicle’s battery? For a majority of drivers, the battery is unnoticeable unless the engine refuses to start, which happens...
by Johnson Controls
12.5.2016
9:37am
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MIT researchers and their colleagues have developed a new computational model of the human brain's face-recognition mechanism that seems to capture aspects of...
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
12.5.2016
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NASA is scheduled to launch its Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System spacecraft on Dec. 12, the administration said Friday. The satellite will make...
12.2.2016
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