Entries for November 2014

Passive Cooling Uses Outer Space as a Heat Sink
Reflection and radiation team up to keep buildings cool.
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Blue Ray Discs Could Hold A Key to Better Solar Cells
Could your Blue Ray discs find their way into solar panels one day? Research suggests the pattern wr...
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Flexible Electronics Breakthrough Has an Inorganic Laser to Thank
Flexible electronics hold the promise of creating a whole new generation of consumer and industrial ...
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Carbon Black - using Formula 1 technology to build a better wheelchair
Scottish company introduces their carbon fibre wheelchair to the US through a Kickstarter campaign.
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BITalino - a low-cost, easy to use bio wearable developer kit
Portuguese developers are Kickstarter funding a new bio sensor development kit.
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Close Up Footage of ORB-3 Rocket Explosions Released
Up-close footage of Orbital Science’s launch disaster proves exactly what’d you’d ...
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LLNL Researchers Create "Uncrackable" Nuclear Weapons Code
Lawrence Livermore engineers develop uncrackable nuclear weapon safety codes.
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Magnetic Fields and Lasers Elicit Graphene Secret
After a study of graphene's sub-atomic make-up in a magnetic field, researcher has discovered a para...
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Researchers Make Bio-Circuits More Predictable, Effective
New methods for building bio-circuits has made them more predictable and effective. Will they ever b...
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UAV on a leash - new ideas about aerial photography
Sergei Lupashin introduces a UAV designed to alleviate concerns over safety and privacy.
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Are US gasoline pump prices actually high?
Looking at historical price relationships, the cost of gasoline in the U.S. is out of balance.
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Retaining Rings: Simple, but Highly Engineered for Multiple Applications
Retaining rings are some of the simplest, most cost-effective and easiest to use retention technolog...
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Lotus Racing Jumps a Semi Over a F-1 Supercar
VIDEO: Lotus Racing attempts a new world record as it jumps a tractor trailer nearly 100ft over a sp...
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New 2-D Quantum Materials for Nanoelectronics
MIT engineers have drafted a theoretical framework for a family of 2D materials that may enable a ne...
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Lockheed Begins Final Assembly of Next Mars Lander
With a launched planned for 2017, NASA's newest Martian Rover, InSight, is beginning the long proces...
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Could Molecular Storage Solve Flash Memory's Biggest Problems?
A newly engineered molecular storage system could solve major problems looming over flash memory sto...
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Bio-Inspired Bleeding Control
Taking a cue from the human body, researchers have engineered a synthetic nanoparticle that can do m...
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Quasar Alignment Hints At Missing Universal Ingredient?
Could a new, wide-ranging survey of quasars hint that our model of Universe is missing an ingredient...
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Is Russia Back in the Satellite Hunting Game?
A mysterious Russian object has space observers spooked. Are we entering an era of militarized space...
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Polymer gel can instantly stop bleeding
New gel will be introduced in 2015 that immediately stops bleeding
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