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JANUARY 15, 2016
 
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  China Sending Probe to Land on Moon's Dark Side in 2018  
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  Largest Prehistoric Marine Crocodile Discovered in Tunisia  
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  Can NASA Get to Mars? Official Report Questions Journey to Mars Mission  
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  Fuel Cell Advance  
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  Nanodevice, Build Thyself  
  NEWS  
  Color-Changing Indicators Highlight Microscopic Damage  

2016 Cool Parts Calendar

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Potential Safety Device Created to Stop Hoverboard Fires

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A wave of combustions caused by lithium-ion batteries built into hoverboards have made them go from the holiday’s hottest toys to potentially dangerous products.


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China Sending Probe to Land on Moon's Dark Side in 2018

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China’s State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense (SASTIND) recently announced a new round of lunar exploration with plans to land a probe on the moon’s dark side in 2018.


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Largest Prehistoric Marine Crocodile Discovered in Tunisia

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Named Machimosaurus rex, the new species was the largest and the last survivor of crocodiles that lived in oceans during the dinosaur age. The crocodile’s skull was more than 5 feet long.


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Can NASA Get to Mars? Official Report Questions Journey to Mars Mission

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An annual report from the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (ASAP) has called into question whether NASA will be capable of pulling of its Journey to Mars in the 2030s.


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Fuel Cell Advance

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"Planes, Trains and Automobiles" is a popular comedy from the 1980s, but there's nothing funny about the amount of energy consumed by our nation's transportation sector.


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Nanodevice, Build Thyself

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As we continue to shrink electronic components, top-down manufacturing methods begin to approach a physical limit at the nanoscale. Rather than continue to chip away at this limit, one solution of interest involves using the bottom-up self-assembly of molecular building blocks to build nanoscale devices.


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Color-Changing Indicators Highlight Microscopic Damage

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Damage developing in a material can be difficult to see until something breaks or fails. A new polymer damage indication system automatically highlights areas that are cracked, scratched or stressed, allowing engineers to address problem areas before they become more problematic.


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