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Those sleepless nights starring at a tablet or a smartphone may be alleviated by simply wearing an amber-tinted pair of glasses.
12.15.2017
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The laser light, which is at a higher intensity where the beams intersect, is kept on for about 10 seconds, enough time to cure the object.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
12.15.2017
12:59pm
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Traditional approaches for reusing the carbon from CO2 involve a reduction step that requires high temperatures and pressures.
by Idaho National Laboratory
12.15.2017
12:27pm
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A group of engineers has been experimenting with a new type of programming that mimics the way an insect's brain works.
by Cornell University
12.15.2017
12:22pm
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The researchers' key innovation is the method by which they separate the H2 and O2 gasses produced by water electrolysis.
by Columbia University School of Engineering and Applied Science
12.15.2017
10:46am
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The team successfully demonstrated the laser for the U.S. Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity in August 2017.
by University of Michigan
12.15.2017
10:42am
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A reimagining of today's computer chips by engineers shows how a quantum computer can be manufactured -- using mostly standard silicon technology.
by University Of New South Wales
12.15.2017
10:40am
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A team of scientists suggested an unusual scheme for the production of syngas from bituminous coal and analyzed the efficiency of its use.
by Ural Federal University
12.15.2017
10:38am
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A survey among antibiotics researchers worldwide reveals uncertainty about the number of deaths.
by Karlsruher Institut Für Technologie (KIT)
12.15.2017
10:31am
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In 2017 three products were chosen for their innovative progress—the Digital Copilot, the Oleo Sponge and the MPV-800 Multipoint Vibrometer.
by Editors of R&D Magazine
12.15.2017
10:27am
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Users may soon be able to control a robot that is miles and miles away through virtual reality.
12.14.2017
3:24pm
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New research suggests that a nanovaccine could replace the dreaded flu shot as the best method to fight off the annual influenza virus.
12.14.2017
3:22pm
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A plasmon is a quantum of plasma oscillation. Plasmonic materials have been used for making objects invisible in scientific tests.
by Aalto University
12.14.2017
1:14pm
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The two companies differ in which genes, and regions within each gene, are covered.
by Johns Hopkins Medicine
12.14.2017
1:11pm
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The researchers created four different types of heat-powered micro-grippers, of differing shapes and sizes but all less than a millimeter long.
by PLOS
12.14.2017
12:37pm
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The system attempts to learn what features of the data correlate with what labels, and it’s judged on how well it labels previously unseen data.
by MIT
12.14.2017
12:33pm
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Researchers have developed a flexible, transparent electrical device that utilizes bursts of energy similar to the electric eel.
12.14.2017
10:18am
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Results will be used to develop risk-mitigation requirements for drones.
by Ohio State University
12.14.2017
10:05am
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The prototype could allow manufacturers to scale down the housing materials that commonly protect batteries in electric cars from mechanical damage.
by Cell Press
12.14.2017
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Three times weekly exercise is safe and keeps symptoms from worsening.
by Rush University Medical Center
12.14.2017
10:02am
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The best candidates are quickly evaluated both for effective killing and toxicity to humans and can be produced on a large scale.
by Arizona State University
12.14.2017
9:57am
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The researchers have completed two field trips to Australian mine sites and have a third trip later this month.
by Queensland University of Technology
12.14.2017
9:53am
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There are about 250 million preschool-age children that are deficient in vitamin A, and 500,000 vitamin A-deficient children around the world become blind...
12.13.2017
3:50pm
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Genomics and Epigenomics Testing by KAUST measures fish adaptation to rising ocean water temperatures, pH and salinity changes.
by Linda Barney, Barney and Associates
12.13.2017
3:43pm
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Easy-to-manufacture switchable windows could improve energy efficiency in buildings and help keep cars cool.
by The Optical Society
12.13.2017
3:31pm
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Cracking the German Enigma code is considered to be one of the decisive factors that hastened Allied victory in World War II.
by University of Pennsylvania
12.13.2017
3:28pm
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Researchers have developed an ultra-thin diamond membrane that can measure the number of protons in a dose of radiation with almost perfect accuracy.
by American Institute of Physics
12.13.2017
3:14pm
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The 1,000+ feet of ice may contain more than half a million years of climate history.
by Ohio State University
12.13.2017
2:50pm
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The Google/Alphabet company Sidewalk Labs has signed a deal with the city of Toronto to develop 800 acres of waterfront land into a connected district.
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