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Drinking Water, from Sunshine
10/18/2016

An MIT team designed solar-powered portable desalination system to use in disaster zones and remote regions
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Squid Provide Insight into Human Hearing
10/18/2016

The ordinary squid, Loligo pealii—best known until now as a kind of floating buffet for just about any fish in the sea—may be on the verge of becoming a scientific superstar, providing clues about the origin and evolution of the sense of hearing
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Chemists Produce Biofuel from Used Cooking Oil
10/18/2016

A team of university chemists have demonstrated that cooking oil can be used and revalued, having managed to produce biodiesel from the used oil
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Greener is Happier
10/18/2015

Do human beings find more passion and meaning in working for the greater good—in realizing their jobs contribute more than just profit? The answer is yes
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eLegs Give Paraplegics Hope
10/18/2014

Berkeley Bionics unveiled eLEGS, a wearable, artificially intelligent, bionic device that powers paraplegics up to get them standing and walking
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China's Fastest Supercomputer Unveiled
10/15/2015

China's fastest supercomputer "Tianhe-1," is about to be equipped with Chinese-made central processing unit chips, meaning that China could rival the world's most powerful computers
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Watermelon Lowers Blood Pressure
10/15/2014

Evidence from a pilot study suggests that watermelon can be an effective natural weapon against prehypertension, a precursor to cardiovascular disease
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`SpectroPen' Can Detect Tumor Edges
10/15/2010

Biomedical engineers are developing a hand-held device called a SpectroPen that could help surgeons see the edges of tumors in human patients in real time during surgery
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Device Measures Mars’ Atmosphere
10/15/2010

Instruments designed by a UT Dallas professor to measure atmospheric components on the surface of Mars have uncovered important clues about the planet’s atmosphere and climate history
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Vibrational Spectroscopy Gets Faster
10/15/2010

A paper by researchers at NIST may breathe new life into the use of a powerful—but tricky—diagnostic technique for cell biology
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Editor's Corner
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The Sustainable Lab
12/10/2008
Creating a sustainable lab includes numerous business approaches. Overall costs, emissions, and productivity are just some of the implications........Continue
 
The Asia Card
12/04/2010
by Tim Studt It should come as no surprise to our readers that the Peoples’ Republic of China and other Asian countries are rapidly increasing investments in their science and technology infrastruct.......Continue
 
The Mayhem Surrounding Mammograms
11/25/2009
by Ashley Glowinski Last week’s national news regarding the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force mammogram recommendations received quite a backlash—and for good reason........Continue
 
Grand Challenges
11/06/2009
The high incidence of diabetes and its potentially life-threatening consequences has driven development of continuous glucose monitoring technologies that can monitor a patient’s medical condition in mostly real-time situations........Continue
 
Energy Myths
11/03/2009
by Tim Studt The goal of our energy strategy is to reduce overall emissions and/or consumption, but the expert energy accountants at the U.S. Dept. of Energy don’t see that happening. If anything, the picture is going to get darker (along with our atmosphere)........Continue
 
Silent Spring South
10/20/2010
by Tim Studt Forty-eight years ago, Rachel Carson published Silent Spring, which was credited with helping launch the environmental movement that followed with a ban on DDT in 1972. DDT was found to cause thinner bird egg shells, resulting in reproductive problems and death........Continue
 
Organic Gardening: Investing In Your Future
10/19/2010
In the last 20 years, organically grown produce has moved into the mainstream and many people believe that organic gardening holds the key for quality of food, plants, and overall health. .......Continue
 
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