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Elizabeth M
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Rockwell Helps Machine Builders Design Safer Machines
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4/18/2014  1 comment
Rockwell Automation recently unveiled a new safety relay that can be configured and integrated through existing software to program safety logic in devices.
GE, PowerStream Team Up on Microgrid to Showcase Renewables
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4/17/2014  1 comment
PowerStream is deploying the microgrid at its headquarters to demonstrate how people can generate and distribute their own energy and make their homes and businesses more sustainable through renewables.
Comment:Impressive - Elizabeth M-4/16/2014
10 Ways Robots Are Better Than Us
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4/16/2014  21 comments
Today's robots should be respected, and humans should be wary of their growing skills and sophistication. Quite simply, robots are better than us in a lot of ways. Here are 10 of them.
Comment:Interesting - Elizabeth M-4/15/2014
Students Design Space Habitats, Tech for NASA
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4/9/2014  4 comments
NASA is once again calling upon college students to help the space agency design solutions for future space habitats and exploration systems through its Exploration Habitat (X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge.
Robots Aid in Search of Missing Malaysian Jet
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4/8/2014  18 comments
An underwater robot dispatched by Bluefin Robotics is on deck, ready to aid in the intensive search for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane that went missing in March.
Comment:Re: Segway - Elizabeth M-4/8/2014
Slideshow: 15 Modern Inventions That Didnít Live Up to the Hype
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4/7/2014  75 comments
From grocery delivery services to the Segway, here are 15 modern inventions that fell flat.
Comment:Re: ELDERLY - Elizabeth M-4/7/2014
Fraunhofer Designs Flexible Energy Harvesters for Wearable Tech
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4/2/2014  2 comments
The increasing interest and development of wearable electronics also is calling for new types of power sources that are flexible and compact enough to fit into these devices. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany are working on this problem with the design of a flexible energy harvester that can be manufactured through a low-cost printing process.
Comment:Re: Big news - Elizabeth M-3/31/2014
Helium-Filled Wind Turbine Harvests High-Altitude Energy
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3/31/2014  29 comments
Altaeros Energies was founded in 2010 at MIT with the goal to offer the first commercial turbine capable of harnessing high-altitude wind at a low cost.


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