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Video: Thin Polymer Material Defeats Deafening Noise
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7/23/2014  Post a comment
A soundproofing invention called Acoustiblok recently won a television challenge to silence an air horn with only a fraction of an inch of polymer material.
10 of the World's Smartest Cities
Blog 
7/21/2014  15 comments
Major global metropolitan areas are implementing a vast number of technology, energy, transportation, and Internet projects to make the metropolis a friendlier, greener, safer, and more sustainable place to be.
Comment:K-9? - Elizabeth M-7/21/2014
Comment:Re: Autopilot - Elizabeth M-7/21/2014
Comment:Re: Cool idea - Elizabeth M-7/21/2014
Comment:Re: Cool idea - Elizabeth M-7/17/2014
Comment:Cool idea - Elizabeth M-7/16/2014
3D Printing Method Used to Create Human Cartilage
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7/16/2014  11 comments
A scientist at the University of Pittsburgh has achieved a breakthrough in the quest to create artificial cartilage with human cells for treatment of degenerative joint disease.
Researchers Develop Quick-Charging Li Battery Architecture
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7/15/2014  8 comments
Researchers worldwide are working to minimize the time it takes to recharge a Li battery. The latest research coming out of the University of California could cut the time it takes to recharge to 10 minutes.
Comment:Re: BRACELET - Elizabeth M-7/14/2014
Video: Teen Invents iPhone-Charging Insole
STEM Connection 
7/14/2014  10 comments
Angelo Casimiro, a 15-year-old living in the Philippines, has designed an insole that uses two pairs of piezoelectric discs that produce electricity when they bend inward. When a person steps down on the discs in the insole, they produce electricity. He used two sets of discs to produce double the amount of electricity that one set would allow.
Comment:A bit weird - Elizabeth M-7/10/2014
Smart Bracelet Keeps Tabs on Your Cell
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7/10/2014  13 comments
Early wearable technology has come in the form of clothing, such as shirts with sensors for monitoring sleep or exercise levels. But jewelry-inspired technology is starting to emerge as the next innovation in smart wearables.
Comment:Good idea - Elizabeth M-7/9/2014
AP Employs Robot Journalists
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7/9/2014  17 comments
The Associated Press is the latest news agency to begin using robotic automation -- Automated Insights' Wordsmith -- to write news stories; specifically, financial stories about companiesí quarterly earnings.
Comment:Re: Update - Elizabeth M-7/8/2014
Video: Power Line Perching UAV Doubles Down on Drone Delivery
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7/8/2014  21 comments
Last December Amazon.com unveiled a plan for a delivery system of drones that can deliver packages to people living within 10 miles of a distribution center. One of the reasons for that mileage limit is that the unmanned aerial vehicles the company plans to use only have enough battery life to cover that distance without recharging. MIT is out to change that.
Comment:Incredible - Elizabeth M-7/3/2014
10 Engineering-Friendly Foods
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7/3/2014  37 comments
Normally itís chefs who find inspiration in food. But a number of clever engineers and inventors are doing the same these days, developing new materials, biofuels, ways to harvest energy, and other inventions by using common foods and food waste to create the foundation or impetus for their designs.


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