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Japan Extracts Natural Gas From Methane Hydrate Deposits
Blog 
5/31/2013  15 comments
In the wake of the Fukushima disaster, Japan has been on a focused mission to supplant their nuclear energy with safer alternatives (more like, non-radioactive alternatives).
NASA to Use Dreamliner Lithium-Ion Battery Packs to Power ISS
Blog 
5/30/2013  40 comments
NASA, throughout the 787-battery mess, has held on to a contract with Boeing for the design of a lithium-ion battery pack that will replace aging NiMH batteries on the International Space Station.
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Micro-Sized Battery Promises to Deliver Power That Is Anything But
Blog 
5/29/2013  24 comments
The most significant and limiting factor for the immediate advancement of miniaturized electronics is the availability of a battery that packs a punch and is still tiny in size.
AMD's Fireproof R5000 Remote GPU Brings Multitasking to a New Level
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/24/2013  4 comments
Advanced Micro Devices' latest release brings a cloud-based graphics boost, along with unparalleled performance, to the workstation.
3D Printing Round-Up: Innovative Medical Field & Space Exploration Pursuits
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/23/2013  16 comments
The 3D printing revolution seems to have a knack for quickly moving technology ahead by way of collaborative effort and even a little friendly competition -- all of course in the name of scientific advancement.
Optical Tweezers Grab Blood Cells
Blog 
5/22/2013  4 comments
Yin-Mei Li of the University of Science and Technology of China developed a way to manipulate blood cells using lasers.
Video: Doodle3D Prints Designs From 2D Drawings
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/21/2013  6 comments
Doodle3D brings your 2D sketches to life.
Video: 'A Boy & His Atom'
Blog 
5/20/2013  7 comments
Watch IBM's atomic scale stop motion film about, you guessed it, a boy and his atom.
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Video: Enter the Smartmouse
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/16/2013  31 comments
Laura Sapiens' Ego! Smartmouse offers users a unique interactive experience by providing 2D and 3D connectivity, hardware identity authentication, data storage, and more.
Alvaro GIANT: 84 Inches of Ultra-HD Multi-Touch Display
Blog 
5/14/2013  19 comments
As some companies try to increase the quality and functionality of high-definition touchscreens for miniaturized, mobile applications, others, like MyMultitouch, are blowing up the size of multi-touch displays to create a completely new way to experience the advanced technology.
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SME Rapid Conference Hosts 3D Printing Art Gallery
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/10/2013  24 comments
The SME Rapid Conference has invited 3D printing artists to submit their artwork to be displayed at this year’s Contemporary Art Gallery.
Voices Gives Illiterate Access to the Internet
Blog 
5/7/2013  19 comments
The Voices project is working to give people who can't read the ability to connect and collaborate via the Internet.
Stretchable Lithium-Ion Battery Could Power Athletes & Patients
Blog 
5/1/2013  22 comments
A lithium-ion battery from the University of Illinois and Northwestern University stretches up to three times its normal size.


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