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Please accept our Holiday greetings! We wish you all success for 2019!
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Laser processing combined with 3D printing on ceramic based materials such as electrolyzers, batteries or solar cells...Read more about this research on https://www.3dprintingprogress.com/articles/15984/lasers-could-take-3d-printing-to-next-level?stv1=1%3A384253%3A14094 #Fridaygadget
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The application of robotics to dressing assistance is a promising field. Check out this interesting research from computer scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology on https://bit.ly/2zGQURv #Fridaygadget
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How can robots pick up raspberries without squashing them? Read out more about the way to improve their sense of touch on https://bit.ly/2DQpYBR #Fridaygadget
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AI and deep learning not the be all and end all when it comes to real-world medical condition detection...Read more about this Mount Sinai School of Medicine research on https://bit.ly/2DEbjJy #Fridaygadget
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Fleets of autonomous drones to replace humans in rescue operations...Read more about this MIT research on https://bit.ly/2Bb7ev6 #Fridaygadget
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Tattoo breakthrough in printed electronics...Find out more on https://bit.ly/2RNCTYV #Fridaygadget
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Check out this new research from the US Department Energy : https://bit.ly/2yZST34
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Last chance to book your place at GIS4SmartGrid 2018, to hear 16+ utility GIS case-studies. Visit: http://bit.ly/2vHtt8q
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Graphene's brittle properties are put to use to produce tiny cell-like robots. Read more about this MIT research on https://bit.ly/2zhiZO7 #Fridaygadget
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