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Tesla’s new battery could ease the pressure that home solar panels currently put on the grid. Rather than storing extra energy from the panels onto the main grid, these batteries will help store that energy in the individual homes which they power. http://bit.ly/1EnekHW
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I will cut off my local utility with a battery.
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Engineers at UC Berkeley developed a bandage that uses electrical currents and flexible electronics to detect tissue damage before doctors can even see it. http://bit.ly/1QnQuRr
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An innovative system at the Wanneroo Groundwater Treatment Plant uses a vibrating membrane to purify water cost effectively. http://bit.ly/1aS1Iww
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Graduate students Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao and Artem Dementye designed a thumbnail trackpad that can connect to and control mobile devices and wearables. Currently, they’re working on improving the technology with thinner batteries and a multipurpose chip that works as a microcontroller, a radio and a capacitive sensor. http://engt.co/1cVwarp
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If i see any person doing that..i'd be like "Why is that person itching his thumbs ? 😶". Lol.. Thumb itching problems.
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A group of engineers in Mexico developed technology that can purify wastewater and seawater in only 2.5 minutes. It works with a mixture of dissociating elements that separate and remove all contaminants as well as pollutants. http://bit.ly/1DDDU9V
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So #California is buying like 10,000 of these tomorrow right?
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Researchers at Siemens, led by Frank Anton, developed an aircraft electric motor that weighs only 50 kg and delivers a continuous output of about 260 kW. This record-breaking ratio means the motor can perform at rotational speeds of 2,500 revolutions per minute, which will eventually make it possible to build series hybrid-electric aircrafts with four or more seats. http://bit.ly/1zoOo97
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efficiency matter more what is the efficiency and maintainance cost of motor
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This black box, initially created as a student project at Carnegie Mellon University, is being used to teach blind students in India and Zambia how to read Braille. Aptly named the Braille Tutor, it uses simple technology and is less expensive and more efficient than other computer programs. http://yhoo.it/1FY7D10
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Today marks 25 years in space for the Hubble Telescope! Since its launch, Hubble has beamed hundreds of thousands of images (like this one) back to Earth. It has helped shed light on many of astronomy’s great mysteries, from helping determine the age of the universe, to identifying quasars and proving the existence of dark energy.
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IEEE, please post this on LinkedIn, too.
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Get inspired by Dennis Crowley and create the technology you want to use.
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The only thing it looks like to me is the flat channel fibre optics are laid in, but I think that would usually have a rod in each of the outside chambers to make it more rigid so the fibre optic cable's minimum bend radius can't be exceeded as easily. 
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From building smarter cities to creating green technology to advance humanity, engineers are a part of making the world a better place to live. Happy Earth Day from IEEE!
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From Maria, the first robot to appear in a movie, to Star Wars’ R2D2 and beyond, robots have become a loveable part of pop culture. Share which one is your favorite below in the comments.
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This week we’re highlighting IEEE Fellow Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel who is known for his prediction that computer processing power would increase exponentially over time, now known as Moore’s Law. His work as part of the team that created the integrated circuit led to many of the innovations we use today, like compact electronics.
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