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Not sure mountains of money quite add up to Elan. Then again I can't imagine anything quite adding up to Elan.
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It is always amazes me how we humans can solve the toughest of problems given the proper incentive or need.
MIT team invents efficient shockwave-based process for desalination of water.
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We call it waste others call it opportunity.
A new chemical technique makes it easier to extract the radioactive element americium from used nuclear fuel, potentially paving the way for better ways to reprocess and recycle nuclear waste.
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Okay, so you still need to brush your teeth. But talk about a cool way to patch them back up!
Scientists in London develop pain-free filling that allows teeth to repair themselves without drilling or injections
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Now this looks like a cool knew source for clean energy.
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I can't wait to see the heat maps cooked up from these climate models.
NASA is releasing global climate change projections to help scientists and planners better understand local and global effects of hazards.
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All those years of dumping CO2 into the atmosphere and we where actually just storing it for the next energy revolution.
(Phys.org)—For the first time, researchers have demonstrated that CO2 captured from the air can be directly converted into methanol (CH3OH) using a homogeneous catalyst. The benefits are two-fold: The process removes harmful CO2 from the atmosphere, and the methanol can be used as an alternative fuel to gasoline. The work represents an important step that could one day lead to a future "methanol economy," in which fuel and energy storage are prim...
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I'm not sure I'd call it printing, but talk about cool.
The machine can lay upwards of 5,300 square feet of bricks in a single day. Continue reading →
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First eye drops for cataracts, next oils for Alzheimer’s and other nervous system diseases.
A chemical that could potentially be used in eye drops to reverse cataracts has been identified by a team of scientists from UCSF, the University of Michigan (U-M), and Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL).
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Styrofoam eating worms? And here we thought it would take thousands of years for "Mother Earth" to break down our garbage.
Mealworms munch on Styrofoam, a hopeful sign that solutions to plastics pollution exist. Wei-Min Wu, a senior research engineer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discovered the larvae can live on polystyrene. (Photo: Yu Yang). Consider the plastic foam cup.
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I can already see the swarms of Darkling Beetles.

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And I thought I only had to worry about the fault lines on the West Coast.
For the first time, researchers at Caltech and other institutions in the United States and France have observed how fluid injection sets off microearthquakes on a sizable, subterranean fault.
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And just when you though we'd never be able to improve on the centrifuge (a test tube spinner).
Manu Prakash and his students have developed a synchronous computer that operates using the unique physics of moving water droplets.
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Chocolate Cherry Scones
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I'm not always a huge scone person, but of all the Thomas Keller recipes I've made so far, these are definitely in the top three. They're mo

Gluten-Free Brioche Rolls
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A few weeks ago, I was catching up on all of my blog reading and came across a series of recipes for gluten-free desserts on Katie Quinn Dav

Elon Musk hates 405 Freeway traffic, offers money to speed widening
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Entrepreneur Elon Musk has already spent $50,000 trying to make the 405 Freeway better – and he’s willing to pay even more.

UW spinout gets funding for heart-failure treatment
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Beat Biotherapeutics Corporation (BEATBio), a company developed in 2009 from research at the UW, received $2.5 million earlier this month fr

The Best Caramel Popcorn Recipe Ever!
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I'm going to keep it short this week, after the emotional intensity of the Boston Marathon tragedy and the Jason Bourne-style manhunt. But b

Gene therapy may save hearts
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A heart attack can be one of the most traumatizing events in an individual’s life. But new research may help mend survivors’ ailing hearts.

Camper Kart is a Tiny Home That Pops Out of a Shopping Cart
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Kevin Cyr has designed Camper Kart - a tiny home that pops out of a shopping cart

The Smallest Homes on Earth
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Brooklyn based artist Kevin Cyr seems to be thinking fairly deeply about commercial vehicles, and vehicles as housing. But he doesn't just d

A "Reactive" 3D Game Engine in Excel?
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A great article over at Gamasutra outlines a toy 3D engine that uses a spreadsheet to do the calculations. Instead of the imperative approac

Chocolate-Dipped Madeleine Recipe
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The spongy, cake-like madeleine is a delicate cookie that derives from France. People have been dipping them in coffee or tea for centuries,

Raspberry Macaron Recipe
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Of all the vices and time sucks the internet often presents, the one I've best managed to avoid all these years is YouTube. Don't ask me how

The Lowdown on Almond Flour
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If you've been on facebook lately, you may have noticed that my raspberry macaron recipe was a success! My friend, Ian Bailey, who has been

The Lemon Macaron Debacle
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Before I begin telling the story of the utter disaster that resulted from my attempt at making lemon macarons this week, allow me to introdu

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Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookie Recipe
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"Is there anything better than butter? Think it over. Anytime you taste something that's delicious beyond imagining, and you say, What is in

Chocolate Chip Cookies With Fleur de Sel
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As I was baking this week, I was reminded of that classic saying about old dogs and new tricks. It happened right as I was beginning to unlo

Blueberry Muffins With Almond Streusel Topping
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Baking this week was a bit of a celebration. Not of blueberry muffins, or birthdays, or anything else that may first come to mind. What I wa

Banana Bread With Walnut Crumb Topping
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The first thing I ever baked was a loaf of banana bread at the age of 8. It was also the first thing my family and I received as a housewarm

Get To Know Your Oven With the "Biscuit Test"
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In the beginning pages of Bouchon Bakery, one of Thomas Keller's first suggestions is to know your oven. Become aware of the hot spots where