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XPRIZE needs YOU to create the technology that will help 250 million children! If you ever wanted to be a part of something big NOW is your chance! Designers, coders, and engineers needed!
http://learning.xprize.org/
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E-Diesel - Truth in Engineering


German automobile giant Audi has stood up to it slogan,” Truth in Engineering” by developing Carbon-Neutral Diesel fuel.The synthetic fuel is free from sulfur and aromatic hydrocarbons and high catane number makes it readily combustible. E-diesel is not only environmentally friendly but has 70% improved combustion efficiency than fossil fuels

#audi #truthinengineering #ediesel #carbonneutraldiedelfuel #sunfire #alternativeenergy #renewableenergy 
http://sciconcilium.com/audis-e-diesel-truth-in-engineering/
German automobile giant Audi has stood up to it slogan,” Truth in Engineering” by developing Carbon-Neutral Diesel fuel.
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Navy Researchers have created a transparent, bulletproof material called Spinel that can be molded into virtually any shape. http://engt.co/1OYoJvk
The US Naval Research Laboratory announced a major breakthrough in materials science on Thursday. After decades of research and development, the NRL has
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HEY YA'LL !!!!
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At CES 2015, one company within the 3D printing space really stood out. Their name was Voxel8, and what they had come up with had the international media buzzin
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another plastic toy printer company in an already crowded field, not open source (like it should be) spam
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In a test run near Japan’s Mount Fuji, maglev (magnetic levitation) train set surprising record of reaching a top speed of 603km/h in just 11 seconds carrying 49 Japan railway employees. The head of maglev test center Yasukazu Endo claimed that the test run was stable and the pessangers didn’t feel any kind of uncomfort at such high speed
http://www.techestuff.com/2015/04/japans-magnetic-levitation-train-maglev/
In a test run near Japan’s Mount Fuji, maglev (magnetic levitation) train set surprising record of reaching a top speed of 603km/h in just 11 seconds
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+Richard woo yes. Yes it is. 
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New record of atomic clocks; enabling to measure slight differences in the passage of time at different heights from Earth.

#relativitytheory  #atomicclock
Researchers in the US have given their atomic clock a few tweaks, and now that it won’t lose or gain a second in 15 BILLION years, it’s broken the record for the most accurate clock in the world. And not just by a little bit - it’s now three times...
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Try the video below with your headphones on! It really works!
 
This is amazingly cool. #RealSpace #3D sound demo - achieves 3D sound in pure software, and I have to say it works really well. For a moment I forgot I was wearing headphones! Check the demo below. I cant wait for this to be in games, I always have a hard time figuring out where sounds are coming from in #Battlefield . 
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Im ROTL at the 1:4 in 1995.....In the U.S. in 1995, that was more like 2:1 if you had teens in your home....I dont think we had 1:4 since 1895....lol
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What these gecko-bots can do is the equivalent of a human being pulling around a blue whale. That's 20 times stronger than an ant. (Video)
Biologically inspired gecko-bots? They aren’t as rare as you might imagine. We’ve been covering them since 2009, and they’ve existed since at
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Very cool :D
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robot can pull 2000 times its weight, equivalent of a human pulling a blue whale :)
 
2 min video shows robots pulling weights 100-2000 times heavier than the robots; the strongest robot can pull 2000 times its weight, equivalent of a human pulling a blue whale.  The secret of these Stanford built robots is in the adhesives on the robots' feet. 

Machines like these could be useful for hauling heavy things in factories or on construction sites or to carry a rope ladder up to a person trapped on a high floor in a burning building.  

More details at http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn27413-tiny-robots-climb-walls-carrying-more-than-100-times-their-weight.html
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Salmonella is known to cause typhoid, severe food poisoning and other stomach-related maladies. What most people do not know is that certain strains, of this otherwise hostile microbe, have been found to exhibit impressive cancer-killing capabilities. Up until now, scientists have been unable to exploit the bacteria’s medicinal uses, without inducing any unpleasant side effects. However, a new study shows that researchers have finally managed to develop genetically-modified Salmonella, that effectively attacks the tumor, sans the nasty tummy problems. 

#salmonella   #cancertreatment   #bacteria  
Salmonella is known to cause typhoid, severe food poisoning and other stomach-related maladies. What most people do not know is that certain strains, of th
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Researchers at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China, used an experimental gene-editing technique to modify a gene in human embryos that causes a fatal blood disorder. The procedure, which was done in nonviable embryos, was only partially successful, Nature News reported.
Chinese scientists have edited the genomes of human embryos for the first time, confirming a storm of rumors and igniting an ethical debate, news outlets reported yesterday.
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Shape polarization of laser beam radically enhances data transmission effectiveness.

#polarization  #datatransmission  #laser
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