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The ultimate internet on your television
Your dream car cruises over your television screen in an advertisement and one click transforms your TV into a virtual car dealership. You see price lists, contact data and a model of the car that customers can vary as they like.
Manufacturing high quality nanowire solar cells
Researchers have developed a solution-based technique for fabricating core/shell nanowire solar cells using the semiconductors cadmium sulfide for the core and copper sulfide for the shell. These inexpensive and easy-to-make nanowire solar cells hold great promise for future solar cell technology.
Hydrogen powered prototype boat for inland waterways
One of the most efficient means of transporting freight is by ship. However, many of the ships sailing today are powered by ageing diesel motors fitted with neither exhaust cleaning equipment nor or modern control systems.
Miniature oxygen generators improve anticancer treatment
Researchers have created and tested a miniature device, seen here, that can be implanted in tumors to generate oxygen, boosting the killing power of radiation and chemotherapy.
Software acts as Cameraman
It’s not the camera that makes the picture, but the cameraman. Now, it can be creatively reworked after taking the picture with software by changing the depth of field and angle of view.
4-D microscope?
New microscope might see beneath skin - in 4 dimensions, other devices can take 3-D pictures of tissue below the surface of skin, but this new microscope adds an extra dimension: a spectroscopic "fingerprint" that measures the wavelength (or color) of light reflected off each point within a sample in a single snapshot.
Researchers discovery turns seaweed into biofuel in half the time
University of Illinois scientists have engineered a new strain of yeast that converts seaweed into biofuel in half the time it took just months ago.
Lighter and stronger wind turbine blades
Wind turbine blades made from polyurethane and reinforced with carbon nanotubes outperforms currently used materials.
Nuclear power plants proposed for settlements on distant planets and moons
The first nuclear power plant being considered for production of electricity for manned or unmanned bases on the Moon, Mars and other planets may really look like it came from outer space, according to a leader of the project who spoke here today at the 242nd National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society.
Plastic flexible electronics for the future
New research has advanced the field of plastic-based flexible electronics by developing, for the first time, an extremely large molecule that is stable, possesses excellent electrical properties, and inexpensive to produce.

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