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Story Tips From the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory February 2013
HEALTH - Neutron imaging breast cancer, MATERIALS - Grand-scale graphene, CLIMATE - Adapting to change, TECH TRANSFER - Bridging the Gap event
Schematics for future weapons to be rendered in 3-D
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a 3-D picture worth?
3D microchip created
New type of microchip created which not only moves information from left to right and back to front, but up and down as well
Smooth ride at 300 km/h
Serious shocks need serious shock absorption, in space as well as on the ground. Now high-performance racing cars are driving more smoothly on space-ready rubber from ESA spacecraft.
In-brain monitoring shows memory network
Working with patients with electrodes implanted in their brains, researchers at the University of California, Davis, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) have shown for the first time that areas of the brain work together at the same time to recall memories. The unique approach promises new insights into how we remember details of time and place.
Virtual game brings cinema collection into focus
A brand new virtual game involving a group of rebels whose quest is to regain the world of cinema from a futuristic government that has banned all films is being launched by the University of Exeter's cinema museum.
Ultra-compact 3-axis accelerometer with embedded microcontroller: Advanced motion-recognition capabilities, sensor hub
STMicroelectronics, a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications and the world's top manufacturer of MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems), today announced details of a miniature smart sensor that combines a 3-axis accelerometer with an embedded microcontroller together in an ultra-compact 3x3x1mm LGA package for advanced custom motion-recognition capabilities.
Machine Designers Reference Manual
Designers at all levels of experience need a handy, comprehensive reference that helps them get the job done faster... and better. Machine Designers Reference by J. Marrs fulfills the need, and then some.
World's Most Powerful Engine Blazes Path for Space Launch System Advanced Propulsion
To help develop the nation's future heavy lift rocket, NASA resurrected the world's most powerful rocket engine ever flown -- the mighty F-1 that powered the Saturn V rocket-- and test fired its gas generator today at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.
New concrete used to increase bridge life span
Purdue University research is enabling Indiana to improve bridges in the state with a new "internally cured" high-performance concrete.

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