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2014/11/21 12:39
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... researchers have developed a perovskite photodetector that could reduce manufacturing costs and improve the quality of medical and commercial light sensors. Photodetectors are semiconductor...
2014/11/21 12:39
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2014/11/21 08:34
2014/11/21 08:34
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Over the next five years, the amount that the University pays for utilities such as gas and electric is predicted to increase by about 28 percent, or $5 million, said Christopher Powell, assistant...
2014/11/21 02:28
2014/11/21 02:28
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Thursday, November 20, at 9 p.m. ET, CNN Film presents "Ivory Tower," which looks at the problem of college affordability. On the one hand, there's pitched debate over rising tuition costs and...
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2014/11/20 14:31
2014/11/20 14:31
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An international research consortium investigating the functional genome of the mouse have managed to map the creature’s so-called “mission control” centers, and found new clues as to why certain...
2014/11/20 02:51
2014/11/20 02:51
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... up posters to advertise their upcoming production. MIFA needs volunteers to help prepare and send holiday cards during December. Volunteer Mid-South wants volunteers to help with Delivery...
2014/11/19 17:21
2014/11/19 17:21
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There’s a real art to his work: Professor develops way to date and authenticate centuries-old works by using X-rays to unlock the mysteries of masterpieces Richard Johnson uses high-res X-rays to...
2014/11/17 15:39
2014/11/17 15:39
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... other times, the computer's suggestion really misses the mark. Yisong Yue, assistant professor of computing and mathematical sciences, is interested in how systems like these can better...
2014/11/17 14:42
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... the journal Nature Communications. The new technology holds promise for multimodal sensing and signal processing, and to develop optical coding for computing and other information-processing...
2014/11/17 14:39
2014/11/17 14:39
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... printer. The electronic circuits are printed using unique materials in layers on top of everyday flexible materials such as plastic, aluminium foil and even paper. Resistors,...
2014/11/17 08:53
2014/11/17 08:53
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When Alexa “Lexi” and Hunter Ehle presented the idea of a “Socktober” sock collection to their principal, Tyler Kopp, at St. Peter's Lutheran School, they never dreamed they would collect so many...
2014/11/11 22:26
2014/11/11 22:26
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Vincent Smothers at Michigan Reformatory, where he is serving a sentence of fifty to a hundred years. “There’s no atonement,” he says. “I’ve taken people away from people who love them.” Photograph by...
2014/11/10 16:40
2014/11/10 16:40
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Researchers at the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin have achieved a milestone in modern wireless and cellular telecommunications, creating a radically smaller, more...
2014/11/10 13:39
2014/11/10 13:39
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MIT researchers have demonstrated a highly flexible neural probe made entirely of polymers that can both optically stimulate and record neural activity in a mouse spinal cord—a step toward developing...
2014/11/10 11:41
2014/11/10 11:41
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When Nancy Suarez heard that Elk Grove High School would be offering a section of Intro to Engineering for girls only this school year, she dropped lunch hour from her schedule and rearranged her...
2014/11/10 04:44
2014/11/10 04:44
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... the energy needed to power tiny body sensors that hawkishly monitor your health. It's one of many ideas that will get a deep look Wednesday and Thursday in La Jolla, when hundreds of the...
2014/11/10 01:00
2014/11/10 01:00
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Students are learning more than reading, writing and arithmetic at one Hazleton Area school. And their test scores are among the highest in the state. The Hazleton Area Career Center was recently...
2014/11/07 10:08
2014/11/07 10:08
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... to a 911 call to find an elderly patient who's having difficulty breathing. Anxious and disoriented, the patient has trouble remembering all the medications he's taking, and with his...
2014/11/05 05:04
2014/11/05 05:04
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... expert suspects years of poor maintenance. Professor Jan Reynders, of the School of Electrical and Information Engineering at Wits University, said the troubled substation...
2014/11/04 14:08
2014/11/04 14:08
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Up until now, how have scientists studied the behaviour of neurons in controllable environments? A variety of methods are being utilized. These include 2D cell cultures, cells in hydrogels, tissue...
2014/11/04 13:40
2014/11/04 13:40
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Singapore – Eight of Singapore’s top research scientists and engineers have been conferred the 2014 President’s Science and Technology Awards (PSTA) by President Tony Tan Keng Yam at a ceremony held...
2014/11/21 12:39
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