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Nah, the researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute won't be crowned the first to develop a flexible (or paper-based, for that matter) battery, but their minuscule prototype \"is an integrated device, not a combination of pieces\" as others typically are. The battery uses \"paper infused with an

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Nah, it's not quite a throwback to the 80s, but Zane Van Dusen has co-developed \"a computer interface that tracks the movement of a user's head to allow them to produce electronic sounds and compose music on a virtual keyboard in both solo and ensemble settings.\" The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institut

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Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have announced that they've developed a new type of glue that's not only inexpensive, but can supposedly bond \"nearly anything\" together. To create the so-called \"nanoglue,\" the team created a thin layer of \"molecular chains\" with a carbon backbone an

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