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Remember when Ridley Scott asked people to record videos to be compiled into the Life in a Day movie? Bryan Pijanowski, Purdue University's Soundscape ecologist, wants to repeat the task today, but with audio rather than video. He's developed the Soundscape Recorder app for iOS and Android and is

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You think your liquid-cooled rig is pretty snazzy, don't you? After Purdue researchers get their technology on the streets, that stuff will seriously look like old hat. The team is working on a \"miniature refrigeration system small enough to fit inside laptops and personal computers,\" which would h

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Usually you can't tell that there's a problem with one of your tires until you've already swerved off the road and crashed into something stationary, but thanks to a group of scientists from Purdue University, the next generation of wheel wraps may be able to detect problems before you're face-to-f

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For the second time in the past few months, Purdue University is hitting us up with a newfangled idea to keep future rigs cooler. This go 'round, engineers have purportedly figured out how to \"grow forests of carbon nanotubes onto the surfaces of computer chips to enhance the flow of heat at a crit

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Those mad scientists at Purdue University seem to think they have something big on their hands, with them now claiming that they're \"perfecting\" a new hydrogen-generating technology that they first announced earlier this year. According to the researchers, the technology could represent a \"pollutio

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