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02.20.17
DNA 'computers' could lead to self-activated smart pills
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DNA 'computers' could lead to self-activated smart pills

DNA is capable of monitoring the nearby environment and judging when to release chemicals.

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07.20.15
Nanowires help produce hydrogen fuel using sunlight
07.20.15

Nanowires help produce hydrogen fuel using sunlight

These developmental nanowires can make hydrogen fuel from water using sunlight

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10.09.14
Engadget Daily: Amazon's first store, HTC's new selfie phone and more!
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10.09.14

Engadget Daily: Amazon's first store, HTC's new selfie phone and more!

Today, we go hands-on with HTC's Desire Eye, learn about Amazon's first brick-and-mortar store, cr...

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07.05.13
Solar Team Eindhoven crafts solar-powered family car (video)
07.05.13

Solar Team Eindhoven crafts solar-powered family car (video)

The solar-powered cars we've seen to date are usually built for just one person -- not very useful...

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Uncovering the intersection of art and technology - Nov 16, 2017
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10.28.11
New high-precision eye surgery robot helps doctors stay sharp
10.28.11

New high-precision eye surgery robot helps doctors stay sharp

A researcher at the Netherland's Eindhoven University of Technology has invented a new type of ey...

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12.24.10
Dutch scientists develop half million euro, 'affordable' super laser
12.24.10

Dutch scientists develop half million euro, 'affordable' super laser

The folks at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have lovingly referred to their latest contr...

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08.25.10
Guust Hilte's tactile texting device solves the 'every pixel feels the same' problem (video)
08.25.10

Guust Hilte's tactile texting device solves the 'every pixel feels the same' problem (video)

Moving away from buttons on phones has lead to a higher level of design purity, but has also made l...

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