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04.22.16
Accidental discovery could help batteries last years longer
04.22.16

Accidental discovery could help batteries last years longer

While fiddling with nanowire and gel, scientists made a battery lasting over 200,000 charge cycles.

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09.25.15
ICYMI: Farming indoors, realistic robot baby study and more
09.25.15

ICYMI: Farming indoors, realistic robot baby study and more

Today we round up the creepy robo-baby, some interesting indoor farming techniques and how Bluetooth helped a paraplegic man walk.

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05.14.14
UC Irvine School of Medicine outfits students with Google Glass
05.14.14

UC Irvine School of Medicine outfits students with Google Glass

Medical schools have been eyeing Google Glass for some time, but the UC Irvine School of Medicine...

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02.12.13
UC Irvine's iMedEd Initiative is a 2012-13 Apple Distinguished Program
02.12.13

UC Irvine's iMedEd Initiative is a 2012-13 Apple Distinguished Program

The University of California, Irvine has announced that its innovative medical education progra...

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01.06.12
Grad students forge digital light projector into medical imaging device, can't find dates
01.06.12

Grad students forge digital light projector into medical imaging device, can't find dates

If it's a geek badge of honor to find an entirely new use for something, then the grad students a...

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08.03.11
OutRun AR project lets you game and drive at the same time, makes us drool
08.03.11

OutRun AR project lets you game and drive at the same time, makes us drool

Cool game, or coolest game ever? That's the question we were asking ourselves when we first cam...

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08.15.10
California universities use iPads to report news, diagnose heart conditions; Penn State students are like, 'what's an iPad?'
08.15.10

California universities use iPads to report news, diagnose heart conditions; Penn State students are like, 'what's an iPad?'

As you know, colleges and universities love throwing in "free" gadgets to justify bumping up their...

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05.28.10
Undulating Flux project uses Wiimotes, Arduino boards to transmit dancer's movements
05.28.10

Undulating Flux project uses Wiimotes, Arduino boards to transmit dancer's movements

Undulating Flux is UC Irvine student David Resnick's attempt at creating a "sensory augmentation sys...

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09.13.08
UC Irvine to compare WoW players from America, China
09.13.08

UC Irvine to compare WoW players from America, China

The University of California at Irvine has been granted $100,000 to study the differences between C...

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