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07.23.12
Fake jellyfish made from rat cells have a place in our hearts (video)
07.23.12

Fake jellyfish made from rat cells have a place in our hearts (video)

There's a whole sea of jellyfish out there ready to sting indiscriminately. So, why do we keep try...

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07.01.12
New fuel cell keeps on going even once the fuel's dried up
07.01.12

New fuel cell keeps on going even once the fuel's dried up

Vanadium oxide seems to be the go-to guy in power storage right now. A new solid-oxide fuel cell -...

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05.17.12
Mind-operated robot arm helps paralyzed woman have her cup o' joe (video)
05.17.12

Mind-operated robot arm helps paralyzed woman have her cup o' joe (video)

Researchers at the Braingate2 consortium have made a breakthrough that allows people with spinal c...

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04.25.12
Harvard tired of overpaying for research, tells faculty to open up
04.25.12

Harvard tired of overpaying for research, tells faculty to open up

The grand dame of Ivy League schools is taking action against one of higher learning's pet peeves:...

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12.06.11
Aluminum oxide 'egg-carton' could improve quantum dot efficiency
12.06.11

Aluminum oxide 'egg-carton' could improve quantum dot efficiency

Quantum dots have been deemed the future of everything from light bulbs, to displays and solar pa...

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06.16.11
Harvard's Kilobot project does swarm robots on the cheap (video)
06.16.11

Harvard's Kilobot project does swarm robots on the cheap (video)

We've certainly seen plenty of swarm robots before, but few of those are cheap enough to let yo...

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03.31.11
Carbon nanotubes used to more easily detect cancer cells, HIV
03.31.11

Carbon nanotubes used to more easily detect cancer cells, HIV

Cancer's not slowing its march to ruining as many lives as it possibly can, so it's always pleasing...

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02.11.11
Researchers from Harvard and MITRE announce world's first programmable nanoprocessor
02.11.11

Researchers from Harvard and MITRE announce world's first programmable nanoprocessor

We've seen plenty of breakthroughs involving nanowires over the years, but none of those have invol...

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01.18.11
Harvard University controls worm with laser, we wait for choreographed dance moves (video)
01.18.11

Harvard University controls worm with laser, we wait for choreographed dance moves (video)

Researchers at Harvard University's Center For Brain Science have successful manipulated nematode C...

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