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The Urban Challenge, which is to be held November 3, 2007, is a driverless competition to develop technology to keep soldiers out of danger during…
Wednesday, 09 May 2007 20:14

E85 may not be an improvement over gas

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Switching from gasoline to ethanol may not reduce air pollution and improve health conditions, at least according to a study just conducted by a U.S.…
Tuesday, 08 May 2007 20:35

New Theory: Light as a solid

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University of Melbourne and University of Cambridge researchers have brought together optics and condensed matter to form a phase transition with “solid light”: thus, light…
A new US report has concluded that using wind turbines for generating electricity will help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions caused by carbon dioxide (CO2)…
It's amazing how this week's so-called discovery of "Kryptonite" has set the world abuzz. However, there are three facts: the mineral discovered in Serbia is…
Space solar power (SSP) is a concept that has yet-to-be developed, which could convert the energy of the Sun into electrical power from artificially-made satellites…
Friday, 06 April 2007 03:00

Use math to predict baseball games

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The use of mathematics may not seem very interesting to the average person, but U.S. math professor, and N.Y. Mets fan, Bruce Bukiet can consistently…
The proton-proton Large Hadron Collider (LHC) particle accelerator is being built at Geneva, Switzerland’s CERN—the world’s largest particle physics laboratory. However, a support assembly structure…
Monday, 26 March 2007 19:50

Sugar-fuelled batteries - sweet!

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Batteries powered by anything sugary - even flat lemonade - could run gadgets up to four times longer than conventional lithium ion batteries.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque, New Mexico  have developed a way to turn water into ice in nanoseconds, where one nanosecond is equal…

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