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Thursday, 13 March 2008 03:23

Women's ingenuity makes 2/23/08 special on Mars

The Mars Exploration Rovers have been controlled, driven, and communicated with for over four years by both men and women on a daily basis. However to celebrate National Women’s History Month (March 2008) an all-woman’s team was in charge of the rover Spirit on February 23, 2008.       
Published in Space
Scientists, engineers, and architects at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge)  are working on the "City Car," a rechargeable, two-passenger vehicle that promotes socially responsible transportation in heavily populated and pollution congested urban centers.        
Published in Energy
A high-tech "virtual border fence" system involving towers, cameras, and radar has been tested on the border between Arizona and Mexico to deter illegal immigrants, drug smugglers, and terrorists from crossing between the United States and Mexico. The Boeing system has been approved by the U.S. government.          
Published in Climate

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