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  • Computers Get Help from the Human Brain
    on Nov 30, 2010
    Tapping into the processing power of the human brain could help computers with some tasks.Search me: Researchers at Columbia University use signals from an electroencephalogram (EEG) device (worn) to help search rapidly through images.Credit: Ne...
  • Ultrasound Gets More Portable
    on Nov 29, 2010
    Phone, meet probe: An image of a fetus at 23 weeks is displayed on Mobisante’s phone-based ultrasound device. The probe connects to the device through a USB port.Credit: MobisanteTwo years ago, computer engineers at Washington University...
  • Who Cares What Everyone Else Thinks?
    on Nov 28, 2010
    A new study suggests that social factors can get you to try something—but not necessarily to buy it.Few products today launch without a social media strategy—a way of creating online buzz around whatever's being sold. The widespread belief is tha...
  • Wind Project Shows How China and the U.S. Can Get Along
    on Nov 27, 2010
    Even as a trade dispute puts the countries at odds, some are finding ways to work together.Getting in gear: Workers at a wind-turbine factory owned by A-Power in Shenyang, China, maneuver a gearbox into place. Major components made at this facto...
  • The Key Ingredient to Effective Cancer Treatments
    on Nov 25, 2010
    About 50 percent of cancer patients have tumors that are resistant to radiation because of low levels of oxygen—a state known as hypoxia. A startup in San Francisco is developing proteins that could carry oxygen to tumors more effectively, increasi...
  • A Spot of Blood Reveals Your Age
    on Nov 24, 2010
    A new forensic test can estimate a person's age, to within nine years, from blood at the scene of a crime.Crime scene investigators may soon have a new tool—one that could let them determine a suspect or victim's age from a bloodstain.Researchers i...
  • How to Train Your Own Brain
    on Nov 23, 2010
    A new way to create and interpret real-time brain scans could help addicts control their cravings.Crime scene investigators may soon have a new tool—one that could let them determine a suspect or victim's age from a bloodstain.Researchers in the Ne...
  • A Hybrid Underwater Robot
    on Nov 22, 2010
    Combining the best characteristics of earlier systems, researchers have built a new type of autonomous deep-ocean explorer that could revolutionize marine biology.All wet: Tethys is a new autonomous underwater vehicle developed by the Monterey B...
  • ENERGY - Chinese Project Puts Cow Dung to Work A massive biogas facility will turn manure from dairy farms into electricity and fertilizer.
    on Nov 22, 2010
    Gas burner: Huishan Dairy in China has installed four of these GE Jenbacher 420 engines to generate electricity from biogas.Credit: GEA rapidly growing industry in China—dairy farming—is also a major new source of greenhouse-gas emissions. B...
  • NASA Launches Nanosatellite to Study Life in Space
    on Nov 22, 2010
    The tiny propellant-free satellite will conduct astrobiology research.The nanosatellite called O/OREOS being worked on. Credit: NASAOn Friday, a small, 5.5 kilogram satellite was launched into low earth orbit aboard a United States Air Force rocket.
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