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SXSW: Tech Can Provide the Tonic for Wasteful Medicine
March 16, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Data analysis turns your computer in the next miracle drug.
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SXSW: Modern Cities Defy Sci-Fi Predictions
March 15, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
The future of cities has arrived, and it looks very different from the predictions of sci-fi authors.
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For Trauma Survivors, Virtual Reality May Be New Way to Cope
March 14, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Virtual reality may bring new life to those suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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U.S. Lags Even Developing World in Using Cell Phones as Wallets
March 11, 2011, Molika Ashford, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Cell phones are the future of money, but not in the U.S.
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Avatars Go to School: Virtual Classroom Could Help the Disabled
March 03, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Students with disabilities could interact with mentors and personalizedavatars to learn science and math.
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Synthetic Vaccine May Fight Malaria, HIV
February 28, 2011, Janelle Weaver, InnovationNewsDaily Contributing Writer
A special nanoparticle coating may enable vaccines to cure currently ineradicable diseases.
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Brainpower: Human Minds May Soon Control Prosthetic Limbs
February 23, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Brain-controlled robotic limbs could soon give paralyzed individuals a new chance at mobility.
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Big Rigs Go Aerodynamic, Thanks to Supercomputers
February 09, 2011, TechNewsDaily Staff
Modeling of airflow around tractor trailers outfitted with drag-reducing components points to fuel savings.
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Private Spaceflight Innovators Attract NASA's Attention
February 08, 2011, Leonard David, SPACE.com’s Space Insider Columnist
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Q&A: NASA Tech Chief on ‘Sputnik’ Moments and Innovation
January 31, 2011, Samantha Murphy, SPACE.com Senior Writer
NASA Technology Chief Bobby Braun discusses what lies ahead for America's spach tech program.
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NASA Reveals New Tech Ideas to Explore Final Frontier
January 31, 2011, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
For the first time NASA has solicited public input in discussing future space technology.
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Invisibility Cloak Hides Objects From Sonar
January 07, 2011, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
A new material that bends and twists sound waves could allow stealth submarines to evade underwater sonar.
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GRAPHIC: Your Computer is Going Away
December 13, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
After twenty years of theorizing, computers are finally making the jump out of the PC era and into a new digital age.
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New Smart Wallets Harder to Open When Finances Are Low
December 10, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Researchers at MIT have developed three "smart wallets" equipped with technology to help you stay on budget.
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The Future Is Here: Cyborgs Walk Among Us
December 08, 2010, Jeremy Hsu, LiveScience Senior Writer
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Neuron-Like Computer Hardware Finally Gets Software
December 06, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
The "cat brain" computer finally has an OS.
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'Shoe Radar' to Help You Find Your Way When GPS Signal Fades
December 03, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Step-tracking tech could help people lost in caves, for example.
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Future e-Readers Could Be Made of Paper
November 24, 2010, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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Video: Holographic Pop Star Takes Japan by Storm
November 11, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Japan's latest pop star isn't a human. Hell, it isn't even a robot, it's a hologram.
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Sun-Soaked Roadways' Heat Could Be Harnessed to Make Electricity
November 09, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Solar cells, water-filled pipes and futurisitc electronic roads could reap energy from the sun.
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New Brain Machine Reads Minds in Modest Breakthrough
October 27, 2010, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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New Class of Liquid Crystals Could Lead to Sharper Displays
October 06, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Crystals could switch from bright to dark twice as fast as current materials.
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Supercomputer That Sees Like Humans Could Drive Robotic Vehicles
September 16, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
The visual system draws inspiration from how mammals like us perceieve the world.
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Captured Sound Waves Could Power Cell Phones While You Talk
September 14, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Tiny generators could convert vocal vibrations into electricity.
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NFL's Behind-the-Scenes Super Bowl: Tech-Savvy Crowd vs. Old Guard
September 09, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily staff writer
TechNewsDaily goes behinds the scenes of how new tech enters the NFL.
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