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Tractor Beams Get Real: Energy Ray Moves Tiny Objects
September 08, 2010, Mike Lucibella, Inside Science News Service
Once the stuff of science fiction, beams are now becoming reality.
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Going Deep: The Future of Technology in the National Football League
September 07, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Expect America's hard-hitting game to get even more wired in the seasons ahead.
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The Future: Incredible Shrinking Cities
September 07, 2010, Wil Milan, TechNewsDailiy Contributor
The future belongs to cities that are smaller, more flexible, and very connected.
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LEGO MoonBot From New Jersey Wins Competition
September 07, 2010, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
A team of eighth-grade students from New Jersey has won 1st place for its miniature lunar rover made entirely out of LEGO pieces.
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Nanotech-Infused Cotton Provides Fast, Cheap Water Filtration
September 03, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
An electric current and silver nanowires drops the monetary and time costs of producing clean water.
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Controversial Program Tracks Preschoolers with Electronic Tags
September 02, 2010, Linda Rosencrance, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Officials in Contra Costa County, Ca. are using RFID technology to track some 240 preschoolers.
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Shapeshifting Robot Plane Flies in Bad Weather
September 02, 2010, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Shapeshifting edges on robot planes could soon help them fly into storms to aid in search-and-rescue missions at sea.
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Airbag Designer Casts Eye on NASA's Escape Ship
September 01, 2010, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
New airbag technology that mimics nature’s way of protecting seed embryos could take the bumps out of spacecraft landings.
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Silk and Gold Device Could Serve As Implantable Biosensor
August 19, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
An implantable metamaterial radio could transmit sensor data directly from the body to the doctor.
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Tiny Radio Antennas Could Replace Building Wiring
August 18, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
New air conditioning and heating systems as well as smoke alarms could be hooked up cheaply and wirelessly.
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Whisky and Green Energy Team Up in Scotland
August 18, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Wave power and biofuel turn the Scotch industry into a green business.
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Deepest Probe of a Magnet's Workings Could Boost Computers
August 11, 2010, TechNewsDaily Staff
Computer that never have to boot up and sharper medical scans are applications.
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Your Oil Spill Cleanup Idea Could be Worth $1.4 Million
July 29, 2010, Samantha Murphy, Senior Staff Writer
A new X Prize Foundation competition is challenging entrepreneurs, innovators and scientists worldwide to develop better technology to aid the cleanup efforts.
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Fuel-Efficient Finalist Vehicles Announced for Auto X Prize
July 28, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Nine vehicles remain to compete for a piece of the $10 million Progressive Insurance Automotive X Prize
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Sky’s the Limit for Kite Power
July 09, 2010, Michelle Bryner, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Kite energy could rival solar panels and wind turbines in the future as a source of renewable electricity.
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'Programmable Matter' Could Lead to Universal Toolbox
June 28, 2010, Charles Q. Choi, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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‘Futurama’ Tech That's Real Now
June 23, 2010, Stuart Fox, Tech News Daily Staff Writer
Futurama is back on the air after numerous cancelations, but much of the technology in the show never went away.
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'Invisible Dress' Reveals What's Behind the Wearer
May 27, 2010, Bill Christensen, Technovelgy.com
Camera in back displays the scene on the front of the dress.
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'Iron Man' Reflects Hidden Side of U.S. Innovation
May 07, 2010, Jeremy Hsu, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Iron Man 2 puts an optimistic face on U.S. innovation with wealthy, geeky industrialist Tony Stark.
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Gigapixel Display Similar to Blade Runner Photo Analysis
April 05, 2010, Bill Christensen, Technovelgy.com
A new gigapixel image display might be too big for your futuristic apartment.
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Bionic Humans: Top 10 Technologies
March 24, 2010, Maggie Koerth-Baker, Contributor
Scientists are getting closer to creating a bionic human, or at least a $6 million one.
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Beyond the Mouse: 5 Ways We’ll Interface With Future Computers
March 14, 2010, Adam Hadhazy, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
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The End of Silicon May Be in Sight
November 04, 2009, Lamont Wood, TechNewsDaily Contributor
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