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pig in mud
Scientist Cooks Up a Meatless Product for Meat Lovers
February 19, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A researcher says he has created a vegetable-based product that can replicate the taste, texture and nutrition of real meat without the inefficiency of raising livestock or growing test-tube meat.
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Image of a mammoth statue
Future Zoos to Have Woolly Mammoths and Tiger Robots
February 16, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Resurrected extinct species, dolphin brain scans and totally robotic animals are in store for zoos' future, experts say.
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medicine, microchip, innovation, health, wifi, wireless
Implanted Microchip Delivers Meds Remotely
February 16, 2012, Joseph Brownstein, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
The microchip is essentially an implantable medicine bottle in your body.
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Blade Runner screenshot
No 'Blade Runner' Cities in U.S. Future, Expert Says
February 15, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The world is urbanizing, but the U.S. is likely to spread in suburbs, according to a land-use researcher.
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smart prescription bottles
Future Pill Bottles Could Remind Patients to Take Meds
February 14, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Electronic pill dispensers could also help doctors keep in touch with and monitor patients.
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Healthy Eating Rewards
Treat Yourself: IBM Patents System to Reward Healthy Eating
February 14, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A wireless system could track your eating choices and assign rewards for doing the right thing.
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Mood-Reading Smartphones Put Therapist in Your Pocket
February 10, 2012, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
The dozens of sensors in your smartphone could help it read your mood.
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Third Generation Nuclear Reactor
First Next-Gen US Reactor Designed to Avoid Fukushima Repeat
February 09, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The U.S. has approved its first new reactors in more than three decades since it suffered a partial meltdown at Three Mile Island.
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video games, kickstarter, crowdfunding
New Game Raises $1 Million from Online Crowdfunding in a Single Day
February 09, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A game company far exceeded its $400,000 goal and smashed online fundraising records on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter.
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CAMDASS, Space Surgery
New Dimension: 3D Visors Tested for Space Surgery
February 09, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A 3D headset display could guide astronauts through real space surgery with virtual cues.
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better robots, virtual creatures
Virtual Limbed Creatures Key to Legged Robots
February 09, 2012, Zo? Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
A virtual, snakelike robot could serve as a blueprint for real-world legged robots.
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GISTech Competition, Heart Attack Monitor
Heart Attack Monitor Wins US Startup Contest for Middle East
February 03, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A Lebanese startup's idea for a heart attack monitor won a contest sponsored by the U.S. State Department for Middle East entrepreneurs.
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'Social Glasses' May Reveal a Person's True Colors
February 02, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
New "social glasses" could allow the wearer to detect skin-color signs of a person's mood or health.
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New Report Pinpoints NASA's 16 Biggest Space Tech Needs
February 01, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
In an era of many space programs but limited funds, a new report suggests top technologies for NASA to invest in.
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Treated seminiferous tubules
Future Male Birth Control May Zap Sperm with Sound Waves
January 30, 2012, Jennifer Welsh, LiveScience Staff Writer
Two 15-minute treatments two days apart lowered rats' sperm counts significantly.
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water fillter, sand
Cheap, Sustainable Water Filter Made from Seeds and Sand
January 27, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
A tree that's common to water-stressed regions could provide people with homemade water filters.
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Painless Diabetes Monitor, Biochip Sensor Glucose
Tiny Biochip Uses Saliva for Painless Diabetic Testing
January 24, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Diabetes patients could check their blood sugar levels by simply using saliva.
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earthquake, seismograph, tracking
4 Ways Your Data Helps Scientists Track Earthquakes
January 19, 2012, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
Scientists have devised clever ways to extract earthquake information from the public.
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'Twine' Ties Everyday Objects to the Internet
January 16, 2012, Bryan Lufkin, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Twine is vibration, temperature and motion-sensitive.
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Sharif University, Tehran, Iran
Iran's Nanotech Research on the Rise
January 16, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
In spite of sanctions, Iran produces nano-based agricultural products, publishes papers, and graduates 800 nanotech doctorates a year.
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touch-interactive gaming
Real Farmville: iPad Game Would Let Pigs Play with Humans
January 13, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An iPad game concept could put humans and pigs together to play using touch-interactive screens.
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Life Technologies, Human Genome Sequence, DNA Sequencer
New Machine Makes $1,000 Human Genome Scans a Reality
January 11, 2012, Ker Than, InnovationNewsDaily Managing Editor
The new machine could lead to the earlier detections of cancer and other diseases.
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EN-V Smart Cars, General Motors, Networked Cars
Car Talk: 'Connected' Vehicles Will Boost Road Safety
January 11, 2012, Ker Than, InnovationNewsDaily Managing Editor
Vehicle-to-vehicle communication could help make the roads safer and pave the way for self-driving cars.
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Qualcomm Tricorder X Prize, Star Trek Medical Tricorder
$10 Million X Prize Aims to Realize 'Star Trek' Medical Tricorder
January 10, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A $10 million prize is up for grabs for anyone who thinks they can turn the 'Star Trek' medical tricorder into a reality
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