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Rain-Catching Coat Purifies Water for Drinking
October 13, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
You don't need an umbrella when you have a coat capable of turning rain into purified drinking water.
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US Navy's Hope for Carrier-Based Drone Takes Flight
October 10, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A military drone intended to take off from and land on aircraft carriers makes a milestone flight.
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US Military Spending on Clean Energy Explodes
October 04, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The military boosts spending on renewable energy and energy efficiency to save lives.
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Nanowires Give Cardiac Victims Real Heart of Gold
September 26, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Gold nanowires help cardiac arrest-damaged hearts beat on their own.
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The Business of Innovation Quickly Becoming a Game
September 23, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An idea-sharing game designed to encourage innovation has helped governments and corporations save money in tough economic times.
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Game Designer's Concussion Inspires Game for Better Health
September 23, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An upcoming game called SuperBetter promises to help anyone work for better health goals such as losing weight or keeping diabetes in check.
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Military Battles Information Overload from Robot Swarms
September 07, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Multitasking gets harder on the battlefield when soldiers must direct robots and watch for enemies.
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Cooling Tech for Army Aviators Is Out of Reach for Grunts
September 06, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The Army hopes to create lighter, more mobile cooling tech for the crews of helicopters and tanks.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Rise of the Drones
September 06, 2011, Karl Tate, InnovationNewsDaily Infographic Artist
Drones have become a main U.S. counterterrosim weapon since the September 11 attacks
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French Animation Schools Push Film Envelope
September 02, 2011, Michael Schirber, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Two schools in Paris are changing animation by training the next generation of Pixar and Dreamworks geniuses.
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Seal Team Six Needs a New Doggy Cam
August 30, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Special Forces unit that took down Osama bin Laden needs a camera for its four-legged warrior.
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X Prize's $1.4 Million Contest Aims to Pump Up Oil Cleanup Tech
August 29, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
10 teams are competing to see who can clean up on oil and $1.4 million in prizes.
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Hovering Drone Transforms into Winged Aircraft in First Test
August 15, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The Flexrotor drone takes off like a helicopter and flies like an airplane
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Clear Rubber Makes Detailed 3-D Imaging Portable
August 11, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The new 3-D imaging technique could help CSI investigators and help detect cancerous skin growths.
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'Mommy Suit' Lets Men Experience Pregnancy
August 10, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
Men, you don't have to deliver the baby, but the least you can do is feel what it's like to carry it.
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Injected Goop Could Mend Soldiers' Faces
August 05, 2011, Zoe Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
An injected solution may help repair facial injuries that soldiers suffer on the battlefield.
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Inventions Ahead of Their Time: The Talking Doll
August 04, 2011, Morgen E. Peck, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Dolls began talking in the 1800s, but no one started listening until almost 80 years later.
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Plastic Tools Will Hunt Down Future Pandemics
August 03, 2011, Andrea Leontiou, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
In the future these scrapers and brushes could stand between you and disease.
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In New MoMA Exhibit, Borders Between Internet, Real World Blur
August 01, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
The new MoMA exhibit "Talk to Me" highlights how contemporary design blurs the boundary between online and offline worlds.
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Drivers to Brake Cars with Thoughts, Not Pedal
August 01, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Using drivers' brain signals could alert cars to brake ahead of time and prevent deadly crashes
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Supercomputer Data Network Links Researchers at Blazing Download Speeds
July 13, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Department of Energy wants to link its supercomputers with a network 1000-times faster than current broadband.
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Big Pharma's Lack of Risk-Taking Hurts Medical Innovation
July 13, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A former pharmaceutical industry insider explains how Big Pharma must get over its fear of risk in seeking breakthrough drugs.
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Video Game Property Insurance Protects Virtual Goods
July 07, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Insurance for online gamers could prevent angry disputes or even murder over virtual items.
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Separating Chromosomes Key to Applied Genetics
July 05, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
You can't use genes for medicine if you can't separate out the chromosomes they're on.
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Deadly Dance Between Taliban and U.S. Forces Mirrors Predator and Prey Evolution
June 30, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Both insurgents and U.S. forces face a deadly game of adaptation.
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