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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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Using Fungi to Transform Lead into a Safer Mineral
January 12, 2012, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
Scientists might one day harness fungi to help clean up lead-polluted places around the world.
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Marines' Ballistic Underwear Must Also Be Comfy
January 12, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Better battlefield underwear could protect against blast fragments and feel silky smooth against the skin.
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CES 2012 Day One Wrap-Up: Top 8 Stories You May Have Missed
January 09, 2012, Anna Attkisson, LAPTOP Managing Editor
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Japan's Robot Farmers Could Save the Tsunami Disaster Zone
January 06, 2012, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Japan looks to robots to save and revitalize thousands of acres of farmland left ruined by its mega disaster.
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Gliding Robot Unfolds Bat or Locust Wings to Fly
December 27, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A robot capable of hopping and gliding from tall places uses wings inspired by bats and locusts.
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Navy's Flying Drone Would Launch from Submarine's Trash Disposal
December 27, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A kamikaze drone designed for use by Army soldiers may also become an aerial scout for Navy submarines.
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December 16, 2011, by, staff
The Joes are back in an all-new live action adventure, and we have the first trailer for you here!
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NASA Scientists Want to Harpoon Comets
December 14, 2011, Joseph Castro, InnovationNewsDaily Staff Writer
How do you collect comet samples? With a harpoon, of course.
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Fish "Walks" Underwater
December 12, 2011, by, staff
An African lungfish, viewed from above, moving underwater first by moving its fins in an alternating pattern and then using a synchronized pattern
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Robot Surgeon Tech Aims to Fix NASA Satellites
December 06, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A robotic surgeon could go from fixing heart disease patients to repairing satellites, space stations or moon bases.
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Milky Way Shreds Dwarf Galaxy Into Four Star Streams
December 01, 2011, by, staff
As a dwarf galaxy, in this case Sagittarius, falls into bigger galaxies (Milky Way), it has been known that tails of stars are pulled out of the dwarf by gargantuan tidal force. Astronomers have disc…
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Amazing Aurora Over Sweden - Time-Lapsed
November 30, 2011, by, staff
Vibrant Northern Lights filled the night sky over Abisko National Park on November 28, 2011. Chad Blakley ( captured this stunning time-lapse video.
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Tomorrow's World: What Sustainable Cities May Be Like
November 23, 2011, Katherine Tweed, InnovationNewsDailyContributor
Cities of the future aim to marry sustainable architecture and ecology.
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New Sticky Tape Could Let Humans Scale Walls Like Spiderman
November 21, 2011, Zo? Macintosh, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Scientists say the new insect tape is unique in that it can be reused thousands of times.
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BiKN Makes iPhone Into Keychain Tracker
November 18, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Losing your keys may be a thing of the past with this handy item.
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US Army Launches Hypersonic Weapon Test Flight
November 17, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A debut by the Army's hypersonic weapon vehicle could lead to a U.S. capability to strike anywhere in the world within an hour.
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iDigiTip Makes Touch Screens Easier
November 17, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
If you have trouble with tiny keyboards, then iDigiTip is for you.
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Wild Cat Territory in Danger
November 16, 2011, by, staff
Rare tigers and other wild cats spotted by a WWF Tiger team in Bukit Tigapuluh, Indonesia.
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Sea Temperatures Help Predict Fires In South America
November 15, 2011, by, staff
Scientists have been able to correlate sea surface temperatures in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean to patterns of fires in South America seen by satellites. This model can be used as an early warning …
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Skywatchers Look to Cloud for Storing 'Tsunami' of Data
November 10, 2011, Francie Diep, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Astronomers are struggling to store and analyze the tsunami of data generated by telescopes and space missions.
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Android App Keeps Citizen Journalists Honest
November 09, 2011, Bryan Lufkin, TechNewsDaily Contributor
The app can sniff out cellphone photos that have been altered.
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JANE ESPENSON's Husbands @ NYCC 2011 - Uncut
November 07, 2011, by, staff
The writer and cast members Cheeks &amp; Sean Hemeon talk about the web series and more at New York Comic Con.
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Einstein’s Trick: Quasar Details Now Seen with Gravitational Lenses
November 04, 2011, by, staff
Using the Universe's built-in magnifying glasses, phenomena called gravitational macro-lens and micro-lensing, astrophysics can precisely assess the size, shape and color profile of a quasar.
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A Rotisserie That Fits in a Briefcase
November 01, 2011, Jesse Emspak, TechNewsDaily Contributor
Who says you can't keep the summer barbecue season going?
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