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Marines Transform Trash into Energy Savings
November 16, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
A slow-bake trash disposal technology could help U.S. Marines eliminate trash and get energy at the same time.
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US Military Targets Friendly-Fire Deaths from Drones
November 15, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
Optical tags worn by U.S. troops and enemy gunfire detectors may prevent fatal friendly fire strikes by Air Force drones.
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Tiny Scout Robot Could Double As Suicide Drone for Army
November 14, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The US military wants new weapons that blur the line between lethal drones and smart bullets.
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Fuel Cells 'Technology of Choice' to Power US Military Drones
November 09, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A U.S. military report pushes for fuel cells to become a technology of choice for powering drones and supplying electricity to bases.
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US Military Seeks to Turn Planes into Satellite Launchers
November 07, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Pentagon wants an airborne launch system for satellites that's both faster and three times cheaper than ground-based launches.
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Economic Ties Could Help Prevent US-China War
November 01, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The best deterrent against war between the U.S. and China may come in the form of dollars rather than military hardware.
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Mind-Controlled Virtual Helicopters Could Aid Prosthetics
October 27, 2011, Charles Q. Choi, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
Unlike other brain-computer interfaces, the new system does not require a surgical brain implant.
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Air Force Offers Innovation Prizes in Budget-Cutting Era
October 21, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The Air Force has used prize money to find crowd-sourced solutions for stopping vehicles in a non-lethal manner and for humanitarian air drops.
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Military Dangles $15,000 Prize for Helicopter Fast-Rope Solution
October 20, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The U.S. military is calling all inventors to find a safer way to get down from hovering helicopters.
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MIT Tests Radar for US Soldiers to See Through Walls
October 18, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The U.S. military may get a see-through-walls system to look for enemy threats before kicking down the doors.
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Military Seeks Sensor to Gauge Brain's Reaction to Stories
October 11, 2011, Stuart Fox, InnovationNewsDaily Assistant Editor
DARPA program Narrative Networks looks to understand and detect how listening to stories changes your neurobiology.
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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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Journalist Aims to Create War Reporting Simulator
September 29, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
An upcoming video game could help journalists train for reporting in a warzone.
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New Air Force Missile Could Disable Enemy Electronics
September 26, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The new missile could use microwaves to disable enemy vehicles and bases without risk of collateral damage.
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Gamification Increasingly Transforms Life into Play
September 23, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
The gamification trend aims to put the fun in everything from shopping to health and education.
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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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School Experiment Uses Games & No Homework
September 19, 2011, Jeremy Hsu, InnovationNewsDaily Senior Writer
A third grade classroom has boosted students' reading and math scores by using educational video games and no homework.
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Lego's Augmented Reality App Shows You What's Inside the Box
September 16, 2011, Meghan J. McDonough,
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Intel Disaster Simulator Turns Preparedness Into a Game
September 13, 2011, Avram Piltch,
Online, multiplayer environments could help prep for disaster response.
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Top 10 Technologies of the 9/11 Age
September 09, 2011, Andrea Leontiou, InnovationNewsDaily Contributor
As soon as the dust cleared on Ground Zero, the 9/11 attacks began inspiring a new generation of defense-related technologies.
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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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September 07, 2011, Ross Toro, InnovationNewsDaily Graphic Designer
Roadside bombs have caused the most U.S. military casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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U.S. Army Orders First Suicide Drones
September 06, 2011, InnovationNewsDaily Staff
The Switchblade drone gives soldiers a robotic aerial weapon capable of waiting for the right moment to strike.
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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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