Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Where and when the brain recognizes, categorizes an object
Interplanetary dust particles carry water and organics

DNA-built nanoparticles target cancer tumors, deal with toxicity
The Cities With The Best Public Transportation In The U.S.

Is 3-D Printing Better For The Environment?
A Flying Lifeguard Robot Could Save You From Drowning

5 Visions For The Consumer Products Of 2030
3D Printed Custom Insoles Made From a Ten Second Video Of Your Foot
How Bioelectronics Promise A Future Cure For Cancer
This Insanely Loud Sound System Simulates the Roar of a Rocket Launch
The Class Of 2014: The New Mayors Who Are Building The Future Of America's Cities
8 Amazing Getaways For Architecture Buffs
7 Rules For Selling In A World That Has Enough Stuff
The New Object-Tracking Craze Ensures You'll Never Lose Anything Again
A Holodeck Videogame Designed to Train Soldiers
This space fly proves that humans aren't cut for interplanetary travel
Scientists Use Acid to Turn Blood Cells into Stem Cells in 30 Minutes
23 of the Biggest Machines Ever Moved On Wheels
Scientists Digitize Psychology’s Most Famous Brain
The Next Big Thing You Missed: A Tiny Startup’s Plot to Beat Google at Big Data
By 2030 U.S. Army will replace 25% of soldiers with robots
Jade Rabbit Goes Quiet on the Moon

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