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Scientists Urge Government to Fund Basic Research
Science & Tech  (tags: Science, Research, Funding, Applied Science, Basic Science, Economic Value, Innovation )

Brian
- 12 days ago - cbc.ca
"While applied science is valuable and necessary to keep up in a competitive global economy, we need basic science as well to open new possibilities for true innovation."
Green Energy - Rawlemon's New Betaray Crystal Ball Harvests Light From The Sun, Moon and Clouds - Via Inhabitat
Science & Tech  (tags: Green Energy, Solar Power, Lunar Power, Green Building, Eco-architecture, Innovation, Sustainable design )

Victoria
- 260 days ago - inhabitat.com
a spherical, sun-tracking glass globe that is able to concentrate sunlight and moonlight up to 10,000 times and can also generate thermal energy. The inventor, architect André Broessel, wants them to be incorporated into future architectural design.
ISRAEL21c's Top 10 Stories of 2012
Science & Tech  (tags: science, NewTechnology, research, developments, medicine, biotech, Israel )

Beatrice
- 588 days ago - israel21c.org
Imaginative, exciting and dynamic - Israelis were at the forefront of cutting-edge developments in hundreds of different fields this year, pushing the boundaries in art and culture, biotech, medicine, the environment, science and technology.
5 Innovative Electronics You Need NOW
Science & Tech  (tags: electronics, innovation, technology )

Maye
- 1125 days ago - electricconsumers.org
There is a saying that there's a little child inside each and every one of us. While it can be hard to imagine that the saying is true while you're working two jobs to pay the bills, caring for children and/or aging parents.
'Eureka Moments' and Other Myths About Tech Innovation
Science & Tech  (tags: tech, myths, innovation, idea, creation, discovery )

Sophie
- 1434 days ago - edition.cnn.com
Based on those well-worn historical examples, you might think all inventors, creators and idea dudes are hit with wonderfully brief "eureka moments" that instantly propel our culture to new heights of innovation and discovery.
Black Holes: Peering Into the Heart of Darkness
Science & Tech  (tags: Research, Innovation, Science, Black Holes )

Merissa
- 1522 days ago - mnn.com
Astronomers use infrared "eyes" to shed light on these enigmatic cosmic structures. (Video: Science Nation, Miles O'Brien/Science Nation Correspondent, Kate Tobin/Science Nation Producer)
Solar Plane Cruises to Historic Flight!
Science & Tech  (tags: solar power, solar aircraft, green energy, renewable energy, air travel, clean air, minimizing pollution, innovation )

Rooibos
- 1536 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Confidence soared among the crew of an experimental solar-powered aircraft on Wednesday as it cruised above Switzerland in a historic bid to fly around the clock and prove the value of solar energy.
Solar Plane Prototype in First Test Flight
Science & Tech  (tags: solar travel, innovation, clean energy, clean industries, aircraft )

Rooibos
- 1627 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
prototype solar-powered plane has made its first full test flight - coming closer to the goal of using solar energy to fly around the world. The Solar Impulse, with a wingspan similar to that of a super-jumbo jet but weighing the same as a saloon car, to
Nature-Inspired Innovation: 9 Examples of Biomimicry in Action (Slideshow)
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, biomimicry, science, nature inspired, innovation )

Suri
- 1972 days ago - treehugger.com
Scientist Dr. Ned Allen was inspired by the maple seeds he saw flitting to the earth as a boy, and used that memory for this remote-controlled Nano Air Vehicle that would be utilized by the military for missions in challenging weather.
Blackwell's Unveils Espresso Book Machine - Any Title Printed While You Wait
Science & Tech  (tags: innovation, books.longevity, NewTechnology, accessible culture )

Janet
- 1975 days ago - guardian.co.uk
It's not elegant: it looks like a large photocopier. But the Espresso Book Machine could herald the biggest change for the literary world since Gutenberg invented his printing press more than 500 years ago.
Printing Organs on Demand / How to Print Out a Blood Vessel
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, health, medicine, biotechnology, engineering, innovation, medicine, physics, self assembling, technology )

J.
- 2370 days ago - blogs.zdnet.com
The potential now exists to develop tissue engineered constructs for tissue repair and organ replacement.A tissue-engineering group has succeeded in creating functional blood vessels & cardiac tissue,using a 'printer ' that dispenses cells instead of ink.
100 MPGe Automotive X Prize Offers $10 Million Purse
Science & Tech  (tags: aerodynamics, automobile, biodiesel, cars, competition, concept, diy, electric, fuel economy, hybrid, innovation, race, science, technology, transportationNewTechnology, performance )

Clayton
- 2372 days ago - gas2.org
Teams from around the world are gearing up for the Automotive X Prize, a competition that will award part of $10 million to the team that builds the cleanest production-ready 100 MPGe (mile per gallon equivalent) vehicle.
How Biodiesel Fuel-Cells Could Power The Future (And Your Car)
Science & Tech  (tags: alternative fuels, biodiesel, biofuels, cars, fuel cells, hydrogen, innovation, microtechnology, technology, transportation, vegetable oilnews, discovery, interesting, research, NewTechnology, science, technology )

Clayton
- 2377 days ago - gas2.org
After years of development, the Washington-based company InnovaTek is testing a hand-sized microreactor that can convert virtually any liquid fuel (like biodiesel) into hydrogen, producing a portable hydrogen stream for use in adjoining fuel-cells.
The World's Most Fuel Efficient Car: 285 MPG, Not A Hybrid : Gas 2.0
Science & Tech  (tags: 1-Liter-Car, aerodynamics, cars, concept, diesel, fuel economy, innovation, technology, transportation, VWresearch, car, tech, science )

Clayton
- 2383 days ago - gas2.org
VW created a car that uses only 1 liter of fuel for every 100 km. That's 285 MPG, and it's not a hybrid. It's a super-efficient lightweight diesel. Take a look...
Picture This: Scientists Could Take Photos of Your Memories and Dreams | the Daily Mail
Science & Tech  (tags: science, imagination, dreams, subconscious, memory, discovery, brain, technology, innovation, picture, machine )

Ceci
- 2390 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
Scientists have developed a mind-reading technique which could one day allow them to take pictures of memories and dreams. By comparing brain activity scans, they were able to correctly predict which of 120 pictures someone was focusing on in 90 percent
 

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