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Using Google+ Hangouts for Internal Team Communication - Small Business Trends

Google has begun rolling out some new features for Google+ Hangouts, including the consolidation of key function tools like invites, chat and frequently used apps on the sidebar, along with colorful notifications for different functions.

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3D printing: The hype, the hopes, the hurdles

3D printing: The hype, the hopes, the hurdles | Bio Medicine | Scoop.it
At the Techonomy conference, industry leaders discuss the future of three-dimensional printing -- and how the technology will change markets forever. Read this article by Andrew Nusca on CNET News.

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Know The Top 4 Differences between iPad Mini and iPad 3

Know The Top 4 Differences between iPad Mini and iPad 3 | Bio Medicine | Scoop.it
Are you still having a hard time which one to buy whether you want to buy an iPad mini or iPad 3? Then you should know the top 4 differences between an iPad mini and iPad 3.

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15 Grammatical Errors that Make You Look Silly | Copyblogger

15 Grammatical Errors that Make You Look Silly | Copyblogger | Bio Medicine | Scoop.it

Fun informative infographic showing common grammatical mistakes. Great reference tool that could be embedded on your own site. 

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Urine-powered generator unveiled at Maker Faire in Nigeria

Urine-powered generator unveiled at Maker Faire in Nigeria | Bio Medicine | Scoop.it

Four African girls have created a generator that produces electricity for six hours using a single liter of urine as fuel.


The generator was unveiled at last week's Maker Faire in Lagos, Nigeria, by the four teens Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, and Faleke Oluwatoyin, all age 14, and Bello Eniola, 15.


So how exactly does the urine-powered generator work?


Urine is put into an electrolytic cell, which separates out the hydrogen.


The hydrogen goes into a water filter for purification, which then gets pushed into the gas cylinder.


The gas cylinder pushes hydrogen into a cylinder of liquid borax, which is used to remove the moisture from the hydrogen gas.


This purified hydrogen gas is pushed into the generator...


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Kushal Kumar Banerji's comment, March 22, 2013 7:35 AM
Excellent breakthrough by teenagers. Pl. lets know the total power input given to the system & details of electrolytic cell & the corresponding hydrogen generated. Total cost of generation with detailed brea-kup, in order to assess its viability.
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3D printed biorobot will enter your gut to track and destroy toxins | ExtremeTech

3D printed biorobot will enter your gut to track and destroy toxins | ExtremeTech | Bio Medicine | Scoop.it
Using new and specialized 3D printing technology, engineers were able to deposit a bio-friendly hydrogel into a classic cantilever design just 7 by 2 millimeters in size and seeded with heart cells from a rat.

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Amy Mallett's curator insight, March 25, 7:09 PM

Technology has come far..  #futureengineering