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Hirobo unveils HX-1 unmanned electric helicopter, and promises a manned model

Hirobo unveils HX-1 unmanned electric helicopter, and promises a manned model | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
The Hirobo stand at the International Robotics Exhibition in Tokyo this week was full of surprises. The first was the HX-1 autonomous electric helicopter, b...
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Shipping container conversion provides clean water in developing countries

Shipping container conversion provides clean water in developing countries | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Dubbed Ekocenter, this shipping container module has been designed to provide isolated and developing communities with facilities to produce safe drinking w...
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USC develops printable liquid solar cells for flexible, low-cost panels

USC develops printable liquid solar cells for flexible, low-cost panels | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Solar cells are becoming more viable sources of energy -- and as they become more efficient, they're only getting smaller and cheaper to produce. Liquid
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Camera system "sees" toxic emissions from individual vehicles in real time

Camera system "sees" toxic emissions from individual vehicles in real time | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Scientists at Spain's Universidad Carlos III de Madrid have helped design a system that images the emissions of individual vehicles in real time, on highway...
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citations-gadget - A Google Scholar Universal Gadget for Scientific Publication Citation Counting - Google Project Hosting

citations-gadget - A Google Scholar Universal Gadget for Scientific Publication Citation Counting - Google Project Hosting | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
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OMSCS - Georgia Institute of Technology

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Georgia Institute of Technology, in collaboration with Udacity & AT&T, to offer online master of science in computer science via massive online courses.
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T.H.E. Wallet

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T.H.E. Wallet -Tactical Holds Everything - A durable, mid-sized wallet that holds everything needed including a passport,but still fits in a back pants pocket. Does not include 550 cord.
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Slim gas lighter?...Recommendations? |

Slim gas lighter?...Recommendations? | | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
I'm looking for a slim refillable gas (butane) lighter to carry in my wallet.

I'd like it to sit beside my Alox Rambler SAK and my Klarus MiX5...
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Development Innovation Ventures | U.S. Agency for International Development

Development Innovation Ventures | U.S. Agency for International Development | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) is an open competition supporting breakthrough solutions to the world's most intractable development challenges—interventions that could change millions of lives at a fraction of the usual cost.
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Power-harvesting device converts microwave signals into electricity

Power-harvesting device converts microwave signals into electricity | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Researchers have developed a device that can be tuned to capture microwave energy from various sources, including satellite, sound or Wi-Fi signals. The res...
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IKEA starts selling totally hip SOLIG solar lighting devices

IKEA starts selling totally hip SOLIG solar lighting devices | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
We've heard the excuse a gazillion times: "Yo, I want to go solar, but like, where do you even buy this stuff? Oh snap, 0 percent financing on a Hummer
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Ikea starts selling residential solar panels in the UK

Ikea starts selling residential solar panels in the UK | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
...Because when you think of Britain, you think of sunny skies. Ikea has started selling solar panels for residential rooftops at its stores in the
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Defikopter drone air-drops a defibrillator to EMTs on the ground

Defikopter drone air-drops a defibrillator to EMTs on the ground | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
The Defikopter is a UAV that can be activated by a smartphone app to automatically take to the skies and drop a defibrillator to medical personnel on the gr...
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Source Guides Renewable Energy Directory

Renewable Energy Businesses in the World. A comprehensive renewable energy buyers guide and business directory to more than 27,000 renewable energy businesses worldwide.
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Digital-Tutors > Tutorials and Training for CG, 3D, Animation and VFX

Digital-Tutors > Tutorials and Training for CG, 3D, Animation and VFX | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Digital-Tutors helps you make movies, video games and more with the largest online video-based training and tutorial library for CG, 3D, animation and VFX.
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Will Georgia Tech's $7K online M.S. in computer science program make the grade?

Will Georgia Tech's $7K online M.S. in computer science program make the grade? | BIRDSPAKISTAN.org | Scoop.it
Georgia Tech is offering an accredited online Master of Science degree in Computer Science which will be open to public matriculation in the 2014-2015 schoo...
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Human power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Human power is work or energy that is produced from the human body. It can also refer to the power (rate of work per time) of a human. Power comes primarily from muscles, but body heat is also used to do work like warming shelters, food, or other humans.

World records of power performance by humans are of interest to work planners and work-process engineers. The average level of human power that can be maintained over a certain duration of time, say over the extent of one minute or one hour is interesting to engineers designing work operations in industry. Human power is sometimes used to generate electricity that is stored.

A trained cyclist can produce about 400 watts of mechanical power for an hour or more, but adults of good average fitness average between 50 and 150 watts for an hour of vigorous exercise. A healthy well-fed laborer over the course of an 8-hour day can sustain an average output of about 75 watts.[1] The yield of electric power is decreased by the efficiency of the human-powered generator.

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