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NASA SDO - The Gradient Sun

Watching a particularly beautiful movie of the Sun helps show how the lines between science and art can sometimes blur.

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[VIDEO] Shrinking Glaciers—A Chronology of Climate Change

Analysis of Earth's geologic record can reveal how the climate has changed over time. Scientists in New Zealand are examining samples from the rocky landscape once dominated by glaciers.

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The 3D Printing Revolution

3D printing will soon allow digital object storage and transportation, as well as personal manufacturing and very high levels of product customization. This video by Christopher Barnatt of ExplainingTheFuture.com illustrates 3D printing today and in the future.


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[VIDEO] 'Perfect' Glass: Water Resistant and Glare Free

Researchers at MIT have developed a new nano-textured, multifunctional glass that removes all inefficiencies from the classic material, including unwanted reflections and glare.

 

Articles about NANOTECHNOLOGY

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HRP-4C female robot has a new walk (w/ video)

HRP-4C female robot has a new walk (w/ video) | Top CAD Experts updates | Scoop.it
(PhysOrg.com) -- Japan's entertaining robot that sings and looks like a beautiful young female is finally learning how to walk just like a beautiful girl—well, almost.

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[VIDEO] Four-fingered robot can replace flashlight batteries

Sandia National Laboratories has developed a cost-effective robotic hand that can be used in disarming improvised explosive devices, or IEDs. The Sandia Hand...

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[VIDEO] Images of the Afterlife

A detailed look at how Field Museum scientists scanned a mummy and reconstructed her skull, and how an artist in Paris brought her face to life.

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[VIDEO] Xianxingzhe (China's first robot)

Xianxingzhe (lit. "Pioneer" or "Forerunner"), was completed in 2000 after more than a decade of research. It is considered China's first humanoid robot.
More info: http://www.plasticpals.com/?p=32032


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Nanosponge can absorb 100 times its weight in oil

Nanosponge can absorb 100 times its weight in oil | Top CAD Experts updates | Scoop.it

According to researchers at Rice University, a sponge made of pure carbon nanotubes with a dash of boron has been developed that can absorb up to 100 times its weight in oil


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First 3D Movie of Orgasm in the Female Brain

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healthland.time.com - An orgasm has now been imaged in 3D video in the brain as it happens ??? and for possibly the first time in the history of science, women came first.

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CIRS opens as North America’s greenest building

CIRS opens as North America’s greenest building | Top CAD Experts updates | Scoop.it
The University of British Columbia has opened the most sustainable building in North America, a $37-million “living laboratory” that will help to regenerate the environment and advance research and innovation on global sustainability challenges.

The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS) is one of only a handful of buildings worldwide that will provide “net positive” benefits to the environment. It reduces UBC’s carbon emissions, powers itself and a neighboring building with renewable and waste energy, creates drinking water from rain and treats wastewater onsite.


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