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CFL Bulbs Cause Skin Damage, Say Researchers

CFL Bulbs Cause Skin Damage, Say Researchers

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It is time to get the regular light bulb back in your family home. Researches say that the energy-efficient CFL bulbs cause skin damage, the Daily Caller reports. This CFL skin damage warning is from a study by Stony Brook University and New York State Stem Cell Science. The CFL bulb study found the response […]

2012 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair Winners

2012 Intel International Science & Engineering Fair Winners

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New ways to detect cancer, search online social networks and link atoms using quantum physics took the highest honors this week at the 2012 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh, ScienceNews reports. The world’s largest international precollege science fair assembled 1,549 finalists. Students presented their research to judges, reporters, and the public.  The […]

Protective Clothing with A/C Now Possible

Protective Clothing with A/C Now Possible

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Today’s police departments all have bullet-proof vests made of Kevlar as standard issue. Kevlar’s key benefit is that it can hold off bullets but is is impenetrable for water vapor. The pain Kevlar creates is that police personnel must wear the gear under their uniforms. For personnel who sweat profusely when the weather is warm, the gear is […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review – Power Versus Price

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a new tablet that people are going to review. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 price is around $400. Typically, there are mixed reviews. Some people say it is affordable, others not. This Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 video provides a balance perspective on features. On the good […]

New Nanomaterial Can Boost Efficiency of Next-Gen Solar Panels

New Nanomaterial Can Boost Efficiency of Next-Gen Solar Panels

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Graphene, a two-dimensional honeycomb of carbon atoms, is a rising star in the materials community for its extraordinary properties, Engineers Edge reports. One of those closely watched properties is electrical conductivity, which could make it a key ingredient in the next generation of photovoltaic cells, says Yun Hang Hu, a professor of materials science and engineering. […]

Obama CISPA Protests Grow – Americans Want Freedom

Obama CISPA Protests Grow – Americans Want Freedom

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Americans are not happy about the new Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) that was drafted to replace the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). Many groups are against the legislation and are actively networking to get the word out.  The opposition includes,  Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Center […]

Alert: CISPA Replaces SOPA – Obama “Police State” Concerns Grow

Alert: CISPA Replaces SOPA – Obama “Police State” Concerns Grow

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Many are concerned of the corruption in government. The new CISPA bill replaces the SOPA bill, but has the same privacy and freedom concerns that caused public outcry. CISPA is the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. It gives the government a police state view into your data . Political analysts says it is like […]

Electric Car Manufacturers Focus on Niche Markets

Electric Car Manufacturers Focus on Niche Markets

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Electric car manufacturers continue to make strides by giving consumers more choices and options. Electric car manufacturers, Tesla Motors, Fisker Automotive, and the Electric Car Company of Missouri are turning heads and selling cars. Electric car manufacturers are making cars targeted at specialized niche markets and there are “a variety of small,” companies Technewsworld.com reports. […]

Navy Robocopters Zero-In on Pirates

Navy Robocopters Zero-In on Pirates

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The US Navy deploys Multi-Mode Sensor Seeker (MMSS), technology that uses automatic target recognition software enabling robotic aircraft to identify target boats in congested coastal waters. The technology is a game changer. Now, pirates can be detected in congested waters using “navy unmanned aircraft,” Psyorg.com reports. “America has higher standards than other nations in the World,” […]

Cancer Patients With Solid Tumors Look to Nanomedicine

Cancer Patients With Solid Tumors Look to Nanomedicine

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Cancer patients with solid tumors look to nanomedicine to shrink tumors and prolong their lives. Bleeding-edge nanomedicine research continues as a targeted polymeric nanoparticle (TNP) containing the chemotherapeutic docetaxel (DTXL) designed to treat patients with solid tumors is in full “development and clinical translation,” AAAS/Science.com reports. “Men with prostate cancer will benefit most from the development of […]

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