How Google Street View is Tackling Methane Leaks
Google streetview car, methane
July 26th, 2014
Street by street, tracking methane leaks.
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How Visuals Can Help Deaf Children 'Hear'
Pre-kindergarten children at interactive studio
July 25th, 2014
Experiencing sound, through sight.
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More Efficient, Durable Solar Cells are Possible Thanks to Glass (Op-Ed)
Solar panels, silica glass
July 23rd, 2014
Self-cooling, longer lasting and more efficient solar cells are within reach simply by adding a thin layer of glass.
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'Flying Flashbulb' Drones Could Light Up Photo Shoots
Drone Could Help Create Lighting Effects
July 25th, 2014
Photographers looking to capture the perfect shot might soon be able to call on some unlikely helpers: a swarm of small robot helicopters.
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Corporations are Driving the Energy Revolution (Op-Ed)
Windturbine, Spain
July 25th, 2014
When even Walmart can't buy as much green energy as it wants, there's a problem.
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Clean Energy, Batteries Not Included (Op-Ed)
green energy, alternative energy sources, energy saving tips
July 23rd, 2014
Green energy doesn't need to wait for next-gen battery storage.
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Affordable Batteries for Green Energy are Closer than We Think
Tesla Model S, electric car, battery
July 23rd, 2014
At the heart of the current debate around energy is the question of storage.
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The Aerodynamics of a Tour de France Time Trial
Monash Wind Tunnel training, cycling
July 25th, 2014
As the Tour de France approaches its final days, teams will be looking to place their top riders in the best possible position for the all-important individual time trial in the penultimate stage, where the winner of the Tour is determined.
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Need for Speed: Pilot Recalls Record-Setting Supersonic Flight
SR-71 Blackbird
July 24th, 2014
On a September day in 1974, Capt. Harold "Buck" Adams set the world speed record in the U.S. military's SR-71 Blackbird aircraft. At the controls of the twin-engine supersonic plane, Adams flew from London to Los Angeles in a blistering 3 hours, 47 minute
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How Syria's Chemical Weapons Are Being Destroyed
MV Cape Ray
July 23rd, 2014
Somewhere in the Mediterranean Sea, military and civilian experts aboard a U.S. cargo ship, the MV Cape Ray, are disposing of Syria's arsenal of deadly chemical weapons.
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