March 7, 2014
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Public could virtually ‘travel’ to space for $90 through new project

Researchers have launched a unique campaign that will enable the public to ‘travel’ to space for the cost of a pair of trainers. Virtual Ride to Space will use cutting-edge virtual technology and a specially designed spacecraft to deliver a three-dimensional, immersive experience, allowing everyone to see what astronauts experience on an ascent to space. Continue reading

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September 24, 2013
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New laser provides cutting-edge treatment for diabetes, retinal diseases

A new laser in Nebraska – one of only two in the world — can help prevent blindness in patients with diabetes and retinal eye diseases. Continue reading

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August 22, 2013
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Real-time monitoring pays off for tracking nitrate pulse in Mississippi River Basin to the Gulf of Mexico

Cutting edge optical sensor technology is being used in the Mississippi River basin to more accurately track the nitrate pulse from small streams, large tributaries and ultimately to the Gulf of Mexico. Continue reading

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July 29, 2013
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40 years ago, Disney’s Contemporary Resort was prefabbed with tech that is still cutting edge

It’s Plug-In City in the seventies as hotel rooms are built off-site and stuck into a giant A-frame. Continue reading

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May 14, 2013
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Cutting-edge bacteria research leads to more effective treatment of complex infections

Bacteria play a huge role when inflammations attack our body. Now researchers have succeeded in revealing one of the devastating effects of bacteria, and thus it will be possible for the pharmaceutical industry to treat even very complicated bacterial … Continue reading

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May 1, 2013
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SoloPower plant closing, mere months after opening

Mere months after the maker of cutting-edge solar panels opened a manufacturing plant in Portland, OR, backed at all levels of government, it is suspending operations. Continue reading

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April 7, 2013
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Brain’s stress circuits undergo profound learning early in life, scientists find

Researchers have discovered that stress circuits in the brain undergo profound learning early in life. Using a number of cutting edge approaches, including optogenetics, scientists have shown stress circuits are capable of self-tuning following a singl… Continue reading

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March 7, 2013
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Illuminating fractures: X-ray imaging sheds new light on bone damage

Using cutting-edge X-ray techniques, researchers have uncovered cellular-level detail of what happens when bone bears repetitive stress over time, visualizing damage at smaller scales than previously observed. Their work could offer clues into how bone… Continue reading

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February 28, 2013
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Luminous lunar pavilion blends tradition with digital design (Video)

This stunning temporary pavilion utilizes Hong Kong’s time-honored bamboo construction methods in conjunction with cutting-edge computational design. Continue reading

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February 11, 2013
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Possible genetic clues to organ development, birth defects

Using cutting-edge time-lapse photography, researchers have discovered clues to the development of the head at the cellular level, which could point scientists to a better understanding of how organs and birth defects form in humans. Continue reading

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January 7, 2013
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Cancer Genome Institute at Fox Chase among first to offer clinical blueprint of cancer genes

Fox Chase Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, is now offering patients with advanced cancer a cutting-edge clinical test that will provide them with a unique blueprint of their cancer genes. Continue reading

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April 1, 2011
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New York’s electronic waste recycling program is effective today, but manufacturers must do more to let consumers know about it

Kate Sinding, Senior Attorney, New York City New York’s cutting edge electronics recycling program goes into effect today, finally giving New Yorkers a responsible way to get rid of their old, unwanted appliances: returning them to manufacturers … Continue reading

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