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Noticias de Innovación y Economía

Predicting the Limits of Friction

News Their model could change the world of electrical contacts, affecting industries from electric vehicles to wind turbines. Contributed Author: Sandia National Laboratories Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D Magazine …

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Where Does Laser Energy Go After Being Fired into Plasma?

News These high charge beams can have a thousand times more charge than the high energy beam. Contributed Author: University of Strathclyde Topics: Physics …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

'Virtual Batteries' Could Lead to Cheaper, Cleaner Power

News Power producers usually keep turbines spinning at a few offline plants, so they can ramp up production if demand spikes. Contributed Author: MIT Topics: Battery Technology …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Fingerprint Technique Spots Frog Populations at Risk from Pollution

News Worldwide, amphibian populations are declining due to habitat loss, disease and pollution which is cited as a major threat to their survival. Contributed Author: Lancaster University Topics: Environment …read …

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Google Car Fleet to Analyze Methane Leaks

Article A novel project for combating climate change is underway in the Centennial state. Staff Author: Ryan Bushey Topics: Automotive …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Self-Sustaining Bacteria Could Yield New Energy

Article Self-sustaining bacteria fuel cells could replace oil, coal or even solar as the energy of the future. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Energy …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Researchers Make Flexible Glass for Tiny Medical Devices

News The researchers believe their device could also mean performing successful tests using much smaller quantities of a substance. Contributed Author: Brigham Young University Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D …

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Using Light to Remotely Control Curvature of Plastics

News The advance builds on earlier work by the same research team, which focused on self-folding 3-D structures. Contributed Author: North Carolina State University Topics: Materials Science …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Scientists Reveal Hidden Structures in Bacterial DNA

News DNA contains the instructions for life, encoded within genes. Contributed Author: Center for Genomic Regulation Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (24/03/2017)

Researchers Make Flexible Glass for Tiny Devices

News The researchers believe their device could also mean performing successful tests using much smaller quantities of a substance. Contributed Author: Brigham Young University Topics: Engineering …read more Via: R&D …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Brains of the Blind Adjust to Significantly Enhance Other Senses

Article The brains of those who are born blind make new connections in the absence of visual information. Staff Author: Kenny Walter Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Sea Ice Extent Sinks to Record Lows at Both Poles

News Arctic sea ice appears to have reached a record low wintertime maximum extent, according to scientists at NASA. Contributed Author: Nasa/Goddard Space Flight Center Topics: Environment …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

German Scientists Activate 'World's Largest Artificial Sun'

News Many consider hydrogen to be the fuel of the future because it produces no carbon emissions when burned. Contributed Author: Frank Jordans, Associated Press Topics: Energy …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Absorbent Material Derived from Fruit Peels Cleanses Wastewater

News 38.2 million tons of said fruit peels are estimated to be produced worldwide each year in the food industry. Contributed Author: University of Granada Topics: International R&D …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Researchers Discover a New Type of Memory Effect in Transition Metal Oxides

News Memory effects in TMO’s have garnered a huge amount of interest, being both of fundamental scientific interest and technological significance. Contributed Author: Bar-Ilan University Topics: Materials Science …read more …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Universe's Ultraviolet Background Could Provide Clues About Missing Galaxies

News Astronomers have developed a way to detect the ultraviolet (UV) background of the Universe. Contributed Author: Durham University Topics: Space …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

How Prenatal Maternal Infections May Affect Genetic Factors in Autism Spectrum Disorder

News Large population-based studies suggest certain infections during pregnancy are associated with small increases in risk for psychiatric disorders. Contributed Author: University of California San Diego Health Sciences Topics: Life …

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www.rdmag.com (23/03/2017)

Spider Venom Protein Could Protect the Brain from Stroke-Induced Damage

Article One of Australia’s deadliest denizens could hold the key to a new class of stroke treatments. Staff Author: Ryan Bushey Topics: Life Sciences …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (22/03/2017)

The Importance of Killing Ideas, Not R&D

Article Successful technology commercialization relies as much on knowing when to stop, as it does where to start. Contributed Author: Ronald Hage, Ph.D.,Catexel, CTO Topics: R&D Management …read more Via: …

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www.rdmag.com (22/03/2017)

Combating Wear and Tear

News The team used a new probe called collagen hybridizing peptide (CHP). Contributed Author: University of Utah Topics: Biology …read more Via: R&D Magazine All

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www.rdmag.com (22/03/2017)


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