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Mars to Get its First Airplane if NASA Plans Pan Out

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July 3, 2015 - For humans to successfully endure a voyage to Mars and back NASA wants to have a better picture of where to land. So they want to deploy an airplane to fly over the surface.

Green IT Trends: How the Computer Industry Is Saving Energy

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July 2, 2015 - Today's guest blogger is Roy Rasmussen, co-author of the book, Publishing for Publicity. Roy is a freelance copywriter who focuses on ways to help small business get more customers through focused messaging.

New Invention Boosts Fiber Optic Transmission Up to 400%

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June 30, 2015 - Just in case you were worried that we didn't have enough data traveling through fiber optic cables, engineers at

Peter Diamandis Talks About the Future of Transportation

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June 28, 2015 - In his latest email blast Peter Diamandis talks about four revolutions in transportation that he expects will take place within this decade.

Technology That Produces Oxygen from CO2 Could Have Far Reaching Impact

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June 25, 2015 - For future astronauts on Deep Space missions, a technology developed at University of California, could prove the difference between life and death.

Splitting Water Breakthrough at Stanford University

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June 24, 2015 - One of the knocks against hydrogen fuel cells comes from the way we create hydrogen by burning natural gas. The process is energy intensive and a carbon polluter.

Peter Diamandis Talks About Machine Learning and Genomics

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June 21, 2015 - In his latest mindshare with readers Peter Diamandis, founder of the X-Prize and Planetary Resources, to name just two of his many ventures, shares his thoughts on genomics and deciphering our personal

Gizmos and Gadgets: Airing, a New Technology for Sleep Apnea

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June 21, 2015 - The disorder, obstructive sleep apnea, affects 12 million people in the United States today. It typically causes a person during sleep to stop breathing for periods of up to 10 seconds, 5 or more times per hour. It affects men and women almost equally according to Swedish researchers.

Two Theories About Mars' Past - Warm and Wet or Cold and Icy

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June 19, 2015 - For sometime now as robot rovers and Martian orbiters study the geology of our neighbouring planet we have learned about its past. Mars some 4 billion or more years ago may have been warm and wet with an ocean covering much of the planet's northern hemisphere.

Is There Mental Telepathy in Our Future?

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June 17, 2015 - Researchers in Germany and the United States are decoding speech from brainwaves and turning them into text in a "brain-to-text" system that records signals from the cerebral cortex of epileptic patients.

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