German startup develops tinted windows that generate electricity The next great advance in solar power generation is always right around the corner, right?
Google Self-Driving Car Takes Blind Man To Taco Bell Google uploaded a video of a self-driving car test, showing Steve Mahan, a legally blind man behind the wheel, and stopping at Taco Bell for a burrito. Google says in the video description, “We announced our self-driving car project in 2010 to make driving safer, more enjoyable, and more efficient.
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FacebookTwitterGoogle+SaveEmailSharePrint 7:32 p.m. | Updated Correcting reference to grocery-cart project, which was not started by Microsoft. Microsoft executives showed a shopping cart of the future outfitted with a bunch of technology gear, including a Kinect. Microsoft Ponders Future of Kinect, Tech
Wavelight - Rescue Lights by Zhang Yakun, He Siqian, Zhu Ningning, Chen Chen & Mu Zhiwei Lighting The Oceans With Wave Power The Wavelight concept coverts mechanical energy captured by ocean waves into electrical energy to illuminate a series of LED lamps. Each lamp is tethered to its neighbor with a weight anchored to the sea floor.
Scientists needed $3 billion and 13 years to sequence the three billion base pairs encoded in a single human genome—the first time. By 2011, eight years after that first project was completed, the cost of sequencing a human genome had fallen to $5,000, in a process that took just a few weeks. The $1,000 Genome, and the New Problem of Having Too Much Information
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