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antennasGiant expandable space antennas and solar arrays

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Oxford Space Systems is developing innovative deployable antennas and structures that meet the challenges of the new space age. Their approach is one of agile development and validation where success is measured in proven hardware and customer commendations. This exemplified …

antennasImplantable neural dust powered by ultrasound within a body

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First in vivo tests demonstrate ultrasound can be used to wirelessly power and communicate with millimeter-scale devices surgically placed in muscles and nerves Therapeutic modulation of the activity of the body’s peripheral nervous system (PNS) holds a world of potential …

antennasNASA Confirms Evidence That Liquid Water Flows on Today’s Mars

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New findings from NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provide the strongest evidence yet that liquid water flows intermittently on present-day Mars. Using an imaging spectrometer on MRO, researchers detected signatures of hydrated minerals on slopes where mysterious streaks are seen …

antennasExaflop computer project for Super programmed trading of the $5 trillion foreign exchange market is now hiring

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Previously we reported taht John Fitzpatrick was forming a company that he says will provide competitively priced commodity cloud-based services on what he’s calling the world’s first Exaflop Supercomputer. He will use foreign currency trading as the main application. This …

active cloakLow-cost materials could make storing hours of power from a wind farm economically feasible

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Harvard University researchers say they’ve developed a new type of battery that could make it economical to store a couple of days of electricity from wind farms and other sources of power. The new battery, which is described in the …

antennasHollow Nanoparticles to boost lithium-ion battery performance

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Hollow carbon nanoparticles are strong, conduct electricity well and have a remarkably large surface area. They show promise in applications such as water filtration, hydrogen storage and battery electrodes — but commercial use would demand reliable, low-cost ways for their …

antennasIn 2011 IDC predicted Windows Phone Market share would be 20% in 2015 and now IDC predicts 10.2% world market share in 2017

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In 2011, IDC projected 20 percent market share for Windows Phone by 2015. IDC’s latest prediction is that Microsoft Windows Phone will have 10.2% market share in 2017. Windows Phone will solidify its position as the number three O.S. with …