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Technological gamechangers: in case of emergency
"No single agent has been able to simultaneously fight infection and stimulate the body's natural healing process. Until now."
Technological game changers: clean energy
A natural gas-fired power plant with zero air emissions? Not only is it possible, but a 50-megawatt demonstration plant is being built to prove it. The project is a collaboration among CB&I, Exelon, Toshiba and the Durham-based 8 Rivers Capital, which is behind the technology.
Preparation, fleibility key in job hunt
About 2,500 Army captains, majors and noncommissioned officers recently found out this summer they need to find a new job. And this is just the first of several rounds of cuts as the Army scales back and draws down.
Technological game changers: tough as silk
It sounds too outrageous to be legit - spider genes transplanted into silkworms that then spin cocoons of stronger-than-steel spider silk.
Technological gamechangers: looking powerful
Could our clothes one day power our iPhones?
Technological gamec hangers: paving the way for a smaller future
Back in the 1970s, Moore's Law predicted the number of transistors available on a CPU would double every year, translating to twice the processing power. So far, that theory has held up fairly well. As power and speed increase, the hardware keeps shrinking - take the smartwatch, for example.
War and doughnuts: Krispy Kreme
Story by Kristi Carr
Technological game changers: The skinny on SATCOM
As if the cool factor of the Aston Martin DB5 wasn't enough, add Sean Connery, a console oil slick button and a passenger-side ejector seat, and you have the stuff of legends. James Bond and Q - the inventor of geek-chic - were only held to the believable standard of Hollywood with their creative communications solutions: Who could forget Bond's attempt to contact MI6 by pulling a transistor from his shoe and wrapping it in a hand-written note? Bond's pocket-sized, on-screen gadgets were fodder for imagi
Technological game changers: real muscles
If muscles could talk, there would be no need for the TMG measurement system. But they can't, and soldiers and athletes aren't always good at translating the signals.
Technological gamechangers: avoiding dehydration
Preventing heat casualties is a military message drilled during formations, safety briefs and in command letters. Yet still the mighty fall - face first onto the parade field, victims of the blazing sun. More than 16,000 active-duty soldiers received medical treatment for heat-related injuries in 2012, according to the Army's public health command.
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