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Researchers Expect New Fish Passage Will Help Restore Migratory Fish Populations

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The addition of a nature-like fish passage to a Susquehanna River dam in Pennsylvania should allow migrating fish to more easily reach spawning grounds, according to Penn State researchers.

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STEM on Wheels: Bringing Inspiration, Innovation and Creativity to Students

CSU Dominguez Hills’ four new mobile Fab Labs are making science relevant and fun for students of all ages — and delivering unique STEM experiences straight to local classrooms.

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NYSERDA and Clarkson University Announce Discovery of New Process to Reduce Carbon Monoxide Emissions from Stored Wood Pellets

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New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and Clarkson University discovered a new process to eliminate the release of dangerous carbon monoxide gas from wood pellets in storage. The use of wood pellet boilers and stoves to replace heating oil, propane or older wood boilers supports Governor Cuomo's energy goals.

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Tesla’s Electric ‘Semi Truck’ Signals Future, but Risks Straining Company Resources

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Where to Catch Engineers? In Their Inboxes

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Engineers and technical professionals overwhelmingly find value in work-related emails and e-newsletters from publications and vendors, according to new research from IEEE GlobalSpec Media Solutions and Trew Marketing, “Smart Marketing for Engineers.”

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Penn State Team Wins $7M Award to Enlist Insects as Allies for Food Security

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A Penn State-led research team is hoping to enlist insects as allies in an effort to make crops more tolerant of environmental stressors, after the crops are already growing in the greenhouse or field.

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New Motion Sensors a Major Step Toward Low-Cost, High-Performance Wearable Technology

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Researchers from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering have developed a class of breakthrough motion sensors that could herald a near future of ubiquitous, fully integrated and affordable wearable technology.

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Stretching to Perfection of 2-D Semiconductors

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Scientists use heat and mismatched surfaces to stretch films that can potentially improve the efficient operation of devices.

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Simple is Beautiful in Quantum Computing

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Defect spins in diamond were controlled with a simpler, geometric method, leading to faster computing.

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NUS Researchers Develop Smart, Ultra-Thin Microfibre Sensor for Real-Time Healthcare Monitoring and Diagnosis

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A research team from National University of Singapore has developed a soft, flexible and stretchable microfibre sensor for real-time healthcare monitoring and diagnosis. The novel sensor is highly sensitive and ultra-thin with a diameter of a strand of human hair. It is also simple and cost-effective to mass produce.







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