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Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One MIT physicist has figured out how to fit four tools into one small space, so people can ...

Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One MIT physicist has figured out how to ...

Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One ...

New Leaf Sensor Alerts When Plants Are Thirsty - Science Nation

It started as a project for long term space survival, when NASA estimated that crews headed to or living on Mars would spend 80% of their waking hours farming! But, with support from the National Science Foundation, research into a leaf sensor that could call in with its vital statistics morphed into technology that can help farmers on this planet. The goal is to save water by directly measuring a plant's moisture level. Richard Stoner, founder of the company Agrihouse, says ...

It started as a project for long term space survival, when NASA estimated that crews headed to or living on Mars would spend 80% of their waking hours farming! But, with support from the National Science Foundation, research into a leaf sensor that could call in ...

It started as a project for long term space survival, when NASA estimated that crews headed to or living on Mars would spend 80% of their ...

Batty For Bats - Science Nation

With support from the National Science Foundation, some Brown University scientists are doing extensive research on bats, studying everything from their agility in flight to the elasticity of their bodies. Researching a bat's evolution and could lead to the development of aerodynamic materials for more lightweight, agile air craft. For more Science Nation: Subscribe: www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=VideosatNSF or Youtube Playlist: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL833118C47C3E8362 or www.nsf.gov/news/special_...

With support from the National Science Foundation, some Brown University scientists are doing extensive research on bats, studying everything from their agility in flight to the elasticity of their bodies. Researching a bat's evolution and could lead to the development of aerodynamic materials for more ...

With support from the National Science Foundation, some Brown University scientists are doing extensive research on bats, studying everything from their agility in flight to ...

Wind Power Careers - Science Nation

Wyoming has long been known as an energy exporter, from oil to natural gas to coal. The state is now booming with two other resources : wind energy and qualified technicians trained to build, install and service the enormous growth in wind turbine technology. With funding from the National Science Foundation, Laramie County Community College in Wyoming is becoming a national leader in training. Many students are older than average college students; many also are re-training from 20th century industries that ...

Wyoming has long been known as an energy exporter, from oil to natural gas to coal. The state is now booming with two other resources : wind energy and qualified technicians trained to build, install and service the enormous growth in wind turbine technology. With funding ...

Wyoming has long been known as an energy exporter, from oil to natural gas to coal. The state is now booming with two other resources : ...

Fab Labs - Science Nation

Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One MIT physicist has figured out how to fit four tools into one small space, so people can do just that. He calls it a, Fab Lab, and, with help from the National Science Foundation, he has created 35 of them. They can bring relatively sophisticated design and manufacturing capability to people around the world who otherwise couldn't afford it. At last count they were in use on three ...

Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One MIT physicist has figured out how to fit four tools into one small space, so people can do just that. He calls it a, Fab Lab, and, with help from the National ...

Imagine if you had the tools to build almost anything you wanted. One MIT physicist has figured out how to fit four tools into one ...

Spelbots - Science Nation

RoboCup is the Olympics of college-level robotics and artificial intelligence contests. As teams gear up for the next round of competition, the Spelbots have positioned themselves as the team to beat. That's the team from Spelman College, a historically black liberal arts college for women in Atlanta. They tied for first place globally in the humanoid soccer championship in Osaka, Japan in 2009, just four year after becoming the first all-women, African American team to enter the competition. We'll meet the ...

RoboCup is the Olympics of college-level robotics and artificial intelligence contests. As teams gear up for the next round of competition, the Spelbots have positioned themselves as the team to beat. That's the team from Spelman College, a historically black liberal arts college for women ...

RoboCup is the Olympics of college-level robotics and artificial intelligence contests. As teams gear up for the next round of competition, the Spelbots have positioned ...

Ulcer Answers - Science Nation

Ugh, that sinking feeling in your stomach. But for many Americans, the sinking feeling is accompanied by heartburn, bloating, cramping, and other general discomfort. Stomach ulcers affect nearly four million Americans every year. So, what causes them, and how are they treated? With funding from the National Science Foundation, researchers at Boston University are uncovering the mysteries of how H. pylori bacteria - the culprit in most stomach ulcers - is able to survive and thrive in the acidic world ...

Ugh, that sinking feeling in your stomach. But for many Americans, the sinking feeling is accompanied by heartburn, bloating, cramping, and other general discomfort. Stomach ulcers affect nearly four million Americans every year. So, what causes them, and how are they treated? With funding from ...

Ugh, that sinking feeling in your stomach. But for many Americans, the sinking feeling is accompanied by heartburn, bloating, cramping, and other general discomfort. Stomach ...

Biological Clocks - Science Nation

Everything from the mysterious phenomenon of early morning heart attacks in humans -- to how tiny nocturnal mammals evade predators -- to the blooming of plants -- is regulated by an organism's internal biological clock. With support from the National Science Foundation, Jonathan Arnold and his team from the University of Georgia study the genetic underpinnings of these fascinating internal timekeepers using a most unlikely model system: bread mold. Arnold says the mold has plenty in common with both plant ...

Everything from the mysterious phenomenon of early morning heart attacks in humans -- to how tiny nocturnal mammals evade predators -- to the blooming of plants -- is regulated by an organism's internal biological clock. With support from the National Science Foundation, Jonathan Arnold and ...

Everything from the mysterious phenomenon of early morning heart attacks in humans -- to how tiny nocturnal mammals evade predators -- to the blooming of ...

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