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Mobile workstyles help channel empower a bring your own whatever world
Computer Dealer News
Workers want to go mobile, Citrix Systems wants to help them and keep IT happy too. The virtualization and cloud service infrastructure vendor made a series of cloud-related product announcements at its annual Synergy user conference while describing under the umbrella of mobile workstyles. Citrix's moniker for the new style of working anywhere, from any device, the vendor discussed how its portfolio of cloud services and IT infrastructure solutions allows the enterprise to deliver any application or desktop seamlessly and securely to any device.
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NASA inventing 3D pizza printing technology you can use in space
Policymic
The next big thing in technology, according to the technophiles, is 3D printing. The ability to design something in a computer and have a machine print it out has already reached the personal level, with 3D printers that print in plastic being utilized by hobbyists. But NASA may have upped the game entirely, as it was revealed that the agency has funded research towards a 3D printer that prints food.
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Architectural insight: Global experts talk technology and process
Design Build Source
A roundtable discussion organised by the Faculty of Architecture Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne has taken a look at changes in architecture, construction and material processes. The complimentary event was held at The Edge at Federation Square and included a panel of local and global architectural experts including Gregg Pasquarelli, director of SHoP Architects/SHoP Construction in New York, a firm globally renowned for their expertise in exploring new building and design technology.
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First glimpse of Google Glass apps shows what headsets can really do
Electronics Weekly
Ready to wear a computer on your face? Google thinks you are. The company's Glass headset seeks to bring wearable computing into the mainstream, but what will the average person do with it? There are privacy fears, but a sneak peek at some of the first Glass apps gives a glimpse of how useful the device might be.
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Foldable computers and smartphones?
Latinos Post
The world of computing is bending in completely new directions, literally. A research team from Northwestern University has announced in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters that it has developed a type of ink that could lead to inkjet-printed graphene, an extremely thin layer of carbon-based graphite that's held together in a pliable lattice structure.
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Teachers become the students at biotechnology symposium
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Chicago high school students will spend less time at their desks next fall after their science teachers attended the second annual Biotechnology Symposium at Northwestern University. The conference and upcoming summer development series is designed to give teachers the training and lab equipment necessary to inspire science-minded students through more hands-on experiments.
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Improved quality control during lithium battery production thanks to new system
Clean Technica
A new tool has been created by researchers at Purdue University that is able to detect flaws in lithium-ion batteries while they are still being manufactured, potentially greatly improving the quality and reliability of the batteries and also cutting down on waste and inefficiency.
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Foldable computers and smartphones?
Latinos Post
The world of computing is bending in completely new directions, literally. A research team from Northwestern University has announced in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters that it has developed a type of ink that could lead to inkjet-printed graphene.

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Scientists discover new uses for tiny carbon nanotubes
R&D Magazine
The atom-sized world of carbon nanotubes holds great promise for a future demanding smaller and faster electronic components.

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China uses space technology to modify artificial heart
People's Daily Online
A sheep implanted with a new type of artificial heart developed by Chinese scientists using cutting-edge aerospace technology has lived for 62 days thus far, the heart's developers announced recently.

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Smart textiles and nanotechnology applications
MRO
Textiles are getting smarter, and much of this is being enabled by nanotechnology. Smart textiles and nanotechnologies provide the most in depth look to date at the impact of nanotechnology on the global textile industry, looking at technologies and applications from graphene to smart homes.
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Petroleum pricing: Shift to export parity pricing is not justified
The Economic Times
The three oil marketing companies have lost between 8.5 per cent to 10.2 per cent of market value in last five trading sessions as the government mulled over and approved in-principle to shift to export parity pricing for refinery output. However, one needs to check if it is really practical to do so.
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