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Drip irrigation targets the plant and not the soil
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New approach uses light instead of electricity
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If you want to understand a system, try and change it
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Components will be designed from the onset to inhabit multiple configurations during service
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More than seven billion lives may depend on it
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New interface allows more efficient, faster technique to remotely operate robots
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Scientists use a novel instrument to make an X-ray spectroscopic 'movie’ of electrons
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System allocates data center bandwidth more fairly, so no part of a web page lags behind others
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Data can be used across domains with limitations removed
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This is a new way of harnessing the collective intelligence of thousands of people
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Quantum nanoscience takes quantum leap by controlling individual atoms
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Brilliant inventions from the ‘American Idol for Nerds’
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With 90% power savings, it could make speech recognition ubiquitous in electronics
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Study finds law-breaking property that could lead to applications in thermoelectrics, window coatings
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Three phases and challenges
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By 2025, four levels of self-learning technology will be in play
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Automaker’s decision marks reversal on plans to build new plant in Mexico
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Mechanical engineer builds animal-like machines for use in disaster response
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New company will focus on technologies for the management and automation of vital clinical processes