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Geek.com – Is 2D Material Hematene the New Graphene?

Geek.com – 3D-Printed Batteries Could Mean Lightweight, Longer-Lasting Electronics

OSNews – RISC-V’s open-source architecture shakes up chip design

Ars Technica – Neural network implemented with light instead of electrons

PhysOrg.com – latest science and technology news stories – Blending liquid MOFs produces new glass materials

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – New lung cell type discovered

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Fast, cheap and colorful 3-D printing

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – How to make the gene-editing tool CRISPR work even better

The Green Optimistic – New Solar Cells With 60% Efficiency Can Now Replace Coal

Next Big Future – Cheap tubs of water with mosquitos eggs could stop Dengue fever for $1 per person

New Scientist – – New Scientist – Bio-engineered lungs are the first successful organs made in the lab

Hack a Day – Turning A Tile Into A Car Tracker

Hack a Day – PTPM Energy Scavenger Aims for Maintenance-Free Sensor Nodes

INHABITAT – Taj Mahal will be restored to original glory thanks to environmental and cultural push

Green Car Congress – Nanjing team develops solar-powered electrolysis process for extraction of lithium from seawater

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Gut bacteria byproduct protects against Salmonella, study finds

ScienceDaily: Latest Science News – Optical neural network demo

Ars Technica – Mission: Impossible – Fallout review: Fall into Cruise’s best in years

Hack a Day – An MRI-Safe 3D Printed Pneumatic Stepper Motor

Hack a Day – Animatronic Puppet Takes Cues From Animation Software

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