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Tuesday, 30 September 2008 23:06

MIT engineers pick an artificial nose

American biological engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge) have discovered a way to make an artificial nose in order to produce smell receptors in the laboratory--similar to the way a real nose smells.

Published in Health
Massachusetts Institute of Technology study shows that humans are able to remember a great amount of details over a long period, even though most scientists thought such abilities were not possible.

Published in Biology
The chief professor of energy at MIT and a fellow researcher have discovered a cheap way to mimic the way plants store energy from the sun and say that it will enable homes and electric cars to be run entirely on solar power and fuel cells. The energy nirvana has been found and could signal the era of centralised power distribution they say.

Published in Energy




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