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Samsung S8: Expect Bells and Whistles, but Battery Is Key

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Making America’s Power Grid Much, Much Smarter

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A new, open-source software platform has been designed to support applications required to create a smart power grid and protect it from dangers ranging from terrorists to falling tree limbs.

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Tiny Bioengineered Blood Vessel Grafts Aid Delicate Microsurgeries

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Scientists have been working diligently to create engineered tissue implants to repair or replace damaged or diseased tissue and organs; but their success hinges on the ability to build a sturdy connection linking the implant’s blood vessels and the patient’s existing vasculature. National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB)-funded researchers have created segments of engineered blood vessels to address this critical issue.

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Researchers Shoot for Success with Simulations of Laser Pulse–Material Interactions

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University of Virginia professor Leonid Zhigilei led a team that used the Titan supercomputer to gain deeper insights into laser interactions with metal surfaces.

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Expert Says Elimination of Internet Privacy Rules Put Consumer Information at Risk

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Iowa State Engineers Test Heated Pavement Technology at Des Moines International Airport

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Halil Ceylan and a group of Iowa State engineers are testing heated pavement technologies at the Des Moines International Airport. They've installed two test slabs of electrically conductive concrete. And the pavement has effectively cleared ice and snow.

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Van Andel Research Institute Installs World-Class Microscopes to Enable Discovery of the Molecular Basis of Disease

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Van Andel Research Institute (VARI) is now home to one of the world’s most powerful microscopes—one that images life’s building blocks in startling clarity and equips VARI’s growing team of scientists to push the limits of discovery in search of new treatments for diseases such as cancer and Parkinson’s.

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UT Southwestern First in Texas to Premiere Latest Gamma Knife Icon Technology

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Patsy Whittenberg made the six-hour drive from the Texas Panhandle to UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas to take advantage of a first for Texas –the latest in Gamma Knife surgery ­that better protects surrounding brain tissue and offers greater comfort without the need for head restraints.

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Mobile Technology Shakes Up Pregnancy Research

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Current pregnancy recommendations don’t work for everyone. Researchers at TSRI and STSI aim to change that.







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