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October 17, 2013
"When you have devices, and sensors, and things (connected to the Internet), you have predictive maintenance, smart grids, you have improved water supply, food supply, supply-chain management, transportation to our cities, health care"
October 16, 2013
"Savvy businesses see sustainability and supply chain transparency as strategic business initiatives, critical in building customer trust and loyalty."
A Tiny Bit of Vegetable Oil Could Save Texas Billions of Gallons of Water,
October 14, 2013
“Monolayer is a material which is extracted from vegetable oil”
October 10, 2013
"Mobile technologies can be used for all aspects of disaster relief operations"
October 9, 2013
"The U.S. Army is developing a new type of suit that's capable of measuring vital signs, applying wound-sealing sprays and — most importantly — stopping bullets."
Los Angeles Times,
October 8, 2013
“The pressure goes down, the temperature goes down, it gets cooler, the relative humidity goes up -- and at some point, that cloud forms.”
Wall Street Journal,
October 7, 2013
“The amount of digital data is overwhelming by any historical standard”
October 7, 2013
“It’s not the natural behavior of these organisms to produce tons and tons of drugs”
October 2, 2013
"By observing this planet with Spitzer and Kepler for more than three years, we were able to produce a very low-resolution 'map' of this giant, gaseous planet"
October 1, 2013
"We call it 'slow light'." Instead of hurtling through the vacuum at 300 million metres per second, the light slows down in the cold cloud of atoms to around 100 or 1,000 metres per second."