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Slashdot Items Tagged "dierolanddie"

Date / TimeStory
Friday January 16, 2009 @06:46PM Circuit City Closes Its Doors For Good
Saturday January 10, 2009 @01:18AM A New Way To Make Water, And Fuel Cells
Friday January 09, 2009 @07:47PM Roland Piquepaille Dies
Sunday June 15, 2008 @06:13PM A 30-Picowatt Processor For Sensors
Saturday April 26, 2008 @07:24PM Self-Healing Computers For NASA Spacecraft
Wednesday April 09, 2008 @10:56AM The Texas Petawatt Laser
Wednesday March 19, 2008 @08:56PM Robots Fly Over Antarctica
Friday February 08, 2008 @06:05AM Birds Give a Lesson to Plane Designers
Tuesday January 22, 2008 @05:05PM The Tree of Life Consolidates
Saturday January 19, 2008 @09:13PM Use Your Cellphone as a 3D Mouse
Wednesday January 02, 2008 @05:31PM Introducing Magnet-Responsive Memory Foam
Sunday December 30, 2007 @01:35PM i-Snake, a New Robotic Surgeon
Thursday December 27, 2007 @10:11PM First Reflected Light From an Exoplanet Seen
Wednesday December 26, 2007 @02:00AM Robots To Control Oil Drilling Platforms
Sunday December 02, 2007 @08:58PM Helium Leads to Geothermal Energy Resources
Saturday November 17, 2007 @01:52PM NASA Wins Nanotechnology Award
Monday November 12, 2007 @07:38AM Speeding Up STM Imaging
Saturday November 10, 2007 @05:08AM Tools To Squash the Botnets
Sunday November 04, 2007 @07:55PM Recreating Cities Using Online Photos
Saturday November 03, 2007 @06:03AM New Catalyst May Be a Boost For Fuel Cells
Monday October 22, 2007 @09:42AM The Development of Ecologically Sound Jet Fuel
Sunday October 21, 2007 @12:35AM GMOs Perfected Down to the Chromosome Level
Monday October 15, 2007 @07:13PM New Plastic to Cut CO2 Emissions and Purify Water
Friday October 05, 2007 @07:12PM Super-Light Plastic As Strong as Steel
Sunday September 30, 2007 @09:37PM Virtual Robots Fooled By Visual Illusions
Sunday September 23, 2007 @07:59PM Drawing on Air With Haptics in 3D
Tuesday August 21, 2007 @06:58PM Nanotechnology Boosts Solar Cell Performance
Wednesday August 15, 2007 @11:48AM Images of Endeavour's Damaged Tiles

If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulders of giants. -- Isaac Newton

 



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