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Slashdot Items Tagged "fuckroland"

Date / TimeStory
Saturday December 13, 2008 @09:54PM Ultra-Sensitive Camera To Measure Exoplanet Sizes
Thursday October 30, 2008 @04:10PM Duplicating Your Housekeys, From a Distance
Tuesday July 22, 2008 @08:11PM The First Paper-Based Transistors
Sunday July 06, 2008 @10:31PM Giant Snake-Shaped Generators Could Capture Wave Power
Sunday July 06, 2008 @04:19AM Your Computer As Your Singing Coach
Saturday April 26, 2008 @05:39AM Self-Healing Computers For NASA Spacecraft
Monday April 21, 2008 @04:36PM Will the Earth's Tail Fry Moon Visitors?
Tuesday April 01, 2008 @09:02AM Women's Attractiveness Judged by Software
Thursday March 13, 2008 @03:38AM A Robotic Taxi Named robuCAB
Saturday January 19, 2008 @10:13PM Use Your Cellphone as a 3D Mouse
Wednesday January 02, 2008 @06:31PM Introducing Magnet-Responsive Memory Foam
Thursday December 27, 2007 @11:11PM First Reflected Light From an Exoplanet Seen
Wednesday December 26, 2007 @03:00AM Robots To Control Oil Drilling Platforms
Tuesday December 25, 2007 @04:08AM Military Robots from 2007 to 2032
Sunday December 09, 2007 @12:44AM Nanorobots for Drug Delivery?
Sunday December 02, 2007 @07:52PM Helium Leads to Geothermal Energy Resources
Saturday December 01, 2007 @02:48AM Wearing a Computer at Work
Saturday November 24, 2007 @03:26AM Interconnecting Wind Farms To Smooth Power Production
Saturday November 17, 2007 @02:52PM NASA Wins Nanotechnology Award
Monday November 12, 2007 @08:38AM Speeding Up STM Imaging
Friday November 09, 2007 @10:50PM Tools To Squash the Botnets
Sunday November 04, 2007 @06:31PM Recreating Cities Using Online Photos
Friday November 02, 2007 @11:13PM New Catalyst May Be a Boost For Fuel Cells
Sunday October 21, 2007 @11:26PM The Development of Ecologically Sound Jet Fuel
Saturday October 20, 2007 @04:56PM GMOs Perfected Down to the Chromosome Level
Monday October 15, 2007 @06:07PM New Plastic to Cut CO2 Emissions and Purify Water
Friday October 05, 2007 @06:51PM Super-Light Plastic As Strong as Steel
Sunday September 23, 2007 @09:08PM Drawing on Air With Haptics in 3D
Sunday September 16, 2007 @11:35PM Robotic Scout To Survey Arctic Ice
Friday September 07, 2007 @08:37PM A Telescope as Big as the Earth
Monday August 27, 2007 @11:27AM Low-Energy Neutrinos Detected In Real Time
Thursday August 23, 2007 @08:52PM Evanescent Lasers to Speed Up Data Transmission
Wednesday August 15, 2007 @06:32PM Images of Endeavour's Damaged Tiles
Wednesday August 08, 2007 @04:43PM Imaging Breakthrough "Sees" Lung Disease
Sunday August 05, 2007 @10:47PM The Physics of Beer Bubbles
Thursday July 26, 2007 @08:26AM Matching Cancers With the Best Chemical Treatments
Wednesday July 04, 2007 @10:25PM Man Finally Makes the Weed-Removing Robot
Monday May 14, 2007 @07:31AM 3-D Model of Breast Cancer in the Lab
Monday April 30, 2007 @09:11PM A New Wireless Power Transmission Sheet
Monday April 16, 2007 @04:01AM Nanotech and Wireless Guard Against Earthquakes
Monday April 09, 2007 @08:54AM Satellites Mating Via Robotic Arm
Sunday March 18, 2007 @09:33PM A Single-Photon Server
Wednesday March 14, 2007 @05:26PM The Birth of Semiconductor 2.0
Sunday March 11, 2007 @10:58PM NASA's Instrument For Detecting Life On Mars
Friday March 02, 2007 @04:58PM NASA's Future Inflatable Lunar Base
Saturday February 24, 2007 @07:26AM Fuel Efficient Five-Gear Rocket Engine Designed
Wednesday February 21, 2007 @10:00PM Fuel Tanks Made of Corncob Waste
Sunday February 18, 2007 @12:47AM Creating Power From Wasted Heat
Monday February 12, 2007 @03:00AM Recognizing Scenes Like the Brain Does
Monday January 22, 2007 @05:45PM Walking Molecule Now Carries Packages
Saturday January 06, 2007 @07:58AM New Molecules for a Faster Internet
Monday January 01, 2007 @11:37PM DieHard, the Software
Saturday December 30, 2006 @02:33AM What's Hidden Under Greenland's Ice?
Sunday December 24, 2006 @02:40PM The Physics of Santa
Saturday November 25, 2006 @09:49PM Triple-Shape Plastics for Surgery
Friday November 24, 2006 @01:48AM Laser Turns All Metals Black
Wednesday November 08, 2006 @07:59PM Wireless Sensors To Monitor Power Grids
Monday November 06, 2006 @12:07AM Nano-Optical Switches To Restore Sight?
Monday October 16, 2006 @06:32AM A $200-Million Floating Nuclear Plant?
Thursday October 12, 2006 @10:47AM A Vest to Hug You
Saturday October 07, 2006 @09:54PM Mapping Interior Spaces With Robots And GIS
Sunday October 01, 2006 @04:29PM Why First Generation Apple Products Suck
Sunday October 01, 2006 @04:26PM The Physics of a Good Store Location
Saturday September 30, 2006 @04:30AM A Buckyegg Breaks Pentagon Rules
Monday September 25, 2006 @12:29AM Natural Language Processing for State Security
Sunday September 17, 2006 @11:57PM Solar Boat To Cross the Atlantic
Saturday September 16, 2006 @01:03PM Plastic Batteries Coming Soon?
Thursday September 14, 2006 @03:26PM The Nanopowers of Spinach
Monday September 11, 2006 @01:35PM Fly Eyes for Spying Cameras
Friday September 08, 2006 @11:29PM Robocabs Coming to Europe
Thursday September 07, 2006 @03:22AM Nanocosmetics Used Since Ancient Egypt
Sunday August 27, 2006 @12:46PM The Mystery of Oregon's 'Dead Zone'
Saturday July 29, 2006 @08:43AM Text Mining the New York Times
Saturday July 22, 2006 @10:11PM Anna Konda, the Robotic Firefighter
Saturday July 15, 2006 @02:47AM Catching Photons Coming from the Moon
Friday May 19, 2006 @10:44PM Robotic Telesurgery by Remote Surgeons
Monday May 15, 2006 @06:46AM A Traffic Control System For Molecules
Sunday May 14, 2006 @02:41AM Ready to Test a 'SmartShirt'?
Monday May 01, 2006 @12:15AM 'Cooking' Carbon Nanotubes Like Spaghetti

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