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image of an electric car Carnegie Mellon Study Finds Benefits of Plug-in Vehicles Depend on Battery Size
Released September 26, 2011
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engineering graphic Better Design Decisions Make Energy-efficient Buildings, Clemson University Researcher Says
Released April 19, 2011
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Photo of Cornell University researchers holding up a double pendulum. Maybe Robots Dream of Electric Sheep, But Can They Do Science?
Released April 2, 2009
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A front and back view of Michelangelo's David through the eyes of the Scan and Solve software. Tell Them Where It Hurts
Released March 18, 2008
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