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A water droplet on a waterproofed circuit board. Eureka Park Returns
Released January 7, 2013
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Closeu-up of a collection of pharmaceutical molecules after self-assembly. Drag-and-Drop DNA
Released December 4, 2012
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illustration of future building and wind turbines Regional Partnerships to Grow Green Technologies
Updated March 11, 2011
Artist's interpretation of FAST-ACT absorbing and destroying toxins. Decontaminating Dangerous Drywall
Released July 29, 2010
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EcoCradle packaging material is composed of agricultural byproducts bound by fungal roots. Latest "Green" Packing Material? Mushrooms!
Released July 26, 2010
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Photo of the OrbiTouch keyboard. Removing the Barriers of Autism
Released August 27, 2009
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A screen capture from an earlier VSee session from the newly named Obama school in Chad. Conflict Zones, Live
Released June 18, 2009
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Photo of Colleen Beeson of VSee holding the hardware component of their virtual office system. Keeping an Eye on the Inauguration
Released February 4, 2009
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Photo of green gasoline on top of water. From Sugar to Gasoline
Released September 17, 2008
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Photo of the new micro-fan which is only slightly larger than a dime. Tiny Torrents
Released March 17, 2008
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Screenshot of Beat the Traffic application in Washington, DC Powerful Tool Crunches Commutes
Released August 29, 2007
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Researchers have created bricks from fly ash that look and perform like normal bricks. Follow the "Green" Brick Road?
Released May 22, 2007
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In a snapshot from a single carrier's network in Tampa, Fla., blue dots show active mobile phones. Real-Time Traffic Routing from the Comfort of Your Car
Released August 30, 2006
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The Liberty Bell in the Liberty Bell Center. Protecting the Liberty Bell
Released July 3, 2006
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The 3D-Seek software rapidly locates objects with only a few quick steps. Doodle Search
Released February 23, 2006
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Portrait of Benjamin Franklin by artist David Martin (1737-1797) Ben Franklin Web Portal Brings the Man to the Masses
Released January 9, 2006
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Following Hurricane Katrina in Sept. 2005, a doctor talks to a patient with a broken neck. Web Tool May Help Doctors Make Better Decisions
Released December 6, 2005
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This illustration depicts white blood cells swarming to attack HIV in the brain Autoimmune Overload May Damage HIV-Infected Brain
Released September 27, 2005
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Penelope in surgery Robot Assistant Reports to Surgery
Released June 21, 2005
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Wafer Test Fixture that the researchers used to test the new porous-silicon diode Silicon Solution Could Lead to a Truly Long-life Battery
Released May 10, 2005
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The iSEM, demonstration version Education Magnified 100,000X
Released May 2, 2005
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