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U.S. Navy dolphins find antique torpedo

Dolphins trained by the U.S. military to find objects underwater have uncovered a late 19th century torpedo off the California coast.

By May 20, 2013

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Buzz Out Loud 1512: Anonymous starts their own social network! (Podcast)

The World Cup finals now holds the record for tweets per second. GOAAAAAL! If you're tired of waiting to get into Google+ the hacker group Anonymous is building their own. Wednesday could be a happy day for Apple fanboys, but who cares about Wednesday? Rebecca Black is dropping her new single "My Moment" on Monday! Yup, it's one of those Monday's.

By July 18, 2011

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Study: Algae biofuels need 10 years of R&D to compete

Energy Biosciences Institute says that sustained R&D is needed to make algae biofuels cost-competitive with fossil fuels.

By November 5, 2010

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At SRI, developing an expertise in R&D, innovation

Road Trip at Home: It might not be as well known as PARC, but SRI, in the heart of Silicon Valley, has spun off about 50 new ventures and is at the heart of some of the greatest innovations in technology history.

By October 26, 2010

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Microbes may be to thank for BP oil spill cleanup

Berkeley Lab scientists using PhyloChip analysis say a previously undiscovered species of ocean microbe is aggressively gobbling oil plumes from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

By August 25, 2010

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Behind the scenes at GE Global Research

As part of Road Trip 2010, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman spends a day at General Electric's famed R&D labs and sees a glimpse of some of the technologies the industrial giant will be coming out with in the future.

By August 11, 2010

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Fortified rice, fuel cells among Tech Award winners

Al Gore receives humanitarian honor at Tech Museum event that provides prizes to projects in the areas of environment, health, biosciences economic development, equality, and education.

By November 19, 2009

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Medical tools top WSJ's tech innovation awards

A pathogen sensor and an artificial hand take this year's gold and silver awards, besting a solar-powered base station for cell phones and paper-thin flexible speakers.

By September 14, 2009

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At Singularity U., big brains meet the future

During nine weeks at NASA Ames, an elite class of 40 is given access to thought leaders as it envisions tech to address real world needs, such as car sharing.

By August 20, 2009

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Evoking the romance of space travel, 1940s style

The "Raygun Gothic Rocketship" is a retro space ship "built" in 1944. In reality, it is one of the biggest art projects for the forthcoming Burning Man festival.

By August 15, 2009