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    This animation shows the Thirty Meter Observatory and telescope design, which will use advanced optics to peer deep into the early universe.

  • Faster Flow

    A comparison of the performance of an animated simulation of fluid flow on different processors highlights how much faster RapidMind can make programs run on both multicore processors and specialized processors, such as graphics chips.

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    Cody Friesen, an associate professor of materials science at Arizona State University, explains his new battery design.

  • Getting More out of Crude

    An improved catalyst could help oil refineries get more gasoline out of a barrel of crude petroleum.

  • Making Lasers More Colorful

    A compact device that extends the range of colors from a laser could be used in portable explosive detectors.

  • Better Biofuels

    Using synthetic biology, LS9 custom-makes hydrocarbons.

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