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    Hothead Technologies has developed a system that can sense and warn a user of heatstroke. In this video, an RFID transmitter is fitted in a headband and a white temperature-sensing patch touches the wearer’s forehead. Readings are beamed to a PDA (not shown). When the wearer’s temperature hits 102.5 and stays there for 20 seconds, an alarm sounds on the PDA.

  • Chrome Experiments

    The applications uploaded to the project homepage are designed to show off the browser’s capabilities.

  • A Better Biofuel Bug

    Scott Laughlin, CEO of Zymetis, discusses his company’s work to genetically modify bacteria that efficiently converts biomass to sugar.

  • Gravity Satellite Blasts Off on Climate Mission

    The Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) is a new satellite developed by the European Space Agency to measure the earth’s gravity field. Here, researchers discuss the mission and how it will impact climate-change research.

  • How the Experts Quantify Sports

    Experts on a panel called “Basketball Analytics” at MIT Sloan School of Management’s Sports Analytics Conference 2009 discussed ways to quantify sports.

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