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  • Ultra-Low-Power Cell Phones

    Programmable analog circuits could drastically reduce the power needs and cost of electronics in portable devices.

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  • Sensors Without Batteries

    In the future, the environment could be pervaded by sensors using the same power-scavenging techniques as RFID tags.

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  • Making the Power Grid Smarter

    A project is networking home appliances and thermostats to electricity grids, decreasing utility costs and electricity loads.

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  • Small, Cheaper Flash Memory

    Freescale Semiconductor is using nanoscale materials to halve the size of flash memory and make it much less expensive.

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  • Hydrogen from Biomass

    A novel process for squeezing hydrogen out of biomass could mean a cheaper and easier way to make hydrogen for fuel cells.

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  • Finding "Hidden" Drug Effects

    A new technique could reveal the benefits and drawbacks of experimental drugs earlier in the discovery process.

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  • A Clue to Living Longer

    According to a study with mice, restricting calories may boost longevity – by altering growth hormone and insulin.

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