Phasing out the production tax credit, and adding cost and performance requirements, could shorten the path to large-scale renewable energy.
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A test of high-bandwidth optical communications from lunar orbiter to Earth stations succeeds.
If you thought a blob of oil is a good-for-nothing, useless, errr, blob, here’s a video that will make you think again.
For Apple events, the thrill isn’t gone, but it’s starting to fade.
Two experimental Twitter “apps” that create a personalized, private feed of recommendations could be joined by many more.
Spark Therapeutics hopes to commercialize multiple gene-based treatments developed at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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Noise maps are notoriously time-consuming and expensive to make. Unless you crowdsource the data from smartphones, say Australian engineers.