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The modern-day windmill is part energy icon, part tourist attraction and part residential building.
When Charles Matz and Jonathan Michael Dillon went to Ethiopia to take 3-D scans of the city, they also scanned images of the people.
The device could, for the first time, make holographic technology available for home and family use.
New study suggests EEG monitoring of brain activity is more accurate than traditional survey techniques.
The self-learning software could be used to control autonomous cars and improve stock market and weather forecasting.
As the Japanese population ages, caregiving is going to the robots.
A robotic prosthetic hand restores function almost as well as a flesh-and-blood transplant with the risk of rejection.
These plant machines regulate their growth without human intervention.
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