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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Shop Together: Circles and Activity Feeds :: Etsy Blog

Shop Together: Circles and Activity Feeds :: Etsy Blog
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Hoverbike

Hoverbike
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Australian built Hoverbike prepares for takeoff

Australian built Hoverbike prepares for takeoff
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Hoverbike

Hoverbike
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Underwater Spider Spins Itself an Aqualung - ScienceNOW

Underwater Spider Spins Itself an Aqualung - ScienceNOW
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First Graphene Integrated Circuit - IEEE Spectrum

First Graphene Integrated Circuit - IEEE Spectrum
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How to grow defect-free GaAs nanowires on silicon

How to grow defect-free GaAs nanowires on silicon
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Researchers Develop Long Range Infrared Microsensors Using Etching Technique

Researchers Develop Long Range Infrared Microsensors Using Etching Technique
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The fabrication of PDMS interconnecting interface assisted by tubing fixation « Chips and Tips

The fabrication of PDMS interconnecting interface assisted by tubing fixation « Chips and Tips
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The Mendeley API Binary Battle | Mendeley Developers Portal

The Mendeley API Binary Battle | Mendeley Developers Portal
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Rapportive just turned Gmail into a really useful Twitter client

Rapportive just turned Gmail into a really useful Twitter client
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Free Student Prototyping for Government Agencies | LinkedIn

Free Student Prototyping for Government Agencies | LinkedIn: "The Center for Government Interoperability partners with colleges and universities to provide free prototyping services to federal, state and local government. The universities' objective is to provide students with real world software project experience with an emphasis on teamwork, written and oral presentations, ethics and business and industrial projects. Students are typically only available for one semester, for short projects. They may not have specific commercial licenses such as Oracle or Microsoft. If your agency needs specific operating systems, databases or programming languages, you will have to provide them to the students. Student programmers operate under the oversight of their professor and are well suited for feasibility studies. The Center and the students to do not charge any fees."
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