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Declare Your Independence With Ernest Hancock Morning December 29th 2009

Science, Medicine & Technology - Advances of 2009. What does the future look like?

Program Date:  Tuesday, December 29, 2009

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10-28-2009  •  arclein 
Pike Research forecasts that over 3 GW of new microgrid capacity will come on line globally by 2015, representing a cumulative investment of $7.8 billion. North America will be the largest market for microgrids during that period, capturing 74% of to 

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Ultracapacitor Startup Gets a Big Boost
10-31-2009  •  Technology Review 
An MIT spinoff just getting off the ground received a huge helping hand from the U.S. Department of Energy on Monday. (I was looking forward to this tech very soon... now with Gov. involvement I may never benefit :( 

Wrapping Solar Cells around an Optical Fiber
10-31-2009  •  Technology Review 
Dye-sensitized cells get a double boost from nanowires and optical fiber. 

A 25-Year Battery
11-17-2009  •  Technology Review 
Batteries that harvest energy from the nuclear decay of isotopes can produce very low levels of current and last for decades without needing to be replaced. A new version of the batteries, called betavoltaics, is being developed by an Ithaca, NY-base 

Making Powerful, Lightweight Batteries From Nothing But Nanotube Ink and Paper
12-08-2009  •  PopSi 
Paper Batteries It turns out making lightweight, bendable, foldable batteries is as easy as putting ink to paper. 

Tiny Nuclear Batteries to Power Micro Devices
12-09-2009  •  LiveScience 
Typical chemical batteries just don't cut it when a device needs to run for years without fail. Enter the betavoltaics, or tiny nuclear batteries that harvest energy from radioactive sources such as tritium. Now a company called Widetronix has dev 

Paper-Thin Batteries To Juice Self-Powered OLEDs
12-11-2009  •  PopSi 
Organig LEDs hold large promise for efficient, thin and flexible lighting elements (as well as razor-thin TVs), but low-tech power sources continue to constrain more creative uses of the lights. After all, what good is a shirt of woven LEDs if you ne 

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In New Way to Edit DNA, Hope for Treating Disease
12-28-2009  •  NY Times 
The technique depends on natural agents called zinc fingers, may revive the lagging fortunes of gene therapy because it overcomes the inability to insert genes at a chosen site. Treatments for bubble-boy disease, hemophilia and sickle-cell anemia 

Kinko's for Kidneys: 3D Printing Your Own Body Parts
12-22-2009  •  Treehugger 
3D printing to order is a regular subject on TreeHugger; we love the idea of making things when you need them, where you need them. And soon you will be able to order up body parts, at a sort of Ponoko for pancreas. Now people sit on waiting lists, h 

First Commercial 3-D Bioprinter Fabricates Organs To Order
12-17-2009  •  PopSi 
The problem with organ transplants is that the organ has to come from someone else. Since most people rather fancy their hearts and lungs, getting any organ other than a kidney usually requires the difficult combination of donor consent and timely de 

Nanosolar Commences Mass Production
12-16-2009  •  arclein 
Nanosolar 640MW Robotic Factory in Germany The first piece of news from Nanosolar concerns a solar panel factory in Germany with a capacity of 640MW/year. The fully-automated facility is located in Luckenwalde near Berlin, and its inauguration was 

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