The Three Largest Telescopes , So Far. Telescopes are our windows to the universe. In fact, most of what we know about the Earth and its relation to the sun and other planets are due to the observations Galileo made using his refracting telescope (which was based on a design made by Dutch lens makers).

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3D Printed Flexible Solar Cells and LEDs May Soon Be Possible. Around the world, researches and engineers are searching for new methods to improve the operation and efficiency of solar cells. The University Of Southern Denmark (SDU) has been in the forefront in this research into producing flexible energy devices such as LEDS and solar […]

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Columbia University Researchers use Graphene for Next Generaton Optical Computers Electronics is an extremely interesting and amazing field of science. When combined with innovations and breakthroughs of other relative sectors, the results are stunning. Every day, we witness the birth of amazing inventions. One of them is the graphene light bulb.

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Stanford Researchers – ( TeK-THinK) True science is the observation of the real world around us, development of a hypothesis to explain what you see and testing of this hypothesis to validate it. When you find something in nature that is hard to understand using standard logic this is perfect opportunity to learn something new […]

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Advancements for Clean Energy – ( TeK-THinK) Graphene, is a strong, lightweight carbon honeycombed structure that’s only one atom thick, holds great promise for energy research and development specifically in the are of proton exchange membrane fuel cells.

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Experiments with Water ( TeK-THinK) Very few of us will ever be able to experience true zero gravity in a space station or capsule or even in a high altitude plane  reaching the top of parabolic trajectory. It makes me feel better that the people who have been able experience this have taken advantage of […]

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Caltech MAKEaTHON ( TeK-THinK) Two schools came together on the Caltech campus in Pasadena on the weekend of May 31, 2013 for a 24 hour cram session to design and make new things. 20 students working on projects such as: a sign-language translator, a direction signaler for cyclists, tags which allow you to locate missing […]

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Interactive 3D Surface Modelling Technology ( TeK-THinK) This new technology from MIT is best described as 3D surface modelling, and looks to have tremendous potential in education as well as other important areas. See what you think. Enjoy.

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