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James Bond Would Be Impressed!

Researchers in Illinois have developed a cloaking device that hides underwater objects from sonar. You can imagine the benefits this might have in future military applications, however, researchers are interested in exploring its uses in soundproofing and healthcare as well.

 

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Top 10 Scientific Innovations of 2010

First off, the “ShamWow” is not on this list. We are talking about true innovations that make our world a better place to live. Breakthroughs in medicines and technologies that hold great promise in helping to cure disease and provide a better understanding of where we came from and where we might be going as a society. Breakthroughs in physics and quantum mechanics, synthetic biology and RNA, which may enable scientists to reprogram how cells behave to help fight disease are just the tips of the iceberg.…