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Wireless Charging Technology Comes to Formula-E Racing

Wireless Charging Technology Comes to Formula-E Racing

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Sep. 12, 2014) With the inaugural season of the electric Formula E motoring championship set to kick off, some of the brains behind one of the world's fastest electric cars say the future of electrical motoring depends on how technology tackles the challenge of charging. Joel Flynn has more. Video provided by Reuters
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What's Up for August 2014

What's Up for August 2014

NASA (Aug. 1, 2014) Go outside to see Venus and Jupiter at dawn, Saturn and Mars at dusk. No telescope required! Plus the annual Perseid meteor shower is in full swing now through the 17th. The shower peaks the night of August 12-13, but the bright moon that night will likely interfere with viewing some of the fainter meteors. The Perseid shower occurs each year when Earth travels through a trail of dusty particles left behind by comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle. Video provided by NASA
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NASA Prepares for Next Phase of Hubble Successor

NASA Prepares for Next Phase of Hubble Successor

Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Dec. 22, 2014) Scientists and engineers prepare for the next phase of the James Webb Space Telescope, the scientific successor to the Hubble. Nathan Frandino reports. Video provided by Reuters
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On the Hunt for Astronomical Artifacts

On the Hunt for Astronomical Artifacts

AP (Mar. 19, 2015) Call him the telescope hunter. Museum curator Marvin Bolt has traveled the world in search of the earliest models, cataloging more than 1,000 telescopes made before 1750, and he's learned how to take pictures through them. (March 19) Video provided by AP
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July 21, 2014 The seriousness of disease often results from the strength of immune response, rather than with the virus, itself. Turning down that response, rather than attacking the virus, might be a better way ... full story
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Aug. 18, 2014 While media attention has been focused recently on coronavirus cases in the Arabian peninsula and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, experts note that another threat lies in the spread of Chikungunya ... full story
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New Approach to HIV Vaccine Explored by Scientists

May 29, 2014 A promising new approach to a live attenuated HIV-1 vaccine is being pursued by scientists, using a genetically modified form of the HIV virus. The new method involves manipulating the virus' ... full story
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Oct. 20, 2014 Researchers have moved a step closer to identifying a treatment for the dreaded Human parainfluenza virus. These highly-infectious viruses are the leading cause of upper and lower respiratory tract ... full story
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Norovirus Stomach Bug: Scientists Take Step Towards Drug to Treat

Oct. 21, 2014 An experimental drug currently being trialled for influenza and Ebola viruses could have a new target: norovirus, often known as the winter vomiting virus. A team of researchers has shown that the ... full story
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Dec. 3, 2014 A new study reports an effective treatment approach to inhibit and keep latent viruses like herpes simplex from reactivating and causing disease by blocking a protein which plays a major role in the ... full story
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Bad Cold or Enterovirus 68? Infectious Diseases Specialist Answers Common Questions

Sep. 19, 2014 Does your child have Enterovirus 68 or just a bad cold? It can be hard to tell the difference between the two, but an infectious diseases specialist suggests how parents should treat their kids’ ... full story
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Apr. 21, 2014 Ginseng can help treat and prevent influenza and respiratory syncytial virus, a respiratory virus that infects the lungs and breathing passages, according to research findings. Seasonal influenza is ... full story
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