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There might soon be a new element on the periodic table. Researchers have created what they call element 117. Video provided by Newsy

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Tomorrow's Trains

Tomorrow's Trains

Deutsche Welle (Dec. 9, 2012) — Researchers from nine different German Aerospace Center Institutes are working together to come up with the train of the future. The vehicle that they're planning will be able to travel at 400 kilometers per hour. It will also be safer and more environmentally friendly than current locomotives. The so-called Next Generation Train will be a doubledecker, without any staircases inside. First-class passengers will get into the first floor, and second-class passengers will board at ground floor level. Sensors will be used to couple the sections of the trains. In the event of a crash, the nose of the train will crumple and absorb the energy of the collision. The damaged element can then be easily replaced. Tomorrow's trains will be able to do all this and a lot more.
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World's Most Precise Clock Gets Even More Accurate

World's Most Precise Clock Gets Even More Accurate

Newsy (Aug. 24, 2013) — The clock is fueled by ytterbium atoms, a rather exotic element that makes the clock more stable and accurate than ever before.
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Robots Takes Center Stage at CEATEC Tech Show

Robots Takes Center Stage at CEATEC Tech Show

Reuters - Light News Video Online (Oct. 7, 2014) — From playing table tennis to dancing dinosaurs, the latest in robotic technology debuts at Japan’s biggest tech expo. Roselle Chen reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Chinese Bio Printer to Ease National Organ Shortage

Chinese Bio Printer to Ease National Organ Shortage

Reuters (Nov. 10, 2013) — Researchers in eastern China have developed a 3D bio-printer that they say could create functional human body parts within the next twenty years. The printer represents a milestone for China in the field of regenrative medicine that could one day save millions of lives.Tara Cleary reports.
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