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MIT Materials Day Symposium 2017: Frontiers in Materials Research

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Redefining ‘Safety’ For Self-Driving Cars

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Each Volcano Has Unique Warning Signs That Eruption Is Imminent

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Fully Integrated Circuits Printed Directly Onto Fabric

Researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart... Read more

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Elsevier to Host Mars and Petroleum Geoscience Presentations at AGU Booth #431

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The Long, Strange History Of Dieting Fads

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