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Robot removes kidney
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8/28/2008   Post a comment
A robot has for the first time removed a kidney with only a single incision.
Green energy research targets hydrogen, photosynthesis
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8/27/2008   Post a comment
Green energy initiatives are striving to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis.
IBM demonstrates light-emitting nanotube
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8/25/2008   Post a comment
Researchers at IBM Corp.'s Thomas J. Watson Research Center have brought silicon photonics one step closer to reality.
India gets first polysilicon solar project
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8/22/2008   Post a comment
A new polysilicon solar project to be located in the eastern Indian city of Haldia will be established as part of an integrated solar complex, including a power plant, at a total cost of about $1.25 billion.
World's biggest solar farm planned in India, report says
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8/8/2008   Post a comment
The world's largest solar power project is reportedly being planned for the state of Gujarat in western India.
ElectroniCast sees 9 percent growth in fiber optic attenuators
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8/5/2008   Post a comment
ElectroniCast sees global consumption of fiber optic attenuators growing 9 percent, to $136 million.
Technology Week in Review: Nano-inks, all-day solar
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8/1/2008   Post a comment
This week's top technology stories include a significant breakthrough in solar energy storage reported by an MIT chemist, a microscope-on-a-chip and the emergence of nano-inks for faster printing.
Solar projects dominate Indian semi proposals
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8/1/2008   Post a comment
The Indian government is reviewing a dozen proposals worth $23 billion under its semiconductor and electronics manufacturing policy to determine which are eligible for an incentive package announced last year.


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