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Oscar Pistorious has been making great strides for the cause of prosthetic limbs but was banned from competing in the 2008 Olympics, after a scientific study concluded that he actually had an advantage because of his artificial feet.

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The recent North American International Auto Show showcased many green and clean concept cars, trucks, vans and SUVs to meet your future needs.

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How far along are we? Can we grow our own organ?

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What do party balloons and NASA have in common? Sometimes, scientific research can look like good-old fun.

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Nintendo DS BrainTraining promises to increase your brain capacity through a series of exercises that stimulate the flow of blood to the prefrontal cortex, inspired by the work of a prominent Japanese neuroscient Dr. Kawashima.

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Wind turbines were developed to capture the kinetic energy of moving air by slowing it down and transforming its energy into electrical energy.

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If you were able to pick between two super powers, which would you choose... X-ray vision or the ability to fly?

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Every day, television provides viewers with millions of bite-sized electronic pieces of information about the weather, sports, this season's hottest fashion trends, and much more.

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Software engineers may often be low profile, but they are behind the scenes pretty much everywhere. From your iPhone to the ATM on the corner to the website of that university you just got accepted to, programmers have their fingers in everything.

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The field of engineering covers a wide range of different careers. Hang Tran, a Systems and Controls Software Designer who specializes in robotics talks to us about her career path.

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