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Cool Acoustics guitars Cool acoustics make hot guitar
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Materials specialists create polymer guitar with leading musicians.
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Date Published: November 27, 2007

Philips Brilliance 256 slice CT scanner (Photo: Business Wire) The definitive health scan
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New 256-slice scanner brings new clarity while reducing radiation.
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Date Published: November 27, 2007

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Computer technology being developed to tackle drought.
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Date Published: November 27, 2007

London traffic © Photographer: Mike Liu | Agency: Dreamstime.com World class detection
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Loughborough technology wins prestigious IET innovation award.
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Date Published: November 27, 2007

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Satellite signals may be used to monitor weather at sea.
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Date Published: November 27, 2007

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Queens forms technology study partnership
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Queen's University Belfast and Bengal Engineering and Science University have launched a science and technology scholarship programme
Source: The Engineer
Date Published: November 23, 2007

Wood power for Wales
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Energy Secretary John Hutton has granted consent for a 350MW wood-chip fuelled electricity generating plant to be built in Port Talbot, south Wales
Source: The Engineer
Date Published: November 23, 2007

Thundervolt bus Hydrogen buses come to London
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Transport for London has signed a prime contract with San Diego, California based ISE Corporation for the supply of ten hydrogen-powered buses.
Source: The Engineer
Date Published: November 23, 2007

Friendlier cabins
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Voller Energy Group has been awarded a £146,561 grant to develop an environmentally friendly cabin for the construction sector.
Source: The Engineer
Date Published: November 23, 2007

Attack of the nanoparticles
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MIT scientists have developed nanoparticles that, when pulsed with an electromagnetic field, release drugs to attack tumours.
Source: The Engineer
Date Published: November 22, 2007