Inside R&D Alert. Evaporation and Bacterial Spores as Sustainable Energy Sources; Laboratory Technique that Links Imaging Techniques with Cell Mutations; Seamless Data Transmission between Televisions Using Ultra High Frequency

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This issue profiles using evaporation and bacterial spores as sustainable energy sources, a laboratory technique that links imaging techniques with cell mutations, and seamless data transmission between televisions using ultra high frequency.

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Inside R&D Alert. Evaporation and Bacterial Spores as Sustainable Energy Sources; Laboratory Technique that Links Imaging Techniques with Cell Mutations; Seamless Data Transmission between Televisions Using Ultra High FrequencyIn This Issue1. EVAPORATION AND BACTERIAL SPORES AS SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOURCES2. LABORATORY TECHNIQUE THAT LINKS IMAGING TECHNIQUES WITH CELL MUTATIONS3. SEAMLESS DATA TRANSMISSION BETWEEN TELEVISIONS USING ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY4. UPGRADING THE LEAD-ACID BATTERY5. TECHVISION 2015




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