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Laser tech is set to measure earthquake damage to buildings

A diagram illustrating how the Discrete Diode Position Sensor works

How safe would you feel, going back into a multi-story building that had just been through an earthquake? A new sensor system could allay your fears, as it optically measures how much a building has swayed, and thus how damaged it may be.

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Injected after accidents, nanoparticles could prevent paralysis

The technology may someday be incorporated into an EpiPen-like device, that would be used to rapidly ...

When a spinal cord injury occurs, sometimes it's the body's own immune system that causes the subsequent paralysis. In the not-too-distant future, however, it's possible that an injection of nanoparticles at the injury site may be able to reign in the well-meaning but destructive immune cells.

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SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid’ Update, ‘Skulls of the Shogun’ and Today’s Other New Releases, the Latest Sales Info, and More

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for July 11th, 2019. It’s a huge day for new releases …

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Microsoft says Teams now has 13M daily active users

Teams, Microsoft’s two-year-old Slack competitor, is the company’s fastest-growing application in its history. That’s something Microsoft has said in the past, but for the first time, Microsoft today also announced actual user numbers for the service ahead of its Inspire partner conference next week. Teams now has 13 million active …

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