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Articles from R & D (December 1, 2014)

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A clear vision: for Karl Deisseroth, R&D Magazine's Scientist of the Year, his two major scientific breakthroughs are just a means to an end: understanding the human brain. Livingstone, Paul 1853
A zero-net-energy teaching laboratory: heat pumps and filtered fume hoods can help achieve ZNE. Knowles, Jacob 1176
Innovation's fine line. Studt, Tim Editorial 783
Leading the bionic age: turning injury to success, Prof. Hugh Herr is at the forefront of the bionic age. Hock, Lindsay 1758
Lowering resistance: recent advances in circuit design have allowed the latest magnetoresistive sensors to outperform some well-established competitors. Livingstone, Paul 998
Multidisciplinary and collaborative R&D: strong working research teams are the driving trends for a proactive, forward-looking approach to R&D. Studt, Tim 2669
Steps toward sustainable high-containment laboratories: modular laboratories offer a practical solution to energy efficiency and handling dangerous pathogens we encounter today and in the future. Serle, Jeff 1276
The next big things: datalogging equipment is at the leading edge of the move toward the internet of things. Livingstone, Paul 928
Top news stories trending online. List 124

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