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Posted by webmaster on 2012/4/6 11:35:23 ( 635 reads )



Innovation is a tradition at the UA. This video answers these questions: What if a super detective app could stop criminals in their tracks? What if we could engineer joints that worked as well as the originals? What if unlocking the genetic secrets of rice gave us a blueprint for feeding the world? What if we cold re-engineer urban habitats to prevent the extinction of thousands of wild species? What if telescope technology could power the planet with clean and affordable energy? What if tree rings were a cosmic Braille that could help us address climate change and manager natural resources? What if aircraft could fly 10 times faster than they do today? What if we could be projected in 3D anywhere, at anytime?

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