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Governments monitor TV coverage of their agencies from their desktops using a TV search engine called the SnapStream Server.
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A bridge-building method developed by the University of Maine uses lightweight carbon tubes to make arches as strong as steel.
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Cyber-security issues surrounding the electric grid.
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