We Like, February 23: Innovations in batteries, Google Glass preview and Microsoft building database for clinical trials Reply

See The Scientific Accident That May Change The World (Or At Least Your Battery Life)

Why aren’t we powering everything with tiny, fast, biodegradable “batteries”?

Microsoft developing database to diversify clinical trials

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Microsoft ($MSFT) is applying its database know-how to one of the big, long-standing problems of clinical trials–a lack of minority participation. The tech giant is turning data gathered by the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) into a searchable national archive to support the diversification of trials

Google unveils the amazing interface of Google Glass, its wearable computing device

Google’s new demo video of what it’s like to wear Google Glass is simply amazing. In two minutes, it runs through a half dozen ways that Google Glass could be a significant evolutionary step beyond the smartphone, from allowing remote friends and family to “hang out” with you in a more natural way to maps and directions that can be delivered straight to your eyeballs without having to glance away from the road.

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