Example of investigatory project

Science (31 Mar, 2007)
Career growth: Look from inside
Which way chooses a man and which way chooses a woman while fighting for their career growth. Researchers from the University of Maryland unveil results of their survey. ...
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Offbeat (17 Apr, 2007)
USA Workers Allowed to Use Marijuana?
At present day it is estimated that about 300,000 people in the USA smoke marijuana for medical purposes, according to ASA data on registered users. ...
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Science (19 Apr, 2007)
New Electronic Display to Be Used on Clothes and Beer Cans

Scientists working on the international project are looking forward to bring the organic light emitting devices to the masses. Thus the invention could significantly cut costs by billions of dollars each year.

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Technology (19 Apr, 2007)
Additional Billion PC Users for Microsoft
Microsoft has developed a new project to offer governments an innovative moderately priced bundle of Office and Windows. This way the corporation hopes to reach billions of new PC users. ...
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Technology (03 Sep, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of August 2010
Machine able to convert plastic into oil, robot suit that helps elderly farmers, toothbrush that cleans teeth without toothpaste and more. ...
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Technology (20 Jul, 2010)
Latest Invention: Technology That Allows Sensing 3D Images
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, are currently working on their latest invention that allows users to feel the object in a 3D projection. ...
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Technology (29 May, 2007)
Microsoft Surface - Innovative Table-Like Computer
One of Microsoft's biggest projects resembles a normal coffee table. Switch it on and you will get a computer working without a traditional mouse and keyboard. A few people may sit on different sides of the table and use the computer simultaneously. ...
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Technology (02 Jul, 2010)
Intel's Technology Allows Transmitting Thoughts to Computer Interface
It would be interesting to note that the project makes use of EEG, fMRI, and magnetoencephalography in order to deduce what a person is thinking of based on their model of neural activity. ...
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Current Events (05 Jul, 2010)
Top 10 Latest Inventions of June 2010
1. First Interactive Film - the viewer receives a call on their cell phone from the main character of the movie and the goal is to guide the character through different rooms, telling her where to go and what to do. ...
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Technology (06 Jun, 2007)
More Google Earth Users than People in Brazil
Over 200 million people worldwide have installed Google Earth application. There are more Google Earth users than residents in Brazil with population of 188 million people. ...
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Technology (29 Apr, 2010)
Flexible Gaming Screen for Mobile Devices
Those who attended the Computer-Human Interaction conference were able to witness the presentation on a bendable projection screen system, developed by Human Media Lab. ...
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Health & Fitness (09 Apr, 2010)
Modern Mobile Hospital Composed of Trailers
A team of specialists from Hord Coplan Macht + Spevco came up with an idea of designing a new type of hospital composed of 58 trailers. ...
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Current Events (13 Sep, 2007)
Blind People Help Sighted to Discover the Unseen
An exhibition called "Dialogue in the Dark 2007 Tokyo" started in Tokyo. The exhibition is very unusual. It is the place where sighted people are guided by blind people through several specially constructed darkened rooms. Thus sighted people are able to "discover the unseen". ...
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Offbeat (27 Nov, 2007)
eBay - Ground for Weirdest Lots
eBay - the most popular Internet auction - where people can become rich and stay anonymous, is also a place where other people are trying to sell absolutely unnecessary and weird things... on the first look. ...
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Press-releases (19 Dec, 2007)
Ethical Sourcing Forum (ESF), North America, 2008
Ethical Sourcing Forum (ESF), North America, 2008 ...
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