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MODAP
New Scientist, 03/11/2011
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Online anonymity
may be a luxury we can no longer afford – and it's disappearing fast anyway. Are we ready to bare all on the internet?.
ICTeCollective
BBC News, 15/09/2010
ICTeCollective
Falling in love costs you 2 friends
We probably all know that a passionate new relationship can leave you little time for others, but now science has put some numbers on the observation.
PHOME
BBC News, 18/03/2010
Swarmanoid
Invisibility cloak created in 3-D
Scientists have created the first device to render an object invisible in three dimensions.
SWARMANOID
The Economist, 10/08/2010
ICTeCollective
Riders on a swarm
Mimicking the behaviour of ants, bees and birds started as a poor man's version of artificial intelligence. Yet it may prove to be the key to the real thing.
CURVACE
Davos, 2010
Swarmanoid
Welcome to the IdeasLab
Discovering creative technological solutions for the ageing population
NIW
Wired Magazine, 29/04/2010
SIMBAD
Augmented reality & haptic flooring
Researchers at McGill University in Montreal, Canada have developed floor tiles that can simulate the look, sound and feel of snow or grass... 
MEGAFRAME
New Scientist, 28/10/2009
ICTeCollective
Super-slow motion camera can follow firing neurons
Slow motion just got a whole lot slower, with a camera sensor able to film action at 1 million frames per second.
DRIVSCO
ICT results, 08/02/2010
Swarmanoid
When cars go to driving school
The next generation of cars may be smart enough to learn how you drive and warn you when you're not driving safely.
MAIA
EC Infocentre, 28/3/2007
SIMBAD
Rehabilitation robots
How the development of a similarity-based approach promises to change the machine learning and pattern recognition domains.