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Fields Of Perception is a new digital magazine for the Space, Science And Technology Industries. We keep you up to date with all the ground-breaking discoveries and advances in Space Exploration, Nanotechnology, Medical Advances and Electronics Innovation. Although we have a focus on Space sciences, Astronomy, Space development and other over-worldly themes, we cover more down to earth issues such as environment, renewable energy and medicine. We feature articles from these diverse subjects and enable you to discuss and share these wonders of human innovation with others. We have a forum that you can join and actively participate in the sharing of interesting developments in the topics found on Fields Of Perception.

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By: ESA
Date Posted: 08/02/2013
Setting up a lunar base could be made much simpler by using a 3D printer to build it from local materials. Industrial partners including renowned architects Foster + Partners have joined with ESA to test the feasibility of 3D printing using lunar soil. “Terrestrial 3D printing technology has produced entire structures,” said Laurent Pambaguian, heading the project for ESA. “Our industrial team investigated if it could similarly be employed to build a lunar habitat.”[read full story]
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By: Sanford-Burnham
Date Posted: 24/03/2013

Researchers discover that the extra chromosome inherited in Down syndrome impairs learning and memory because it leads to low levels of SNX27 protein in the brain. What is it about the extra chromosome inherited in Down syndrome—chromosome 21—that alters brain and body development? Researchers have new evidence that points to a protein called sorting nexin 27, or SNX27.
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By: North Carolina State University
Date Posted: 16/03/2013

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique for creating stronger, lightweight magnesium alloys that have potential structural applications in the automobile and aerospace industries.
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By: NVIDIA
Date Posted: 13/03/2013

NVIDIA has unveiled a range of NVIDIA® Quadro® professional graphics products that offer unprecedented workstation performance and capabilities for professionals in manufacturing, engineering, medical, architectural, and media and entertainment companies. Built on the ultra-efficient processing power of the NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture – the world’s fastest, most efficient GPU architecture
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By: Daniel Stolte, UA News
Date Posted: 05/03/2013

The discovery and UA analysis of an extremely rare African American Y chromosome pushes back the time of the most recent common ancestor for the Y chromosome lineage tree to 338,000 years ago. This time predates the age of the oldest known anatomically modern human fossils.
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By: NASA/JPL
Date Posted: 20/02/2013

NASA's Kepler mission scientists have discovered a new planetary system that is home to the smallest planet yet found around a star similar to our sun. The planets are located in a system called Kepler-37, about 210 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra. The smallest planet, Kepler-37b, is slightly larger than our moon, measuring about one-third the size of Earth. It is smaller than Mercury, which made its detection a challenge.
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By: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Date Posted: 18/02/2013

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory scientists in the Electronics Technology and Science Division, in collaboration with the Imperial College London and MicroLink Devices, Inc., Niles, Ill., have proposed a novel triple-junction solar cell with the potential to break the 50 percent conversion efficiency barrier, which is the current goal in multi-junction photovoltaic development.
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By: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Date Posted: 10/02/2013

At the Photonics West, the leading international fair for photonics taking place in San Francisco (USA) this week, Nanoscribe GmbH, a spin-off of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), presents the world's fastest 3D printer of micro- and nanostructures. With this printer, smallest three-dimensional objects, often smaller than the diameter of a human hair, can be manufactured with minimum time consumption and maximum resolution. The printer is based on a novel laser lithography method.
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By: Damien Gayle - dailymail
Date Posted: 22/01/2013

Asteroids could be mined for useful ores and minerals as they hurtle past the Earth under plans by a U.S. company to launch its first rock-prospecting spacecraft by 2015. Deep Space Industries announced today that it intends to launch a fleet of unmanned ships to intercept small asteroids as they speed past our own planet, possibly finding metals such as platinum. The company joins a host of other start-up firms which hope to soon exploit the untapped resources of near-Earth objects to help fuel our civilisation's next phase of technological development.
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