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- Apr 03, 2019

The 5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

MIT-house-sensorA new device could bring DNA analysis to the bedside, 3D-printed tumors could help doctors attack cancer, and a know-it-all sensor that listens to electricity could spot a short in your home before you lose power. This week’s science news haul is pretty powerful. I Spy, With My Little Sensor, Electrical Anomalies MIT tested the sensor on a U.S. Coast Guard cutter.  Associated Environmental Systems can help solve your new technology testing needs.

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