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theepochtimes.com — Jeffrey Van Middlebrook, a polymath inventor in Silicon Valley, in 2006 figured out a way to sequester gas from waste combustion that, if brought to an industrial scale, could be worth a fortune. Middlebrook invented the system in his workshop, and called it the broad-spectrum fractional sequestration combustion gas liquefier.
theepochtimes.com — A baby's life has been saved by innovative U.S. doctors who used 3-D printing to create a vital splint to keep him breathing. The doctors described their ground-breaking procedure in a report in theNew England Journal of Medicine. Kaiba Gionfriddo began to develop difficulties breathing weeks after being born, his collapsed bronchus blocking the vital flow of air.
theepochtimes.com — NEW YORK- Ed Wachenheim III initially hesitated when the president of New York Public Library had asked him to fund the development of a very "expensive and complicated box." The photooxidation-preventing case would cost $6,000 to protect a 31 inch document from air and light.
theepochtimes.com — Tornado bowling pins standing: Storm chaster Reed Timmer tweeted a photo of a bowling alley in Moore, Oklahoma, where a massive tornado on May 20 created destruction. Timmer's photo shows bowling pins standing amidst a wrecked bowling alley. "Tornadoes do STRANGE things," he tweeted. "Check out this photo from the bowling alley in #Moore.
theepochtimes.com — A successful Chinese film director becomes entangled with the propaganda schemes of a brutal dictator. The director enjoys a rich and privileged life, but then loses everything when the dictator's political opponents charge him with violating the nation's family-planning laws.
admin3.theepochtimes.com — NEW YORK- Sweets First, a peerless cupcake store that also sells hot sandwiches opened in Queens in April. Its menu includes exotic flavors such as the Broccoli and Cheese Cupcake and French Toast Cupcake. The Astoria cupcake store is right around the corner from the Museum of the Moving Images; hence, they have named their cupcakes appropriately.
newyork.grubstreet.com — Yitang Zhang couldn't get a teaching job after receiving his Ph.D., and things got so dismal at one point that he even became a Subway sandwich artist in order to stay afloat.
theepochtimes.com — NASA has granted researchers $125,000 to further develop 3D-printed food. Such technology is said to be the potential solution for long-distance space exploration, as well as world hunger. Mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor, Senior Mechanical Engineer at Systems and Materials Research Corporation, received the fund to begin on phase one of the 3D food printer prototype.
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