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What we're reading: battlefield brain scanners

Navy brain scanners; NASA's Boeing 747 hole; South Korea's sustainable city; Internet code energy efficiency; Hawaii marine trash.
Written by Andrew Nusca, Contributor on

1.) The U.S. Navy wants troops to wear brain scanners into war to better diagnose brain trauma.

2.) NASA cuts a 15-foot hole in a Boeing 747 for space science.

3.) South Korea announced a $14.6 billion plan for a sustainable city for science and education.

4.) With new code, the Internet could be 99 percent more energy efficient.

5.) NOAA and the U.S. state of Hawaii announced a plan to clean up marine trash.

This post was originally published on Smartplanet.com

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