Stewartson, Karen
September 2012
Government Technology;Sep2012, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p61
Academic Journal
The article announces the latest in science and technology around the world including a holographic avatar of a Newark Liberty International Airport employee, an iPhone application software that screens cancer and solar powered kiosks that can bring clean power to parts of the world off the electric grid.


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