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"NANO" has become a buzzword all over the world, and a wave of gimmicky products are out to take advantage. But beyond so-called "nano" socks, mp3 players, and even cigarettes, what exactly is nano-technology, and how is it changing our lives?
It's the fourth annual assembly of the international helicopter industry in Moscow and Nick Levy is finding out what's changing in the world of Russian choppers.
In this edition Nick Levy is embracing the snowy season to bring you some of the latest innovations from the world of winter sports.
April 12, 2011 has marked 50 years since Yuri Gagarin broke through the Earth's atmosphere to become the first man in space. Within a decade, man had been to the moon. But did the space race die with the Cold War?
Is Tomsk set to be Siberia's hi-tech hub? Nick Levy takes a futuristic trip to the expanding cluster of innovative enterprises and ground-breaking projects to find out.
Get in the game and find out all the latest in game interfaces with Technology Update.
Distant space travel is a dream that requires never-ending research, incredible technology, and an imagination to match. But at top Russian institutes, that dream is inching closer to reality. Beyond orbit – on Technology Update.
How do you get from metal bars to Formula One cars? What makes a mechanical engineer into an automotive pioneer? The world's most innovative young minds chase the checkered flag at Formula Student Germany - on Technology Update.
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