When Beta Bionics needed idealistic investors it found them on the Web.
Ada Lovelace, Marie Curie, Jane Goodall, Mae Jemison, and more pioneers who conquered curiosity against tremendous cultural odds.
Switch it on or off by closing your eyes.
Chinese scientists hope to soon be the first to use the CRISPR gene editing technique on human patients. They aim to help people with lung disease that doe
#tbt #bhm #allstate #ad pic.twitter.com/Xzh5lD2x0F – Keven Stonewall (@thatkevenguy) February 9, 2017 While most of his peers were focused on graduating and figuring out “what’s next?”, Keven Stonewall was discovering colon cancer breakthroughs during his last year of the high school. As a student working at a Rush University lab during his senior year, the…
Motherhood at any age.
The search giant has been using a DeepMind AI agent in its energy-hungry data centers over the last few months.
One big, happy lunar family.
To connect classical physics and quantum physics, physicists used two rubidium atoms to see if the effects of gravity are affected by the atoms’ quantum spins. Ultimately, the experiment failed to make that connection.
IBM just opened up access to one of its 5-qubit quantum processors for anyone to use by connecting it to the cloud. Here’s what it means for quantum research–and IBM’s top-line in years to come.
Experiment hints we sense light’s tiniest specks “at the threshold of imagination”
The Netherlands have replaced standard street lighting on a 500m stretch of highway with light-absorbing glow-in-the-dark road markings.
Samsung is the first to offer a taste of the next-gen memory cards.Its new Universal Flash Storage cards are the same size as microSDs, but can match the blazingly-fast data transfer speeds of solid state drives.Samsung’s new cards are the first to hit the market.
ON JULY 10th police in O’Fallon, a Missouri town of about 80,000 people, made a statement about the modus operandi of an armed gang that had been using “Pokémon Go”, a video game, to prey on the locals. “You can add a beacon to a Pokéstop to lure more players,” the lawmen explained.
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Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found a way to trick human embryonic stem cells to become pure populations of any of 12 cell types, including bone, heart muscle and cartilage within days.
LLNL researchers are exploring the use of metal 3D printing to create strong, lightweight structures for advanced laser systems – an effort they say could alter the way lasers are designed in the future.
Eventually, this data could help reveal the future of our universe.
There’s a whole lot of hype around precision medicine. Can it really revolutionize treatments? Dr. Eric Topol is a true believer.
MIT researchers have adapted a technique known as expansion microscopy to visualize RNA molecules at high resolution in tissue samples. They have also made the technique easier to use, with off-the-shelf components.
Nanotechnology Now – Press Release: Veggie juice that illuminates the gut: The medical imaging drink, developed to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal illnesses, is made of concentrated chlorophyll, the pigment that makes spinach green
The pigment that gives spinach and other plants their verdant color may improve doctors’ ability to examine the human gastrointestinal tract.
An atomic level version of Galileo’s Tower of Pisa experiment will force a rethink of some theories of quantum mechanics. Cathal O’Connell reports.
We are getting so close.
Scientists have conducted the world’s first successful time travel experiment, proving once and for all that time travel is possible.
The promise of meat made from pieces of lab-grown muscle tissue instead of living animals has dangled in front of us for decades. Now it’s actually happening.
The Momentum Machines robot can crank out 400 made-to-order burgers an hour. Now, it looks like the company is opening a restaurant in San Francisco.
The company that runs China’s power grid just proposed a $50 trillion global electricity network to help tackle pollution and climate change.
Spinnable maps of Jupiter and the Galilean moons.
A new theoretical model suggests that quantum entanglement helps prevent the molecules of life from breaking apart.