Here’s what technology in 2036 looks like, according to a survey of 2,088 Americans.
“You might own a car like some people own a horse. They might take a ride on the weekends or something.” Travis Kalanick, CEO Uber.
Zume, a new startup in Mountain View, is trying to make a more profitable pizza through robotics
New solar technology can turn any surface into a solar panel!
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An ancient reptilian creature was found by researchers to be the source of the spikes, plumage and fur that cover reptiles, birds and mammals.
Dutch researchers successfully raise radishes, peas, rye and tomatoes in soil mixed to match that of the red planet – giving hope that settlers could grow food
IBM and marketing company The Drum just announced that the AI Watson was able to edit an entire magazine on its own. This showcases the computing potential that AI has in an increasing number of fields.
The gene-editing technology’s cancer treatment safety test could start later this year
Work may aid organ transplants, crime scene investigations
A team of Physicians at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine now has their project of modifying the immune cells of 18 different cancer patients with the CRISPR-Cas9 system approved by the National Institute of Health.
The flexible photovoltaics, made by researchers in South Korea, could power wearable electronics. It is thin enough to wrap around a pencil but is as efficient and durable as the existing thicker ones.
More supercomputer news this week: The US is responding to China’s new Sunway TiahuLight system that was announced Monday, and …
These sunglasses let you listen to music while still hearing the rest of the world
It won’t be long before you will have your choice of electric cars.
Technological advances are changing farming in a variety of ways, but not all technologies that can be used should be used.
They just found this place.. Some are saying the conditions could be just right. The term exoplanet has gotten a lot or press in 2015 as astronomers focus a lot of their attention on studying these types of planets. The have found a few different kinds including some gas giants as well as some more…
New research suggests that nerve cells may be able to repair themselves by mobilizing mitochondria by removing a certain protein in cells. This may help combat neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s in the near future.
In search of greater security from code breakers, a new generation of code makers has been turning from math to physics.
MIT and a collection of exciting blockchain start-ups prove bitcoin is only the beginning.
Genetic diseases may soon be a thing of the past thanks to nanotechnology, which employs tiny particles to manipulate cells and change our DNA
Nigeria ICT Fest: Bridging the Digital Divide Dates: December 1-3, 2016 The Nigeria ICT Fest is a futurist conference in Nigeria whose purpose is to bridge the digital divide between Nigeria and the developed world, and is currently seeking partners, collaborators and sponsors. This is an interview with the Conference Lead Organizer Agbolade Omowole. ——————————————————————————————— […]
Physicists have discovered a “shadow” genome in our DNA-information carried in the mechanism by which DNA folds itself.
A drug developed using BPM 31510 and based on suggestions from AI could be the future of cancer treatment
A group of Japanese high-schoolers have found a way to hatch an egg, without the egg! Now biology classes can observe development while still keeping the…
The Invisible Man
(Owensboro inventor certain he’s found key for making things disappear)
By Jacob Bennett
July 5. 2005…
It’s not all that easy to call KnuEdge a startup. Created a decade ago by Daniel Goldin, the former head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, KnuEdge is only now coming out of stealth mode. It has already raised $100 million in funding to build a “neural chip” that Goldin says will make data centers more efficient in a hyperscale age.
Gene-based circuits are about to get decidedly more sophisticated. MIT scientists have developed a method for integrating both analog and digital computing into…
Robert Plomin, a deputy director of the MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Center at King’s College London, responds
Legendary master filmmaker Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Cave of Forgotten Dreams) examines the past, present and constantly evolving future of the…
A new lunar globe, dubbed MOON, was made using data from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Following a controversial top-secret meeting last month, a group of scientists have announced that they’re working on synthesizing human genes from scratch. The…
San Francisco startup is set to release a robotic device that folds laundry it for you. Called FoldiMate, it uses sensors and ‘arms’ for professionally folded garments — and for $700 to $850.
Rare mutation leads to a probability of developing the neurological disease.
Scientists in California are testing a spongy material made with the key ingredient of baking soda as means of capturing carbon emissions.