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Bill Gates on How Blood Will Soon Tell Us Everything:


Few things trouble me as much as the fact that many cutting-edge medical advances aren't available to everyone who needs them. Many lifesaving procedures require specialized equipment and trained technicians. ...


Cheap metal ribbons strip pollutants from water in minutes:


A breakthrough in the realm of wastewater treatment is promising to greatly hasten the process of removing pollutants, and do so at a fraction of the cost of existing approaches. Scientists in Australia ...


What is 5G, when is it coming and why do we need it?:


Superfast 4G mobile data service is still developing in both coverage and speed capabilities. So why the need for 5G, especially when 4G connectivity speeds will be able to be faster than home fibre ...


Molar Mic puts a wireless comms system inside the mouth:


The latest communication aid from the company has attracted the attention of the US Department of Defense, which has awarded Sonitus a contract to develop a wireless two-way comms system that clips to ...


Startups Flock to Turn Young Blood Into an Elixir of Youth:


While much work remains to be done on how this regenerative process actually works, Stanford's parabiosis studies have since inspired the creation of a handful of ambitious startups aimed at producing ...


This Hearing Aid Can Translate For You--and Track Steps Too:


It's too loud for me to hear inside the Cupertino coffee bar, but Achin Bhowmik says it doesn't bother him. He's got a superpower, he says. If I look closely--very closely--I can see the tiny plastic ...


Neuralink: How The Human Brain Will Download Directly From a Computer:


Neuralink, the brain-computer interface and neuroprosthetics company started by Elon Musk and others in 2016 is developing ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers. ...


Teen entrepreneur develops AI-based Parkinson's detection technology:




Would you plunk down $30,000 to get the most from your brain?:




Our first look at Alphabet's smart city:


Timber towers and smart pavement: Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs is sharing an early glimpse of its Toronto development. By Aileen Kwun https://www.fastcompany.com/90219315/our-first-look-at-alphabets-smart-city?utm_source=postup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Fast%20Company%20Daily&position=3&partner=newsletter&campaign_date=08162018 ...


Novel compounds turn old cells young again in promising new anti-aging research:


A new study from researchers at the University of Exeter has shown how three specifically designed compounds can target the mitochondria in older human cells, effectively rejuvenating those cells ...


An EKG at your fingertips whenever you need it wherever you are. KardiaMobile:


"You cannot imagine the face of the nurse when I told them I was in AFib - This is one of the best products I have ever purchased and well worth the price. If you are suffering from AFib or had it you ...


Most Americans will happily try eating lab-grown "clean meat":



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"How To Die Young at a Very Old Age" This Pill Promises to Extend Life for a Nickel a Pop:


Nir Barzilai has a plan. It's a really big plan that might one day change medicine and health care as we know it. Its promise: extending our years of healthy, disease-free living by decades. As Lewis ...


The world's first "high-tech eco village" will reinvent suburbs:


ReGen village, in the Netherlands, will collect and store its own water and energy, grow its own food, and process much of its own waste. Also: no cars. By Adele Peters https://www.fastcompany.com/90207375/the-worlds-first-high-tech-eco-village-will-reinvent-suburbs?utm_source=postup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Fast%20Company%20Daily&position=1&partner=newsletter&campaign_date=07262018 ...


Record-breaking solid state memory stores data at 100 times the density of Blu-ray:


Scientists at the University of Alberta have demonstrated a new data storage technique that stores zeroes and ones by the presence (or absence) of individual hydrogen atoms. The resulting storage ...


Harvard's artificial heart parts beat like the real thing:


It goes without saying that the heart is an important organ, but it's difficult to study how it reacts to diseases and medications. Researchers at Harvard have now grown a model of a human left ventricle ...


2018 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance Review: First Taste:


With the appearance of electrically powered AWD, the Model 3 is playing a grand finale that's going to be epic. What should be a newsworthy moment--a road drive of the Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance--is ...


Lab-grown burgers could be on menus by 2021:


It may not be very long before you can go into a restaurant and order "one hamburger, hold the cow." Dutch startup Mosa Meat has secured €7.5 million (US$8.8 million) in funding to take lab-grown meat ...


Exclusive: Inside Beyond Meat's innovative future food lab:



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The "Home for sale" sign gets its first major makeover in nearly 50 years:




12 Innovations That Could Make Reverse Aging a Reality:




A.I. predicts side effects for millions of drug combos:


Researchers have created an artificial intelligence system for predicting, not simply tracking, potential side effects from drug combinations. Last month alone, 23 percent of Americans took two or ...


Experimental drug fuels hopes for new class of non-opioid pain relief:


With the current opioid crisis in the US, finding new non-addictive painkillers and other relief methods is key. An experimental, non-opioid drug known as EMA401 is showing promise, and now researchers ...


New drug shows promise for preventing and even reversing damage from age-related dementia and stroke:


Cerebral small vessel disease (SVD) is one of the most commonly associated causes of age-related dementia and stroke. New research, led by the University of Edinburgh, may have finally uncovered the ...


"I Was Devastated": Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets:




Scientists develop the smallest, cheapest electronic nose for search and rescue:


Scientists from ETH Zurich have developed what they claim is the "smallest and cheapest" electronic nose for sniffing out people, designed with earthquake and avalanche rescue in mind. The nose is ...


Imagine a city lit by glowing trees instead of streetlights:




Researchers Develop Contact Lenses That Can Shoot Laser Beams:


Making great headway in the area of flexible organic semiconductors development, a team of researchers have come up with a new optoelectronic device that shows great promise. By Mario L. Major ...


Google want to take over all your boring everyday tasks including.....:


Google will one day be able to drive a car for you. It can help you compose your e-mails and finish your thoughts now, automatically. And now, in a spooky view of the future, it can even make phone calls ...

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