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Elon Musk Just Launched A Company To Merge Your Brain With A Computer:




The First Diabetic Patient Who No Longer Needs Insulin Therapy:


The doctors of the University of Miami's Diabetes Research Institute have successfully treated a patient who has been suffering from high diabetes by a unique method of treatment. Now, the doctors ...


The Future Called: We're Disgusting And Barbaric:


Humans have always done things that were considered normal at the time, that now seem horrific. Pregnancy, meat eating, and fossil fuels will all one day be unthinkable. Matt Chessen Full Story: ...


Forget Bitcoin. The Blockchain Could Reveal What's True Today and Tomorrow:


As far back as the 1880s, people stood on the curb outside the New York Stock Exchange taking bets on political elections, and newspapers would report the odds as a way of predicting the results at the ...


Meet the Remarkable Robot That Communicates Like No Other:




Nine technologies that could change the world (maybe):


Energy companies and analysts spend a lot of time gazing into metaphorical crystal balls. Oil investments can cost billions, for example; investors, for their part, want to place winning bets. McKinsey ...


Solar-powered aquaponic greenhouses grow up to 880 lbs of produce each year:


Fresh produce - ideally grown locally right in your backyard - is essential to a healthy diet, but with scores of people either lacking the space, time, or knowledge to cultivate their own food, for ...


The New Raspberry Pi Zero W Is Your Key to the Hackable Future:




Translating earphones available in more than 15 languages:


New York-based Waverly Labs http://www.waverlylabs.com/ is preparing for first distribution of its language translating Pilot earpiece, soon to work with more than 15 languages. Full Story: ...


New nanogel neutralizes deadly snake venom:


According to the World Health Organization, snakes bite an estimated 5 million people each year, killing more than 100,000 of those victims and permanently injuring hundreds of thousands more. Current ...


Regi-Robo makes cashiers and baggers redundant:


Barcodes and laser scanners may have made life easier for store cashiers, but the next evolution in checkout technology could put them out of a job. In Osaka, Japan, a Lawson convenience store, through ...


Business Giants to Announce Creation of a Computing System Based on Ethereum:


Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase and other corporate giants are joining forces to create a new kind of computing system based on the virtual currency network Ethereum. Some 30 companies are set to announce ...


How Silicon Valley Is Trying to Hack Its Way Into a Longer Life:


The titans of the tech industry are known for their confidence that they can solve any problem--even, as it turns out, the one that's defeated every other attempt so far. That's why the most far-out strategies ...


Could hearing loss be treated with a shot to the ear?:


If you've ever been warned about listening to too much loud music, then you may have heard that the sound-processing cells in our inner ear are killed by loud noises ... and they don't regenerate. Well, ...


This Technology Could Finally Make Brain Implants Practical:




Ultrafast camera to improve vision of self-driving cars and drones:


To avoid accidents, self-driving cars and drones need to be able to quickly take in their surroundings even in extreme road conditions and bad weather, but conventional optical cameras aren't quite up ...


Woolly Mammoths could be 'de-extinct' in 2 years:


This whole nostalgia thing is getting out of control because scientists are about to bring back the woolly mammoth, the Guardian reports. Harvard professor George Church--who New Scientist calls a ...


Swap-in wheel converts any bike into an electric within 60 seconds:


Interested in trying an electric bike, but too attached to your traditional frame to part with it? Now there's a solution for you - the GeoOrbital bike wheel. It's a battery-powered tire that can ...


Human stem cells hunt down and kill brain cancer:


In a rapid-fire series of breakthroughs in just under a year, researchers have made another advance in the development of an effective treatment for glioblastoma, a common and aggressive brain cancer. The ...


Leaked Video Shows Wild New Boston Dynamics Robot - 'Handle':


The new robot, called 'Handle', gets around on two wheels. You may know Boston Dynamics for its adorable (if slightly clumsy) dog robot Spot or its impressive humanoid Atlas robot. But the robotics ...


LSD's lid action found to be reason for long-lasting trips:


Could proponents of microdosing, the Silicon Valley productivity trend that involves taking tiny hits of LSD, be on to something? A new study revealing the reason acid trips last such a long time suggests ...


Breath test for stomach and esophageal cancers shows promise:


There has been a significant amount of research over recent years in the field of diagnosing illness through breath tests. A quick exhale into a device could prove a cheap, effective revolution in early ...


Brain hormone triggers fat burning regardless of food intake:


Although the neurotransmitter serotonin has previously been shown to play a central role in regulating appetite (amongst other things), the reasons for this remained unclear. In an attempt to shed some ...


This Genetically Modified Salmonella Destroys Brain Cancer:




These 2017 Trends Will Change Our World:


Our world spins faster and keeps on shifting to higher gears. Some of us focus on the past. Things that were. Those people sometimes get nausea when the world spins faster around their heads. Others enjoy ...


Printed human body parts could soon be available for transplant:




This skin cancer-spotting algorithm rivals dermatologists:


The option of receiving a skin-cancer diagnosis by smartphone could save lives, say researchers. It's scary enough making a doctor's appointment to see if a strange mole could be cancerous. Imagine, ...


Bioprinting shows us some more skin:


If a new bioprinter developed in Spain lives up to the hype, skin grafts taken from a person's own body may become a thing of the past. Created by a team at Carlos III University of Madrid, the machine ...


The Heroism of Incremental Care - There is a Revolution Coming in Healthcare :


We devote vast resources to intensive, one-off procedures, while starving the kind of steady, intimate care that often helps people more. By Atul Gawande Full Story: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/23/the-heroism-of-incremental-care *** Video ...


AI Software Learns to Make AI Software:



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