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Sep 10, 2014

“Immortal” Cells from Henrietta Lacks Lead to Updated Rules on Genomic Data Sharing

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By Richard Van Noorden and Nature magazine — Scientific American

Scientists who work on genomics and are funded by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) must post their data online so that others can build on the information, the agency has said in an update to its guidelines.

The change, which expands the remit of an earlier data-sharing policy, is not expected to drastically alter research practices — many genomics researchers are accustomed to sharing their data. But the latest policy, released on 27 August, gives clearer instructions for gaining the informed consent of study participants. The NIH will now require researchers to tell study participants that their data may be broadly shared for future research.

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Sep 9, 2014

Jobs Versus Bots!

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Jobs Versus Bots!

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Sep 9, 2014

Second Guessing the State of the Morrow, Incorrectly!

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Second Guessing the State of the Morrow, Incorrectly!


Sep 9, 2014

Mota Smart Ring delivers smartphone alerts to your finger

Posted by in categories: electronics, smartphone

By — GizMag

Pairing the Mota Smart Ring with an Android or iOS device will enable notifications such a...

Your level of interest in the latest smart ring developments might just depend on how much time you spend yanking your phone out of your pocket. For those after connectivity without lifting a finger, the Mota Smart Ring is designed to ensure important updates are on hand right when you need them.

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Sep 9, 2014

Fun Info-graphic of 2014 Society! 2014 Western Caste System! (Some Serious Researched Books Argued)

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Sep 8, 2014

Getting Fortune 500 Prospective Client’s Cash, Continually and Successfully!

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Getting Fortune 500 Prospective Client’s Cash, Continually and Successfully!

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Mitsubishi Motors, Honda, Daimler-Chrysler’s Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, Royal Dutch Shell, Google, Xerox, Exxon-Mobil, Boeing, Amazon, Procter & Gamble, NASA and DARPA, Lockheed Martin, RAND Corporation and HUDSON Institute, Northrop Grumman Corporation, etc.

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Sep 8, 2014

Hitachi developing reactor that burns nuclear waste

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By — Gizmag

Hitachi is developing a new reactor that burns transuranium elements, such as those produc...

The problem with nuclear waste is that it needs to be stored for many thousands of years before it’s safe, which is a tricky commitment for even the most stable civilization. To make this situation a bit more manageable, Hitachi, in partnership with MIT, the University of Michigan, and the University of California, Berkeley, is working on new reactor designs that use transuranic nuclear waste for fuel; leaving behind only short-lived radioactive elements.

In popular imagination, nuclear waste is a wildly radioactive goo that glows like the back end of a lightning bug. But in real life, the real problem of nuclear waste isn’t the “hot” stuff, but the mildly radioactive elements with atomic numbers greater than 92. That’s because highly radioactive elements have short half lives. That is, they burn themselves out very quickly – sometimes in a matter of minutes or even seconds.

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Sep 7, 2014

The Police Tool That Pervs Use to Steal Nude Pics From Apple’s iCloud

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By  — Wired


As nude celebrity photos spilled onto the web over the weekend, blame for the scandal has rotated from the scumbag hackers who stole the images to a researcher who released a tool used to crack victims’ iCloud passwords to Apple, whose security flaws may have made that cracking exploit possible in the first place. But one step in the hackers’ sext-stealing playbook has been ignored—a piece of software designed to let cops and spies siphon data from iPhones, but is instead being used by pervy criminals themselves.

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Sep 6, 2014

Why Germany Outrules and Outsmarts the Entire World! By Andres Agostini at

Posted by in categories: economics, education, futurism

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Sep 6, 2014

How to Save The Net

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It’s impossible to overstate how much the Internet matters. It has forever altered how we share information and store it for safekeeping, how we communicate with political leaders, how we document atrocities and hold wrongdoers accountable, how we consume entertainment and create it, even how we meet others and maintain relationships. Our society is strengthened and made more democratic by the open access the Internet enables. But the Internet as we know it is at risk from a variety of threats ranging from cybercrime to its very infrastructure, which wasn’t built to withstand the complications our dependence upon it causes.

We asked some of the Net’s biggest stakeholders and thought leaders to lay out ways we can maintain the Internet as a home for innovation, community, and freely exchanged information. We are excited to present you with these six takes on what could go wrong—and how to bring us back from the brink.

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