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Feb 16, 2017

Australian entrepreneur reveals ‘brain-controlled’ telepresence robot

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

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Australian entrepreneur reveals brain-controlled telepresence robot. Teleport utilizes brain controlling interface to follow the focal point of a user’s mind and serve various fields of life.

Australian Developer has released a telepresent robot that will let the users attend school or work distantly. People, with a limited mobility of upper limb, will remotely attend tasks through this off-the-shelf mind controlling interface costing 200 UDDs.

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Feb 9, 2017

Bizarre new helium compound may rewrite science books

Posted by in categories: chemistry, education, particle physics, science

At school you may have been taught that helium was a noble gas because it was totally unreactive.

But, new research suggests it might not be as virtuous as we first thought.

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Feb 7, 2017

Genetics Is Giving Way to a New Science of Life

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, genetics, science

By Jonathan Latham, PhD

Test your understanding of the living world with this simple question. What kind of biomolecule is found in all living organisms? If your answer is “DNA”, you are incorrect. The mistake is very forgiveable though. The standard English-language biology education casts DNA (DeoxyriboNucleic Acid) as the master molecule of life, coordinating and controlling most, if not all, living functions. This master molecule concept is popular. It is plausible. It is taught in every university and high school. But it is wrong. DNA is no master controller, nor is it even at the centre of biology. Instead, science overwhelmingly shows that life is self-organised and thus the pieces are in place for biology to undergo the ultimate paradigm shift.

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Feb 7, 2017

High-tech tool joins breast cancer battle

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, health

Cara Guilfoyle, M.D., FACS, leads the Coordinated Health Breast Center, which covers all aspects of diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of breast conditions. Breast Center services are available at Coordinated Health locations in Allentown and Pittston.

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women; however, thanks to new diagnostic imaging tools and better patient education, more women are surviving it than ever before.

According to Coordinated Health breast surgeon Cara Guilfoyle, M.D., FACS, the earlier that women are diagnosed with breast cancer, the better their prognosis.

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Feb 7, 2017

Bohr’s quantum theory revised

Posted by in categories: education, information science, quantum physics

Bohr’s atomic model was utterly revolutionary when it was presented in 1913 but, although it is still taught in schools, it became obsolete decades ago. However, its creator also developed a much wider-ranging and less known quantum theory, the principles of which changed over time. Researchers at the University of Barcelona have now analysed the development in the Danish physicist’s thought — a real example of how scientific theories are shaped.

Most schools still teach the atomic model, in which electrons orbit around the nucleus like the planets do around the sun. The model was proposed more than a century ago by Danish physicist Niels Bohr based on Rutherford’s first model, the principles of classical mechanics and emerging ideas about ‘quantisation’ (equations to apply initial quantum hypotheses to classical physical systems) advanced by Max Planck and Albert Einstein.

As Blai Pié i Valls, a physicist at the University of Barcelona, explains: “Bohr published his model in 1913 and, although it was revolutionary, it was a proposal that did little to explain highly varied experimental results, so between 1918 and 1923 he established a much more wide-ranging, well-informed theory which incorporated his previous model.”

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Feb 7, 2017

Solar-powered Ring Garden marries desalination and agriculture for drought-stricken California

Posted by in categories: education, energy, food, sustainability

Ring Garden is a finalist of LAGI 2016: Santa Monica, a biennial design competition that encourages interconnectivity between art, renewable energy and education.

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Feb 6, 2017

2016 Quantum Biology Theory Documentary

Posted by in categories: education, life extension, neuroscience, quantum physics

Many folks have seen by my posts on QC as QC is desperately needed for our technical and energy infrastructures we now need to expand our work on quantum bio as it will drastically reduce healthcare costs and mortality rates through an approach of the brain is able to heal the body itself. I know many (like myself) taking their QC knowledge & applying to medical research in Quantum Biology. Our focus is on multiple fronts including areas such as reverse aging, cell & gene technology, immunology, brain health, etc.

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Feb 5, 2017

Transhuman: A New Documentary on People Who Want to Live Forever

Posted by in categories: education, life extension, transhumanism

#Libertarianism and #transhumanism story via The Libertarian Republic:

The transhuman community is getting a look at in a new documentary by Ford Fischer called Transhuman. What is so interesting about transhumanism?

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Jan 30, 2017

Envision Your Future

Posted by in categories: education, futurism

For kids and teens to make there dreams for the future possible. A resource to find a greater education to grow to be the future of our tomorrow.

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Jan 29, 2017

Australian archaeological startup raises $679,000 to rebuild ancient sites in VR

Posted by in categories: education, virtual reality

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Archaeology isn’t an easy job, but it becomes easier in virtual reality, if you can walk around ancient buildings as if they were still there.

Lithodomos VR, an Australian virtual reality archaeological startup, knows this and has raised $900,000 in Australian dollars ($679,000 in U.S. dollars) in a seed funding round.

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