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Oct 22, 2021

China’s Orbital Bombardment System Is Big, Bad News —but Not a Breakthrough

Posted by in categories: innovation, military

An attempt to evade missile defenses threatens to worsen a costly arms race.

Oct 20, 2021

Michael Antonov: longevity is all about tackling true unknowns

Posted by in categories: innovation, life extension

The Co-founder of Formic Ventures, Michael Antonov, is using logic and innovation to drive the longevity sector forward.

Oct 15, 2021

James Webb Space Telescope’s Journey to Space [Video]

Posted by in categories: innovation, space

https://youtu.be/Z4SXarl6i1k The James Webb Space Telescope will be the largest, most powerful telescope ever launched into space. Webb’s flight into orbit will take place on an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana. Webb is the next great space science observatory, designed to answer outstanding questions about the Universe and to make breakthrough discoveries in all fields of astronomy. Webb will see farther into our origins – from the formation of stars and planets, to the birth of the first galaxies in the early Universe.

Oct 11, 2021

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Posted by in categories: ethics, innovation

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Oct 9, 2021

This DNA Factory Is Aiming to Reprogram the World

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

After raising almost $3 billion, Ginkgo Bioworks has built the world’s largest DNA factory in a bid to alter the code behind life and replace traditional manufacturing with biology.

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Oct 6, 2021

SES CEO thinks satellite industry consolidation likely

Posted by in categories: innovation, satellites

The CEO of SES says consolidation of the satellite industry is more likely than ever to improve its overall return on investment.


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. — The chief executive of satellite operator SES says consolidation of the satellite industry is more likely than ever to improve its overall return on investment, but that the structure of the industry might hinder such deals.

Speaking at the Satellite Innovation conference here Oct. 5 Steve Collar addressed growing perceptions that the industry is ready for a wave of deals like the unsolicited proposal by telecom magnate Patrick Drahi last week to acquire Eutelsat for $3.2 billion. While Eutelsat rejected the deal, it appeared to leave the door open for a revised, higher offer.

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Oct 5, 2021

Straight Out of Science Fiction: Scientists Create a Crystal Made Solely of Electrons

Posted by in categories: innovation, particle physics

It’s not often that messing around in the lab has produced a fundamental breakthrough, à la Michael Faraday with his magnets and prisms. Even more uncommon is the discovery of the same thing by two research teams at the same time: Newton and Leibniz come to mind. But every so often, even the rarest of events does happen. The summer of 2021 has been a banner season for condensed-matter physics. Three separate teams of researchers have created a crystal made entirely of electrons — and one of them actually did it by accident.

The researchers were working with single-atom-thick semiconductors, cooled to ultra-low temperatures. One team, led by Hongkun Park along with Eugene Demler, both of Harvard, discovered that when very specific numbers of electrons were present in the layers of these slivers of semiconductor, the electrons stopped in their tracks and stood “mysteriously still.” Eventually colleagues recalled an old idea having to do with Wigner crystals, which were one of those things that exist on paper and in theory but had never been verified in life. Wigner had calculated that because of mutual electrostatic repulsion, electrons in a monolayer would assume a tri-grid pattern.

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Oct 2, 2021

A New Kind of Concrete Can Repair Itself

Posted by in categories: innovation, materials

A new kind of concrete can self-repair without sacrificing durability! It’s undergoing tests in a structure, to prepare for aggressive environments.

Sep 30, 2021

Did Japan Just Invent How We Will Travel Into Deep Space? | Unveiled

Posted by in categories: innovation, space travel

Japan may have just changed the future of space technology! Join us… to find out more!

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Sep 26, 2021

UK Court Confirms That AI Has No Rights, Cannot Own Patents

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

What is your take on this Chris Smedley?


Please be sensitive to any artificial intelligence you encounter today. A UK appeals court just ruled that AI systems cannot submit or hold patents, as software is not human and therefore lacks human rights. Several courtrooms around the world have come to the same conclusion, despite the efforts of a very enthusiastic inventor.

Dr. Stephen Thaler has repeatedly filed patents on behalf of his AI, called DABUS. He claims that this AI should be credited for the inventions that it’s helped to produce. But patent offices disagree. After Dr. Thaler refused to resubmit his patents under a real name, the UK Intellectual Property Office pulled him from the registration process.

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