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Feb 25, 2024

Nanorobots in Clinical Practice: Advancing Towards Human Trials

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, nanotechnology, robotics/AI

Discussions are emerging about conducting clinical trials on humans with nanorobots for medical applications. Currently, in the United States, four burgeoning companies are striving towards this aim, working to advance their nanomachines into Phase 1 studies, subsequent to laboratory research and preclinical trials on animals.

The article “Delivering drugs with microrobots”, published in Science on December 7, 2023, has recaptured the international scientific community’s attention on the practical, effective use of nanorobots in Clinical Practice and Medicine.

Its author, Bradley Nelson, a Robotics and Intelligent Systems professor at ETH Zurich, poses a straightforward question: where are these diminutive biocompatible machines, designed to be injected into the human body for more efficient exploration, internal repair, and precise, targeted drug delivery? Researchers have discussed them for years – he notes – yet we still do not see them progressing from laboratories to the forefront of clinical trials. How close are we to this milestone?

Feb 25, 2024

Meet the divers trying to figure out how deep humans can go

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Figuring out how the human body can withstand underwater pressure has been a problem for over a century, but a ragtag band of divers is experimenting with hydrogen to find out.

Feb 25, 2024

Yes, remote learning can work for preschoolers

Posted by in category: education

The largest-ever humanitarian intervention in early childhood education shows that remote learning can produce results comparable to a year of in-person teaching.

Feb 25, 2024

Treating a chatbot nicely might boost its performance — here’s why

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

People are more likely to do something if you ask nicely.

Prompt engineering is a weird science. As it turns out, the way in which a prompt’s phrased — down the tone — can influence a GenAI model’s response.

Feb 25, 2024

Nvidia Stock Gained $1.5 Trillion To Surpass The FAANGs

Posted by in category: futurism

In August of 2021, my firm made a very bold prediction that Nvidia will surpass Apple in valuation.

We look at why Nvidia has been able to surpass every FAANG except Apple, and why it’s inevitable that it becomes the world’s most valuable company in the next 2.5 years.

Feb 25, 2024

Scientists use levitating magnets to understand quantum gravity

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Scientists have identified a subtle gravitational force acting on a minuscule particle through an innovative approach.

In the quest to unravel the mysterious forces of the universe, scientists have achieved a major feat.

Feb 25, 2024

Robot discovers over 100 new marine species in Chile’s seamounts

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Robots explore vulnerable deep-sea ecosystems only to stumble upon over 100 never-seen-before marine species.

Feb 25, 2024

Brain surgery via sound waves to stimulate parts of brain

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Because brains are intricate and surgery is risky, scientists are seeking non-invasive methods like LILFUS – which use sound waves for brain issues.

Our brain is a sensitive organ.

Feb 25, 2024

Flowermon qubit: Terra Quantum computing to enhance processors

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Terra Quantum introduces ‘flowermon,’ a superconducting set to enhance processor stability with extended coherence times.

Terra Quantum, a frontrunner in quantum technology leaps in quantum computing.

Feb 25, 2024

Switzerland will be home to the world’s tallest 3D-printed building

Posted by in category: habitats

100-feet tall, Tor Alva will likely be the world’s tallest building by the end of 2024.

Switzerland, home to the tallest summit in Europe — Jungrau, will also be home to one of the world’s tallest 3D-printed structures.

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