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Feb 29, 2024

THIS Therapy Slows Down The Aging Clock By 31% — Successful Clinical Cases

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

Dr. Dian Ginsberg presents what causes aging and successful cases of patients who shows DunedInPace of aging reduction by using a therapy in this video.

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Feb 29, 2024

Human v Bots Forecasting Tournament 2024

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Bet against forecasting AIs on the biggest questions of 2024 and win mana!

Feb 29, 2024

Decoding heart failure’s effect on kidneys: insights from the kidney-on-chip

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing

Explore groundbreaking research at Harvard General Hospital, decoding the heart-kidney connection using ‘organ-on-a-chip’ tech.

Feb 29, 2024

Cancer cells’ secret disguise exposed by scientists

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The key to cancer cells evading the immune system lies in a gene called SOX17.

Feb 29, 2024

As AI takes hold of your smartphone, the end of the app era could be in sight

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, robotics/AI

The AI boom could push us toward more helpful devices, but it’s unclear if it can galvanize mobile sales.

Feb 29, 2024

Graphene micro supercapacitors enhance flexibility and performance in wearable technology

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, augmented reality, computing, wearables

The proliferation of wearable devices—from smart watches to AR glasses—necessitates ever-smaller on-board energy solutions that can deliver bursts of power while remaining unobtrusive.


Scientists leverage additive-free 3D printing process to construct exceptionally customizable and high-performing graphene-based micro-supercapacitors tailored for on-chip energy storage.

Feb 29, 2024

Supramolecule combination of fullerene and metalloporphyrin improves zinc-air battery function

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability, transportation

Zinc-air batteries are an inexpensive, powerful battery alternative that can be used on the small scale to power electronics or on the large scale for electric vehicles or energy storage. These batteries work when oxygen from the air oxidizes zinc, but the difficulty in oxygen activation which degrades battery performance has prevented their wide commercial adoption.

Information presented in a paper published in Carbon Future (“Fullerene-metalloporphyrin co-crystal as efficient ORR electrocatalyst precursor for Zn-air batteries”) shows how the addition of fullerene-derived carbon materials as catalysts can improve performance, stability, and cost of zinc-air batteries.

This graphic illustrates a zinc-air battery can using a fullerene-metalloporphyrin co-crystal as an oxygen reduction reaction catalyst. (Image: Carbon Future, Tsinghua University Press)

Feb 29, 2024

‘Epigenetic’ editing cuts cholesterol in mice

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, chemistry, genetics

They designed persistent epigenetic silencing.


Changes to chemical tags on DNA in mice dial down the activity of a gene without cuts to the genome.

Feb 29, 2024

Massive ‘bubble’ in outer space may be blasting out cosmic rays

Posted by in categories: particle physics, space

Enormous star-forming region in the Milky Way could produce supercharged particles.

Feb 29, 2024

Report: Samsung Throttles NAND Production by 50%

Posted by in categories: computing, electronics

We hope you bought an SSD last year when prices were affordable.

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