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Jun 13, 2019

Crionica: Valerja Pride, Interview (KrioRus, Moska)

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Italian and english di R. Guerra.


*KrioRus — la prima società di crionica russa, fondata nel 2005 come progetto da un’organizzazione non governativa Movimento transumanista russo. KrioRus è l’unica azienda criogenica in Europa, che possiede il proprio criostoraggio. ( In Italia, a Mirandola — Modena- la KrioRus ha per referente ufficiale l’impresa Onoranze Funebri di Filippo Polesinanti” Polistena Human Criopreservation” )

**VALERJA PRIDE fondatrice e amministratore delegato KrioRus, futurologa

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Jun 13, 2019

Optics / Photonics Information

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, materials

The gold vapor laser has been widely used in the treatment of cancer using photodynamic therapy.


Using Blue Light to See Through Fire in Optical Imaging Dr Matthew Hoehler AZoOptics talks to Dr Matthew Hoehler about his recent research, using blue light to see through fires and make previously impossible qualitative observations about material damage during a fire.

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Jun 13, 2019

India sets sights on its own space station around 2030 World News

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2022: First astronauts.


Not content with just sending astronauts into the cosmos, India is also planning an ambitious project to develop and launch its own space station, the head of its space agency has announced.

Dr Kailasavadivoo Sivan, Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), told reporters on Thursday that the effort will be an extension of its Gaganyaan mission, which aims to blast New Delhi’s first ever astronauts into orbit by August 2022.

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Jun 13, 2019

Stem Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth In 2 Months!

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Scientists really never back down. A new dental replacement procedure is in the works, and it could be a whole lot better than getting regular dentures or standard implants.

Losing a tooth is a source of major pain, and it also comes with a lot of issues and long-term discomforts. Dentures are one way to replace a lost or bad tooth, but they come with a lot of burdens on their own.

It takes a while to get used to having teeth you were not born with, and some people’s gums and jaw bones are just not suitable to receive implants.

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Jun 13, 2019

Laser Destroys Cancer Cells Circulating in the Blood

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The first study of a new treatment in humans demonstrates a noninvasive, harmless cancer killer.

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Jun 13, 2019

A Superconducting Magnet Just Smashed The Strongest Magnetic Field Record

Posted by in categories: habitats, materials

A new superconducting magnet has briefly sustained an astonishing 45.5 tesla magnetic field intensity. For comparison, your flimsy fridge magnets have about 1 percent of a single tesla.

The measurement, achieved by researchers at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (MagLab) at Florida State University resets the bar on what’s possible in direct current magnetic fields, exceeding the previous limit by half a tesla.

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Jun 13, 2019

PatcherBot robot frees humans from laborious lab work

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

Automatic system could speed up drug discovery by conducting time-consuming single-cell electrophysiology measurements without human supervision.

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Jun 13, 2019

How to Build a Self-Conscious Machine

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

To replicate ourselves in AI, we first have to embrace human error—and as sci-fi writer Hugh Howey argues, we probably shouldn’t.

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Jun 13, 2019

Sensitive Whiskers Could Make Small Drones Safer

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

Animals of all shapes and sizes have whiskers of some sort. Cats and dogs and rodents have them. Seals have them too. Some birds have them, as do insects and fish. Whiskers have shown up across such a diversity of animals because they’re an efficient and effective method of short range sensing. Besides just being able to detect objects that they come into direct contact with, whiskers can also sense fluid flows (like the speed and direction of moving air or water), and they work even if it’s dark or foggy or smoky.

While we’ve seen some research on whiskers before—I’m sure you remember the utterly adorable ShrewBot—there hasn’t been too much emphasis on adding whiskers to robots, likely because lidar and cameras offer more useful data at longer ranges. And that’s totally fine, if you can afford the lidar or the computing necessary to make adequate use of cameras. For very small, very cheap drones, investing in sophisticated sensing and computing may not make sense, especially if you’re only interested in simple behaviors like not crashing into stuff.

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Jun 13, 2019

Electric scooter recharges in 5 minutes with StoreDot’s new battery tech

Posted by in category: transportation

Range and recharge times are perhaps the two biggest issues currently facing electric vehicles. But StoreDot is ready to solve at least one of those. The company just showed off its fast charging batteries by topping up an empty electric scooter battery in just 5 minutes.

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