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Feb 3, 2020

Can electric cars be charged while driving?

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

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Feb 3, 2020

Audi’s latest self-driving concept car is pure luxury and style

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

Audi has unveiled the “AI: ME,” a Level 4 autonomous, all-electric concept car. Its high-tech features are contrasted with a nature-inspired design.

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Feb 3, 2020

A Small-Rocket Maker Is Running a Different Kind of Space Race

Posted by in category: satellites

Astra, DARPA’s rocket startup of choice, is preparing to launch satellites into orbit in record time.

Feb 3, 2020

Scientists Can Now Tap Into Your Brain Waves to See What You See

Posted by in category: neuroscience

The mind-reading tech works without brain implants.

Feb 3, 2020

Brain Connectivity Fluctuates Based on Exercise Intensity

Posted by in categories: health, neuroscience

Walking and running may affect the functional connectivity of brain networks in different ways, according to a new study.

Feb 3, 2020

Scientists cooled a nanoparticle to the quantum limit

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, particle physics, quantum physics

A tiny nanoparticle has been chilled to the max.

Physicists cooled a nanoparticle to the lowest temperature allowed by quantum mechanics. The particle’s motion reached what’s known as the ground state, or lowest possible energy level.

In a typical material, the amount that its atoms jostle around indicates its temperature. But in the case of the nanoparticle, scientists can define an effective temperature based on the motion of the entire nanoparticle, which is made up of about 100 million atoms. That temperature reached twelve-millionths of a kelvin, scientists report January 30 in Science.

Feb 3, 2020

Lego Cryonaut Found a Way to Make Quantum Computing More Affordable

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Lego is an unusual candidate to make thermal computing cost less.

Feb 3, 2020

DR STEPHEN BADYLAK — Regen Med Strategies for Tissue & Organ Replacement (Long Version)

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, life extension

Regenerative medicine and furthermore tissue engineering are realities for some time but well hidden from the public by msm somehow.

Dr. Stephen Badylak, Director of the Center for Pre-Clinical Tissue Engineering, McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

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Feb 3, 2020

Tiny salamander’s huge genome may harbor the secrets of regeneration

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

“It regenerates almost anything after almost any injury that doesn’t kill it,” said Parker Flowers, postdoctoral associate in the lab of Craig Crews, the John C. Malone Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and professor of chemistry and pharmacology.

If scientists can find the genetic basis for the axolotl’s ability to regenerate, they might be able to find ways to restore damaged tissue in humans. But they have been thwarted in the attempt by another peculiarity of the axolotl — it has the largest genome of any animal yet sequenced, 10 times larger than that of humans.

Now Flowers and colleagues have found an ingenious way to circumvent the animal’s complex genome to identify at least two genes involved in regeneration, they report Jan. 28 in the journal eLife.

Feb 3, 2020

Scientists have built the world’s first living, self-healing robots

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

Do you think Xenobots is the early stage of nanobots, which could repair our body to achieve longevity escape velocity?

Scientists have created the world’s first living, self-healing robots using stem cells from frogs.

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