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Sep 16, 2019

The Guardian GT exoskeleton is a crazy strong robot

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, nuclear energy, robotics/AI

I get to try the Guardian GT big-arm robot, which is like a real-life Power Loader from Aliens. It’s controlled by a human and has incredible precision, but it’s also incredibly strong. Made by Sarcos Robotics, the GT can be used in situations that are too dangerous for humans to enter, like decommissioning nuclear power plants.

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Sep 16, 2019

CAR T Immunotherapy May Find New Use in Treating Cardiac Fibrosis

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Scientists show the approach can kill cells that cause hardening of heart tissue in mice.

Sep 16, 2019

Robin Farmanfarmaian’s Mission: To Empower The Healthcare Consumer

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, life extension

Ira Pastor, ideaXme longevity and aging ambassador and Founder of Bioquark, interviews Robin Farmanfarmaian, medical futurist, bestselling author, professional speaker, and CEO and Co-Founder of ArO.

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Sep 16, 2019

Robin Farmanfarmaian — Medical Futurist / Entrepreneur — ideaXme Show — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, augmented reality, big data, bioengineering, biotech/medical, business, health, life extension, military, Ray Kurzweil

Sep 16, 2019

Fans Take A Selfie With Dallas Cowboys Players

Posted by in category: futurism

The future is now! 👌📸.

Sep 16, 2019

Gravity waves from a ringing black hole support the no-hair theorem

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics

A new study of gravitational waves from merging black holes agrees with the predictions of the general theory of relativity.

Sep 16, 2019

NASA, SpaceX Coverage of 1st Crew Dragon Test Flight Wins Emmy

Posted by in category: space travel

NASA and SpaceX, the Emmy has landed.

Sep 16, 2019

By exploiting a feature of the immune system, researchers open the door for stem cell transplants to repair the brain

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

In experiments in mice, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have developed a way to successfully transplant certain protective brain cells without the need for lifelong anti-rejection drugs.

A report on the research, published Sept. 16 in the journal Brain, details the new approach, which selectively circumvents the against foreign cells, allowing transplanted cells to survive, thrive and protect long after stopping immune-suppressing drugs.

The ability to successfully transplant healthy cells into the without the need for conventional anti-rejection drugs could advance the search for therapies that help children born with a rare but devastating class of genetic diseases in which myelin, the protective coating around neurons that helps them send messages, does not form normally. Approximately 1 of every 100,000 children born in the U.S. will have one of these diseases, such as Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease. This disorder is characterized by infants missing developmental milestones such as sitting and walking, having involuntary muscle spasms, and potentially experiencing partial paralysis of the arms and legs, all caused by a genetic mutation in the genes that form myelin.

Sep 16, 2019

LEGO Technic Bugatti One Year On

Posted by in category: futurism

One year on, and the LEGO Technic Bugatti continues to amaze us! 🤩.

Sep 16, 2019

Holy Moments

Posted by in category: futurism

“And when you forget yourself, you see everything else”

-Jerry Garcia