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Jul 15, 2019

To Prepare for the Dangers of Space, Scientists Are 3D Printing Human Skin Upside Down

Posted by in category: 3D printing

Who knows what could happen out there?

Jul 15, 2019

The Moment That Made Neil Armstrong’s Heart Rate Spike

Posted by in category: space

Real-time data from the Apollo 11 astronauts, carefully monitored by Mission Control, capture the frenzied maneuvers that put men on the moon.

Jul 15, 2019

In the Philippines students have to plant 10 trees before they can graduate

Posted by in category: sustainability

Growing up.


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Jul 15, 2019

Aging Analytics Agency Photo 8

Posted by in category: life extension

€œTop-30 Longevity Conferences 2019–2020 € is a 60-page open-access analytical report by Aging Analytics Agency that uses cost-benefit analysis to identify the Top-30 Longevity Conferences globally taking place in 2019–2020, including detailed analysis and infographics on their regional distribution, cost, and focus.

Link to the Report: https://www.aginganalytics.com/longevity-conferences

The report is complemented by a comprehensive online Longevity Conferences IT-Platform that contains data on 150 Longevity-related conferences taking place in 2019–2020.

Jul 15, 2019

7 astonishing statistics you need to know to understand modern China

Posted by in categories: solar power, sustainability

Home to the world’s largest floating solar energy plant.

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Jul 15, 2019

China has 99% of the world’s electric buses

Posted by in categories: futurism, sustainability

Next stop: a cleaner future.


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Jul 15, 2019

This start-up has invented an amazing way to make food last longer

Posted by in category: food

A natural solution to food waste.

Jul 15, 2019

Here are four creative ways companies are fighting food waste

Posted by in category: food

815 million people go hungry every day.

Jul 15, 2019

Israel and Arab countries are joining forces to save Red Sea coral reefs

Posted by in category: futurism

A coral coalition.


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Jul 15, 2019

Game-theory research better allocates military resources, fight cancer

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cybercrime/malcode, military, robotics/AI

U.S. Army game-theory research using artificial intelligence may help treat cancer and other diseases, improve cybersecurity, deploy Soldiers and assets more efficiently and even win a poker game.

New research, published in Science, and conducted by scientists at Carnegie Mellon University, developed an artificial intelligence program called Pluribus that defeated leading professionals in six-player no-limit Texas hold’em poker.

The Army and National Science Foundation funded the mathematics modeling portion of the research, while funding from Facebook was specific to the poker.