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Jun 2, 2019

Biologist targeted for exposing the gender bending pesticide

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, food, sustainability

Biologist, Tyrone Hayes is a soft-spoken professor at the University of California with a big message. One of the most commonly used pesticides in agriculture, atrazine, is responsible for feminizing amphibians, according to his research. More importantly, the chemical is effectively eliminating male chromosomes at an alarming rate, at levels which are three times lower than what are currently appearing in our drinking water. It isn’t just lead and fluoride we need to be concerned about, but a known endocrine disruptor, created by Syngenta, that is utterly changing our gene pool.

Hayes has been fighting Syngenta, to report the harmful effects of Atrazine for decades now. His scientific papers describe how Atrazine demasculinizes male gonads producing testicular lesions associated with reduced germ cell numbers in teleost fish, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals, and induces partial and/or complete feminization in fish, amphibians, and reptiles. These effects are strong (statistically significant), consistent across vertebrate classes, and specific. Reductions in androgen levels and the induction of estrogen synthesis — demonstrated in fish, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals — represent plausible and coherent mechanisms that explain these effects.

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Jun 2, 2019

This is gonna change workers’ everyday life

Posted by in category: futurism

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Jun 2, 2019

Imagery and Data

Posted by in category: futurism

//–> NEW! Use these interactive tools to view and download real-time, full-resolution satellite imagery.

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Jun 2, 2019

A physicist ponders the universe’s most mysterious questions—in a comic book

Posted by in category: entertainment

In his graphic novel, physicist Clifford V. Johnson provides much more than science guidance.

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Jun 2, 2019

Ford’s Delivery Robot Walks On Two Legs Like A Human

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

Ford partnered with Agility Robotics to create Digit, a two-legged robot that could deliver your packages straight to your door in the future. Ford claims this robot can carry packages up to 40 pounds, navigate stairs, and go around unexpected obstacles.

#Ford #Robot #TechInsider

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Jun 2, 2019

BioViva Sciences Inc Photo

Posted by in categories: genetics, life extension

BioViva warmly welcomes Dr de Magalhaes to our Scientific Advisory Board!

Dr de Magalhaes graduated in Microbiology in 1999 from the Escola Superior de Biotecnologia in his hometown of Porto, Portugal, and then obtained his PhD in 2004 from the University of Namur in Belgium. Following a postdoc with genomics pioneer Prof George Church at Harvard Medical School, in 2008 Dr de Magalhaes was recruited to the University of Liverpool. He now leads the Integrative Genomics of Ageing Group (http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~aging/) which focuses on understanding the genetic, cellular, and molecular mechanisms of ageing. Dr de Magalhaes has authored over 100 publications and given over 100 invited talks, including three TEDx talks.

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Jun 2, 2019

“We will cure diabetes!”

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

Ira Pastor, ideaXme longevity and aging Ambassador and Founder of Bioquark interviews Camillo Ricordi, Director Diabetes Research Institute University of Miami and Editor in Chief CellR4. They talk of the science behind the claim “We will cure diabetes!”.

Note: A decision was made to publish this interview despite the quality of the audio as it is still possible to understand the content. For links to research papers contact [email protected].

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Jun 2, 2019

The Higgs boson may have stopped the early universe from collapsing

Posted by in category: cosmology

Moments after the big bang, calculations show the universe could have collapsed into black holes. The reason it didn’t could be explained by the Higgs boson.

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Jun 2, 2019

Smart pedestrian crossing system forgoes buttons for cameras

Posted by in categories: computing, electronics

Starting at the end of next year, some of Vienna’s walk-light push-buttons will be disappearing from the city’s pedestrian crossings. Instead, a new system will be trialled, that uses cameras and computers to visually detect when people wish to cross the road.

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Jun 2, 2019

At 90, E. O. Wilson Still Thrives on Being a Scientific Provocateur

Posted by in category: futurism

Over six decades, the biologist (and workaholic) Edward O. Wilson has made huge contributions to science, often sparking controversies along the way.

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