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Feb 23, 2017

Researchers find new clues for nuclear waste cleanup

Posted by in categories: chemistry, engineering

With Hanford Site; I would hope and imagine so after all this time.

A Washington State University study of the chemistry of technetium-99 has improved understanding of the challenging nuclear waste and could lead to better cleanup methods.

The work is reported in the journal Inorganic Chemistry. It was led by John McCloy, associate professor in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and chemistry graduate student Jamie Weaver. Researchers from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), the Office of River Protection and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory collaborated.

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Feb 23, 2017

Nano-size revolution is getting bigger

Posted by in categories: materials, nanotechnology

And, we just started. Just wait — in the next 6 to 8 months; I will some amazing news to share on QBS and BMI. smile

An explosion of nanotechnology research and development is occurring as newly identified forms of carbon, including graphene, carbon nanotubes and nano-diamonds, pave the way for new products and industries.

This article is sponsored by Flinders University.

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Feb 23, 2017

AI learns to write its own code

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Software called DeepCoder has solved simple programming challenges by piecing together bits of borrowed code.

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Feb 23, 2017

The history of ORAU

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, quantum physics

For all of my friends working in the fight for the cure for cancer; meet the world’s oldest full blown research institute on cancer. Oak Ridge Associate University (ORAU) was established in 1946 to study the fall out of the A-Bomb — its labs, its workers, and its victims in Japan. Many private citizens living in the surrounding areas of Oak Ridge TN, Los Alamos NM, Hanford WA where the enrichment and testing existed where also (unfortunately) exposed, and as a result ORAU’s research was expanded in the late 40s to including civilians living in these regions.

Fast forward to today, ORAU has one of the world’s most extensive set of records on cancer, cancer fallout, treatments, etc. in the world. I highly encourage many research medical teams and labs who are working to reverse aging, precision medicine, etc. that is also targeting cancer that you may wish to connect with ORAU as they do share insights with other researchers often. I often consider ORAU like the world’s library on cancer, carcinogen, etc. that are tied to cancer.

My own family has been working with the team at ORAU since 1949. Sharing for awareness in hopes that it helps their own efforts in anti-aging, precision medicine, Quantum Biology/ Biosystems, etc.

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Feb 23, 2017

Melinda and Bill Gates’s Letter to Warren Buffett Reveals the One Thing Successful People Value Most

Posted by in categories: economics, education, health

Bill and Melinda Gates say “the future will surprise the pessimists.”

They discovered childhood mortality is a symptom of other issues

Children’s deaths are often a result of lack of birth control, gender inequality, and poor women’s health. Melinda wrote, “Virtually all advances in society—nutrition, education, access to contraceptives, gender equity, economic growth—show up as gains in the childhood mortality chart, and every gain in this chart shows up in gains for society.”

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Feb 23, 2017

Duck Hunt VR

Posted by in category: virtual reality

This classic is back in VR.

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Feb 23, 2017

This San Francisco Design Studio Engineered McDonald’s High Tech Shamrock Shake Straw

Posted by in category: futurism

Milkshakes may be forever changed with a brand new engineered straw that lets you get the perfect mix of all flavors.

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Feb 23, 2017

Swedish nuclear physicist just got the world’s first approved birth control app

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

For over a year Elina Berglund nuclear physicist has been fighting authorities and malicious headlines. Now her app will be the first in the world to be approved as a contraceptive.

“It feels incredibly exciting that there is now an approved alternative to conventional pregnancy prevention methods, and that it’s possible to replace medication with technology,” says a more than satisfied Elina Berglund, who founded Natural Cycles together with her husband Raoul Scherwizl.

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Feb 23, 2017

Interview: Liz Parrish

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

The latest on Liz Parrish. This is a real reporter in Australia and he does ask her a few hard questions on using white blood cells, showing results, being the only patient and so on.

Jeremy Fernandez speaks to Liz Parrish, the CEO of BioViva — an American biotech developing treatments to slow the ageing process in humans.

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Feb 23, 2017

Do Robots Deserve Rights? What if machines become conscious?

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

What shall we do once machines become conscious? Do we need to grant them rights?

Check out Wisecrack and their video:

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