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Jan 17, 2018

This artificial cartilage gets its strength from the stuff in bulletproof vests

Posted by in category: futurism

One of the key ingredients in this artificial cartilage is a nanoversion of the synthetic fiber in body armor.

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Jan 17, 2018

12 Everyday Things That Will Soon Disappear

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Landlines disappeared, and so did videotapes. With neverending technological advancements, there are a lot of other things that will go out of fashion or become good for nothing in the near future.

Bright Side rounded up a few things that you can’t imagine your life without right now, but they might not be familiar to the next generation at all. This list might be surprising to you as it contains some of your favorite things.

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Jan 17, 2018

How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts?

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, food

Watch How Close Are We to Farming Human Body Parts?, a Biotech video from Seeker.

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Jan 17, 2018

2018 May Mark The Start of a Cord-Free Life, For Real

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An alignment of technologies and products is helping to pave the way for a life without tangled cables.

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Jan 17, 2018

AI is coming to TVs – here’s what that will mean

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Pretty soon, a smart assistant inside your TV could take the place of your remote control, and artificial intelligence could make the picture look better.

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Jan 17, 2018

IBM to Study Human Microbiome’s Role In Autoimmune Disorders

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A look back at the most popular life extension articles of 2017.


The human microbiome is so important to human health that IBM just announced plans to study the microbiome’s role in autoimmune diseases.

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Jan 17, 2018

New Age-Reversing Senolytics “Can Transform Medicine” Says Leading Researcher

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A look back at the most popular life extension articles of 2017.


Senolytic compounds hold promise to reverse aging in humans. In a review published yesterday, leading researcher James L. Kirkland, M.D., Ph.D., compiles a comprehensive list of the leading senolytic compounds under development for human use, two of which are currently in clinical trials. [This article first appeared on LongevityFacts.com. Follow us on Reddit | Google+. Author: Brady Hartman. ]

Imagine if you were able to reverse aging and bring your body back to its original health and vigor.

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Jan 17, 2018

Forget About The Blood Of Teens — Young Poop, Old Poop Is The Latest Thing

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A look back at the most popular life extension articles of 2017.


The microbiome is emerging as a new player in human health. Researchers recently extended the lifespan of middle-aged animals by nearly 50% by infusing them with the poop of younger fish. [This article first appeared on the website LongevityFacts.com. Author: Brady Hartman. ]

Remember the young blood, old blood experiments in which the young blood of mice rejuvenated old mice?

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Jan 17, 2018

Geroscientists Aim to Add Years to Our Lives and Life to Our Years

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A look back at the most popular life extension articles of 2017.


Summary: A geroscientist is a new breed of a researcher who aims to understand and defeat human aging using a branch of study called geroscience. What these longevity researchers have in the pipeline just may surprise you. [This article first appeared on the website LongevityFacts.com. Author: Brady Hartman. ]

A new breed of a researcher called the geroscientist is striving to end aging as we know it.

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Jan 17, 2018

Human vs. Robot: Ping-pong match against Forpheus

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, we faced off with Omron’s Forpheus, a robot that learns from your every move and expression, and plays harder as you get better.

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