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Feb 6, 2017

A one-off injection could one day lower your #cholesterol levels for the rest of your life

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health

#science #newscientist #geneediting #heartdisease #medicine #health

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Feb 6, 2017

This German fusion reactor could be the future of clean energy

Posted by in categories: futurism, nuclear energy

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Feb 6, 2017

This sidewalk generates electricity from your footsteps

Posted by in category: futurism

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Feb 6, 2017

The First Truly Intelligent Machine Will Be Humanity’s Last Invention of Necessity

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

One day this century, a robot of super-human intelligence will offer you the chance to upgrade your mind, says AGI expert Ben Goertzel. Will you take it?

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Feb 6, 2017

IBM Scientists Measure Heat-Transfer through Single Atoms

Posted by in categories: computing, nanotechnology, particle physics, quantum physics

Published today, using a technique which looks like trampoline, IBM scientists have measured the thermal conductance of metallic quantum point contacts made of gold down to the single-atom level at room temperature for the first time.

As everything scales to the nanoscale, heat – more precisely, the loss of it – becomes an issue in device reliability. To address this, last year, IBM scientists in Zurich and students from ETH Zurich published and patented a technique to measure the temperature of these nano-sized objects at and below 10 nanometer – a remarkable achievement. They called the novel technique scanning probe thermometry (video) and it provided engineers, for the first time, with the ability to map heat loss across a chip, and, more importantly, map heat loss down to the single device level and to map temperature distributions.

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Feb 6, 2017

Top Artificial Intelligence Companies in Healthcare to Keep an Eye On

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

The field of medical AI is buzzing. More and more companies set the purpose to disrupt healthcare with the help of artificial intelligence. Here, I collected the biggest names currently on the market ranging from start-ups to tech giants to keep an eye on in the future.

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Feb 6, 2017

NASA gives its nod to NanoRacks for space station’s first commercial portal

Posted by in category: space

NASA has accepted a plan from a private venture called NanoRacks to provide the International Space Station with an air lock that would serve as its first commercial portal.

The plan could serve as the model for the eventual development of entire space stations backed by the private sector.

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Feb 6, 2017

Collaboration Prepares DTU for Quantum Future

Posted by in categories: business, computing, encryption, quantum physics

I actually had a person recently state quantum was a fad; boy were they ever wrong.


During the next ten years, quantum technologies will become part of and revolutionize our everyday lives in the form of computers, sensors, encryption, and much more—and in a way that can be difficult for us to comprehend.

Businesses will also boost both their research and development activities in this area.

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Feb 6, 2017

Supercomputers for Quantum Computers

Posted by in categories: encryption, engineering, quantum physics, supercomputing

NICE.


The Science

Newswise — Quantum computers — a possible future technology that would revolutionize computing by harnessing the bizarre properties of quantum bits, or qubits. Qubits are the quantum analogue to the classical computer bits “0” and “1.” Engineering materials that can function as qubits is technically challenging. Using supercomputers, scientists from the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory predicted possible new qubits built out of strained aluminum nitride. Moreover, the scientists showed that certain newly developed qubits in silicon carbide have unusually long lifetimes.

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Feb 6, 2017

Tesla and Scalar Energy Explained

Posted by in categories: energy, mathematics, quantum physics

Nice write up and anyone working or researching central nervous system should not find this research and findings shocking.


Re: Scam hunter’s question; “Can you explain what a scalar torsion field model is?”

The History of Scalar Energy

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