Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A new way to beam power to medical chips deep inside the body

Glasses-free 3D projector

Scientists discover how to turn light into matter after 80-year quest

The 5 most interesting wearables on Kickstarter right now

Scientists discover how to turn light into matter after 80-year quest

What Our Recent Obsession With Mindfulness Really Means

Data Point: The New Customer Service Pro: Your Gadget

TransProse algorithm turns novels into music

Report says Internet of Things will thrive by 2025

Beyond Silicon – Nanowires and Next Generation Devices

When it Comes to Agriculture it is Nighttime Temperatures That Have Farmers Worried

Martian Rover Didn’t Come Alone

Does brain structure determine your political views?

Gecko-Inspired Adhesive Sticks 700 Pounds to a Wall

Your Tastebuds Could Provide Clues On How Long You'll Live, Study Says

Vinod Khosla has 3 predictions for the future of health. We’ve got 1 more

Engineers invent a way to beam power to medical chips deep inside the body

Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference 2014

New technique allows scientists to monitor the entire nervous system of a small worm.

ESA’s XMM-Newton and NASA’s Chandra, were launched in the last century, and are still delivering world-class science.

Wildfires worse due to global warming, studies say

Harvard researchers find protein that could reverse the aging process

Chinese military officials charged with stealing US data as tensions escalate

Elon Musk Says SpaceX Making 'Progress' Toward Mars Colony

Chinese Hackers Show Humans Are Weakest Security Link

Renewable Energy Study Shows That Benefits Outweigh Costs In U.S.

Singapore’s Rich Tapped by China Developers: Asean Credit

Cybercriminals are eyeing these 5 targets in 2014

Hacker Trends 2014: A frightening report

Get the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report

CyberSecurity Trends for 2014 at

How to create high-speed 3D movies of entire worm brains

An ultra-sensitive chip for early cancer detection

Nanowire-bridging transistors open way to next-generation electronics

Mice with MS-like condition walk again after neural stem-cell treatment

Cars could drive themselves sooner than expected after European push

New ultra-sensitive nano-chip capable of early cancer detection

GaitTrack App on Smartphone Assesses User’s Health

Global warming will harm sovereign creditworthiness around the world this century -

Do We Know The Cost of Dealing or Not Dealing with Climate Change?

Five brain challenges we can overcome in the next decade

Physics ―   Matter will be created from light within a year, claim scientists

Foreign Affairs  ―  Strategic Intelligence Assessment for Ukraine – Setting the Stage

Software Development Process and Software Engineering    ―  Bottom-Up Manufacturing of Nanowires on Silicon Expands Its Capabilities

A.I., Automation and Robotics   ―  Will Google’s Self-driving Cars Be Limited by “Map Anxiety”?

Industrial Robots ―  Need a hand (or an arm, or a leg)? Hi-tech app controlled and 3D printed prosthetics shown off

Robotics ―  Robot expert planning to turn Hong Kong into android city

CyberSecurity ― More than 90 people nabbed in global hacker crackdown

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