Wednesday, August 13, 2014

As Data Overflows Online, Researchers Grapple With Ethics

Can Tech Innovation Help End Cancer?

This Doctor Thinks We May Achieve Immortality, But Isn't Sure We'd Want To

Brain regeneration: Crayfish turn blood into neurons

Talking 'bout regeneration: How do some animals regrow missing parts?

LEAKED: Google's Next Major Smartphone May Come With A Screen That's Bigger And Sharper Than The iPhone

NATURE: Iranian is first woman to nab highest prize in maths

NATURE:  Quantum dots with single-atom precision

TIME:  Treating Cancer With Bacteria Shows Real Promise

“Real Gasoline Without Oil” for 90% Returns?

Ending tariffs on green goods will show free trade can fight climate change

CMOs and CIOs Increasingly See Eye to Eye

New Horizons Spacecraft Captures Images of Charon in Orbit Around Pluto

Exclusive: Italy's grid company to get 1.5 billion euro loan ahead of China Grid deal - sources

REUTERS:  Cisco to cut another 6,000 jobs as forecast falls flat

REUTERS: Planned U.S. cyber warfare program could hurt innocent countries: Snowden

FOREIGN AFFAIRS: Why Indian Agricultural Policy Might Unravel the WTO

FOREIGN AFFAIRS:  Iraq Needs U.S. Ground Troops More Than Ever

There Are A Lot More Adults Working In Schools Lately, And Most Of Them Are Not Teachers

Implanted neuronal stem cells generate neurons and synapses, becoming a functioning part of mouse brain

3D sketching system ‘revolutionizes’ design interaction and collaboration

FORBES:  Now In Orbit: A Satellite That Can See Through Smoke

Do-It-Yourself Biology? Messing Around with DNA Increasingly a Garage-Band Venture

Computer scientist reviews frontier technologies to determine fundamental limits of computer scaling

One Engineer’s Perspective on Global Warming

‘4D Printing’: Programming Material to Transform Itself