Written by mohaiderFebruary 10, 2017 Indistinguishable from Magic 2/9 Take on big data with this R Programming training – TechSpot Can news aggregation succeed? – The Verge Watch Obama shoot, dunk and dab in ‘NBA 2K17’ Jeff Speck: 4 ways to make a city more walkable | TED Talk | TED.com Midsize Black Hole Found Hiding in Globular Cluster – Scientific American Meta-lenses bring benchtop performance to small, hand-held spectrometer Dwarf star 200 light-years away contains life’s building blocks Toronto’s CN Tower could be cluttered with clip-on cross-laminated condos : TreeHugger Metamaterial: Mail armor inspires physicists Behavioral biology: The firefly among fish — ScienceDaily Most stretchable elastomer for 3-D printing — ScienceDaily IBM’s Watson and Bluemix step up: Free cloud-based push to boost tech skills | ZDNet Attaching Razor Blades to a High-Speed Spinning Top Is the Best Worst Idea Apple CEO Tim Cook Tackles Truth in the Digital Age – Slashdot Novel quantum state in strange insulating materials — ScienceDaily Scientists make new high-tech liquid materials that can manipulate micro-organisms — ScienceDaily IAC’s HomeAdvisor Uses Online Dating Playbook for Global Growth – Bloomberg Battery can be recharged with carbon dioxide How to Hide Photos on Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch | Digital Trends Crack Open Tough Pistachios With a Garlic Press So I saw this weird diagonal drawer the other day… : mildlyinteresting Programmer fights back against phone scammers using army of bots – TechSpot Malaria mosquitos sensitive to horseradish The world’s smartest cities include Singapore, New York, Barcelona | VentureBeat | Business | by Dean Takahashi Science AMA Series: We’re NIH and UCSF scientists cataloging of all the genes and regulatory elements in the human genome; the latest stage of the project which aims to discover the grammar and punctuation of DNA hidden in the genome’s “dark matter.” AUA! : science Not being able to override a subconscious process in my body is kind of like the brain saying you don’t have administrator access : Showerthoughts Every night this coffee shop leaves the leftover burritos on their windowsill for the homeless. : pics Physics News :: Decreasing the mass of aircraft with polymer composites Physics News :: Large groups of photons on demand�an equivalent of photonic ‘integrated circuit’ Physics News :: Lattice of nanotraps and line narrowing in Raman gas This Lego Installation Will Make You Want To Tear Up Your Walls New eco-battery that runs on seawater Greenland ice sheet melting can cool subtropics, alter climate Artist ‘domesticates’ plant roots into intricate geometric forms : TreeHugger Will Angus Young Join Guns N’ Roses Onstage During Their Australian Tour? Tungsten Ditelluride Could be the Future of Topologically Protected Quantum Computing Virtual twin controls production Looking inside materials the smart way Two-dimensional oxides juice up sodium ion batteries What are the most important skills to succeed — Quartz This Company Is Using Technology From Sci-Fi Movies To Help People Walk Again | Fast Company | Business + Innovation This Robot Cooks Your Pizza En Route To Your House | Fast Company | Business + Innovation Moon rising in front of the milky way : space Edible Lego Brick Burgers Are The Best Burgers – Geek.com Friday night lights: Skywatchers delight in promise of eclipse, comet, and full moon – CSMonitor.com How a nuclear bomb test site could explain lunar development – CSMonitor.com Bullets are the only thing that do their job after they have been fired. : Showerthoughts Blue Tarantulas Inspire 3D-Printed Color That Never Fades – Seeker New technology could make brain implants a commonplace reality | TechRadar Autocatalytic biodiversity hypothesis aims to supplant Darwin’s ‘war of the species’ Cutting-edge analytics allows health to be improved through nutrition indonesian architects without borders bamboo bridge in solo, java In-cell molecular sieve from protein crystal We still learn from Einstein, even when he’s wrong Chicago’s iconic Willis Tower to get its first facelift We now have the technology to see light moving. This is a 100 BILLION FPS recording of a light pulse. : gifs Primitive plants survive almost two years in outer space | New Scientist Physics News :: Researchers optimize the assembly of micro-/meso-/macroporous carbon for Li-S batteries Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter Public condenser on Architizer Google, Ikea Nordic Wind-Power Crush Comes Too Soon for Sweden – Bloomberg Quinoa genome accelerates solutions for food security (Update) Cosmic “spoon” may be an entirely new class of black hole Coffee at room temp tastes cold, but soda at room temp tastes warm. : Showerthoughts Things that are basically impossible – Straight Dope Message Board Lava that formed to look like a pile of bodies being sucked into the fiery void of hell : pics GM’s Cruise Automation is testing an app to order rides from self-driving cars | VentureBeat | Transportation | by Kirsten Korosec, Fortune NASA Advances First-Ever Silicon-Based X-ray Optic Anti-cell death agent a potential treatment for vision loss associated with MS — ScienceDaily Entanglement boosts data transmission – physicsworld.com Flash Physics: Starlight closes Bell loophole, elusive white dwarf pulsar, St Andrews champions gender equality – physicsworld.com Method to identify bacteria in blood samples works in hours instead of days: Researchers melt DNA at unprecedented scale — ScienceDaily We’re Sorry About This Seriously Bummer Proxima B News Versatile 2-dimensional material grown in lab — ScienceDaily Better scaffolds help scientists study cancer: Design of 3-D printed materials to learn how tumors proliferate — ScienceDaily Can I change the shape of a metal tape measure? – Straight Dope Message Board The galactic centre makes its first appearance for the year in the Southern Hemisphere – taken at about 4am last Sunday in Canterbury, New Zealand : space A Danish astronaut has captured the best-ever images of rare blue flashes | Ars Technica Something is very, very wrong with the Arctic climate The Fantastic and Banal Dreams of 1970s Space Colonies – Motherboard Elusive Blue Lightning Filmed Dancing Above a Thunderstorm – D-brief New NASA ‘poop suit’ set for inaugural trip aboard Orion — RT America Will Algorithms Erode Our Decision-Making Skills? : All Tech Considered : NPR Uber Taps Zipcar to Put More Drivers on the Road – WSJ China Turns to Precision Medicine in Fight Against Cancer – Bloomberg ‘Scary Movie’ Writers Working on Star Wars Spoof ‘Star Worlds’ | Digital Trends The hunt for rogue planets just got tougher : Nature News & Comment Physics News :: Penn researchers among first to grow versatile 2-D material tungsten ditelluride Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading... 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