Written by mohaiderFebruary 23, 2017 Indistinguishable from Magic 2/22 New study gives weight to Darwin’s theory of ‘living fossils’ When Evidence Says No, but Doctors Say Yes – The Atlantic The Long-Shot Bid to Put Crispr in the Hands of the People | WIRED UK mobile carrier unveils mini-blimps for providing emergency cell coverage – The Verge Is the Alzheimer’s “Amyloid Hypothesis” Wrong? – The Atlantic An epigenetics gold rush: new controls for gene expression : Nature News & Comment Five Tiny Ways Nanoscience Will Change Our Lives | Fast Company | Business + Innovation Video: Terraformer wind tunnel takes hazards engineering research to a new level Unravelling the atomic and nuclear structure of the heaviest elements Physics News :: Using kinetics, not temperature, to make ceramic coatings 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2017 Scientists develop cell-analysis method much faster than robotic workstations Scalable 100 percent yield production of conductive graphene inks A new contact to the two-dimensional world Physics News :: Quantum Computers Finally Go Head-to-Head Holes in the electrode Spiky nanostructures capture life’s fine details Studies Show Testosterone Offers Little Benefits To Aging Men – Slashdot The Promise of 3-D Printing Prosthetics – The Atlantic Estonian robots headed for US must master crosswalks Next Big Future: Casimir forces measured between silicon nanostructures Cellphones As a Fifth-Order Elaboration of Maxwell’s Theory – Slashdot The biggest artwork in Europe “recharges” an Italian mountain with new trees | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building Revealing the Invisible Universe | DiscoverMagazine.com Can food poisoning permanently damage your DNA? This Fish Can Bite Through Rock – Digg Penn and Wistar Researchers Find “Sweet Spot” Where Tissue Stiffness Promotes Cancer’s Spread Flexible claw puts non-invasive surgery in surgeons’ hands Testosterone treatment improves bone density and anemia, may lead to cardiac risk: Studies show benefits, risks of testosterone treatment in men over 65 — ScienceDaily MIT researchers built an energy-sipping power converter Ancient microbes push limits of what life can survive on Earth, and off Making sodium-ion batteries that last The smallest Cas9 genetic scissors (so far) — ScienceDaily Physics News :: Buttercups focus light to heat their flowers and attract insects In great shape: Metamaterial is world’s first to achieve performance predicted by theoretical bounds — ScienceDaily Monstrous Worm Named After Cannibal Corpse’s Alex Webster Roborace’s first self-driving car race ended in a crash Could hearing loss be treated with a shot to the ear? Flash Physics: Stellar family history, extremely sensitive electron camera, full-body PET scanner planned – physicsworld.com st regis los cabos proposal by sordo madaleno arquitectos How one construction company is thinking outside the box (Sponsored by Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotels) BBC – Earth – Home Seven Earth-Like Planets Orbit One Nearby Star Are human the only animals that can use ketone bodies to fuel the brain? : askscience AI learns to write its own code by stealing from other programs | New Scientist Life expectancy forecast to exceed 90 years in coming decades | Society | The Guardian Reduction of energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions: Promotion or steering? — ScienceDaily Popular heartburn drugs linked to gradual yet ‘silent’ kidney damage: Most patients don’t experience acute kidney problems beforehand — ScienceDaily Improved polymer and new assembly method for ultra-conformable ‘electronic tattoo’ devices New method reveals how proteins stabilize the cell surface A problem shared can be a problem doubled Ultrasmall Nanoclusters Have Potential to Address Big Issues in Lithium-Ion Batteries Physics News :: Artificial intelligence in quantum systems, too Amazing Solarium Steals the Show at this Renovated Mid-Century Bungalow Physicists investigate erasing information at zero energy cost Switch on lights by drawing electrical circuits on paper with silver ink How proteins find one another Blood ties fuel cooperation among species, not survival instinct Animals know when they are being treated unfairly (and they don’t like it) Microhotplates for a smart gas sensor Automated cafe sets up shop in tech-crazy, fancy coffee-loving San Francisco Drone Footage of a Draining Dam Looks Like Flying Into a Black Hole B3NO2 ring system serves as a versatile catalyst for amide bond formation Real-time imaging of cell components including DNA Using waste biomass for the sustainable production of industrial chemicals A geophysical planet definition Surprising dunes on comet Chury This organization is providing kids with 3D-printed prosthetics — free of charge NASA’s longshot bet on a revolutionary rocket may be about to pay off | Ars Technica Precise inactivation of neural messenger receptor wipes out fear memory in mice — ScienceDaily Crowdfunded Fertility Clinic Lets Women Grow Embryos in Plastic Vaginal Capsules – Motherboard Labs Can Now Grow Your Guts – Scientific American Laser heating hits the spot Time crystals—how scientists created a new state of matter Scientists create a nano-trampoline to probe quantum behavior — ScienceDaily Scientists develop new high-precision method for analysing and comparing functioning and structure of complex networks Megamovie project to crowdsource images of August solar eclipse ‘Smart’ bacteria remodel their genes to infect our intestines New polymer nanocomposites could improve solar cell durability Earth, air and fire inspire deep green interior of Ecuador’s twisted tower | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building New silicon nanoparticles could finally make solar windows commercially viable | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building Audio engineering is making call center robots more ‘human’ and less annoying | Popular Science Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookGoogleLike this:Like Loading... 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