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IBM Makes Quantum Computing Available to Anyone
By Anthony Cuthbertson On 5/4/16 at 5:01 AM   IBM Research has made quantum computing available to the public for the first time, allowing researchers [...]
Engineers demo first processor that uses light for ultrafast communications
Berkeley — Engineers have successfully married electrons and photons within a single-chip microprocessor, a landmark development that opens the door [...]
Humans will be cyborgs within 200 years, expert predicts
“It will be the greatest evolution in biology since the appearance of life.” by Fiona McDonald, 29 May 2015 ~ http://www.sciencealert.com/ Within the next [...]
Playing with Fire: AI Makers Must Be Careful
Original source : http://www.livescience.com by Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer   |   April 13, 2015 02:42pm ET From smartphone apps like Siri to features like [...]
Geoengineering: the ethical problems with cleaning the air
by Nicola Davis (The observer, Thursday 6 November 2014 07.00 GMT) [...]
A Brief History of Scientists Hunting for Time Travelers
by Adam Clark EstesThursday 2:03pm For the full article please visit the following Link: Original source: [...]
CASIS Research Set for Launch Aboard SpaceX Mission to Space Station
Original source : http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/research/news/casis_spacex4/#.VBeoaxbg9EB The fall marks a new school year, a new football [...]
Biometrics: New IDs that are uniquely you
Forget fingerprints: In the near future eyebrows or heartbeats may become your new IDs by Sharon Oosthoek , 8:57am, August 7, 2014 Original Source : [...]
TAVR’s Value For High-Risk Surgical Patients Confirmed
Original source : http://consultqd.clevelandclinic.org/ Three years ago, the PARTNER A clinical trial showed transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) [...]
The sound of an atom has been captured
(Nanowerk News) Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology are first to show the use of sound to communicate with an artificial atom. They can [...]
Video shows incredible moment ex-violinist regains her ability to play while surgeons operate on her brain
A former violinist, whose career was cut short by a debilitating movement disorder, regained her ability to play while surgeons in Israel operated on her [...]
Treating cancer with electric fields
Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation are the best-known methods for treating cancer. At TEDMED, Bill Doyle presents a new approach, called Tumor Treating [...]
Feynman Lectures On Physics Now Available Online Free Of Charge.
From his work on the Manhattan Project to the key role he played in explaining the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, Richard Feynman (1918-1988) is known [...]
Google To Make Its Own Quantum Processors
The company already has access to a quantum computing device for artificial intelligence experiments, but now it’s seeking to develop its own [...]
Physicists Want To Know If We’re All Actually Living in a Hologram.
Although it sounds entirely like something dreamed up in a smoke-filled dorm room, whether the entire universe is hologram is a very serious question—a [...]
Artificial Intelligence May Doom The Human Race Within A Century, Oxford Professor Says
An Oxford philosophy professor who has studied existential threats ranging from nuclear war to superbugs says the biggest danger of all may be [...]
Kontroverse Korrelationen
Vor 50 Jahren machte John Bell die Rätsel der Quantenphysik überprüfbar – über die Folgen für unser Weltbild diskutieren Wissenschaftler noch heute. [...]
Life can persist in cold, dark world: Life under Antarctic ice explored
The first breakthrough paper to come out of a massive U.S. expedition to one of Earth’s final frontiers shows that there’s life and an active [...]
Miraculous day as American Ebola patients released.
(CNN) — Both Americans who were treated for the Ebola virus have been discharged from a hospital. “Today is a miraculous day,” Dr. Kent [...]
Cubist Battling Superbugs Offers Remedy for J&J: Real M&A
The timing may be right for a takeover of Cubist Pharmaceuticals Inc. (CBST) The rising threat from drug-resistant germs and increasing calls from global [...]
Public engagement with science, Victorian style
A new book on John Tyndall and 19th century scientific naturalism raises questions that are still relevant to how we communicate science and authority [...]