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How Can We Terraform the Solar System?

Ever played Spore? If you have (and reached the space stage) you’ll know that one of the most important parts of being a space faring race is the …

World of Warcraft players crack new mystery in record time

There's been no shortage of mysteries to solve in World of Warcraft: Legion, but the community is getting increasingly adept at solving them quickly. …

PC Gaming

Can your own immune system kill cancer?

<b>(CNN) —</b> There was another big win in the advancement of immunotherapy treatments for cancer this week.<p>The Food and Drug Administration approved an immunotherapy drug called Keytruda, which stimulates the body's immune system, for the first-line treatment of patients with metastatic non-small-cell …

Immunotherapy

Google taps Airbnb exec to turn self-driving cars into a business

Google's self-driving car project hit a rough patch with the departure of one of its earliest team members, but it's evident that the tech giant is still bent on turning the experiment into a viable business. The company has hired Airbnb executive Shaun Stewart, who led his former employer's …

The King of Fighters XIV review

I still remember the day I walked into my local arcade and discovered <i>The King of Fighters ‘94</i>. As my (far) younger self headed toward the fighting …

A Quantum Computing-Dominated World Is Coming In Less Than 10 Years, Says CEO Of Acronis

A seminal moment in the quantum technology field just happened: Google's team of scientists have simulated a hydrogen molecule from its quantum computers, a breakthrough that suggests it could “simulate even larger chemical systems,” writes one of Google Quantum’s engineers, Ryan Rabbush. The …

Quantum Physics

Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch?

We’ve all seen them, those colorful images that show how our brains “light up” when we’re in love, playing a video game, craving chocolate, etc. Created using functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fM.R.I., these pictures are the basis of tens of thousands of scientific papers, the backdrop to …

Medical Journals