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5 Technologies For 2031

Look back to the year 2001 and it’s hard to imagine how different the world was. Global Internet penetration was just 5% then, compared to 50% today, and connection speeds were frustratingly slow. Mobile phones were fairly common, but were capable of little more than voice or text. Google was still …

Quantum Computing

Breakthrough Tech: Scientists Use Swarms of Nanorobots to Precisely Target Cancer Cells

Nanotechnology has always been something more out of the future than the present. It’s very promising tech with a variety of exciting applications …

Using machine learning to predict how nanoparticles will react in the human body.

Some of the biggest advances coming in modern medicine may also be the tiniest.<p>For a few decades, scientists have been learning how to design …

Machine Learning

The difficulty of defining nanomaterials.

How do you regulate something you cannot define? It’s a dilemma that policymakers around the world are struggling with as they try to enact …

Nanotech

What Procrastination Does To Your Happiness?

In September 2014, two British professors wanted to find out what happens when students do not hand over their assignments on time. Their study threw …

If I Understand Why I'm an Addict, Maybe It Will Go Away...

Addicts new to recovery typically enter treatment motivated by their current crisis and a desire to escape their actual and potential consequences (rather than a desire to change their behaviors and live differently moving forward). And instead of being focused on the day-to-day solutions that …

The truth about “smart drugs”: They probably won’t make you smart unless you already are

<b>Bradley Cooper in "Limitless" (Dark Fields Production)</b><p>Most of the reports of positive effects from “smart drugs” is still anecdotal, so make sure to do your research<p>Larry Schwartz<p>January 26, 2016 11:58pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on AlterNet.<p>In the 2011 movie <i>Limitless</i>, our …

Ares Affordable All-in-one 3D Printer with CNC and Laser Engraving and 3D Scanning

3D printing, CNC & laser engraving and 3D scanning have been packed in <b>Ares 3D printer</b>, which makes it become a powerful creative machine, and its …

3D Printing

Robots Are 3D Printing a Bridge Right Underneath Them

As more people become familiar with 3D printing and the ways additive manufacturing can change how things are made, new ideas and applications continue to emerge. While printing toys and cell phone cases can be fun, these are not world-changing applications. A team in Amsterdam, Netherlands MX3D, …

The psychology of emojis

I have a confession to make: I’m a grown woman who peppers pretty much every text and social media post I send with smileys, hearts, stars and various other decorations.<p>Emojis have taken over my communication—and I’m far from alone. According to Swyft Media, 74 percent of people in the U.S. …

Ford begins 3D-printing parts with Carbon3D

This afternoon Ford announced their collaboration with Carbon3D to begin producing high-quality automotive-grade parts with speed. This team-up began …

Nanometer-Sized Robots Can Now Take Colon Biopsies

Researchers have invented a non-invasive way for thousands of nanometer-sized robots to perform tissue biopsies. Developed by Professor David Gracias at Johns Hopkins University, these starfish-shaped robots are able to enter the body, collect a minuscule tissue sample, then be extracted by a …

Johns Hopkins University

Blue energy: How mixing water can create electricity

The intriguing chemistry that occurs where rivers meet the sea could power our homes and much more, says Phillip Ball.<p>It is perhaps one of the most under-exploited sources of green energy. When salt water and fresh water mix in estuaries, a chemical process occurs that can be harnessed for …

Tim Hunt shows why old men should be banned from science | Dean Burnett

72-year-old Nobel prize winner Tim Hunt has caused controversy by saying laboratories should be segregated along gender lines. However, there is evidence to suggest that science should be more exclusive. It should exclude old men<p>Tim Hunt, 72-year-old Nobel laureate, is currently at the centre of a …

This mile-long, floating device is taking on the ocean’s plastic pollution

<b>(The Ocean Cleanup)</b><p>The brain child of a Dutch teen is setting out to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Will it work?<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>June 3, 2015 8:08pm (UTC)<p>People seem really excited about the upcoming deployment about a new system created to clean up the ocean's floating plastic.<p>Judging …

Pollution