Joshua Biermann

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Engineers write programming language to help build synthetic DNA

Chemists could soon turn to a standardized set of instructions on how to program molecular interaction in a test tube or cell.<p>Chemical reaction networks make up an old language of equations that detail how chemicals behave together. Now engineers at the University of Washington are taking this …

Computer Science

Google ethics tour: should readers be told a link has been removed?

Meeting in Paris, the third public consultation of Google’s advisory council discussed search engines should notify users when information is de-linked<p><b>One of 10 executives, academics and regulators on Google’s</b> <b>advisory council</b> <b>for ethics, Luciano Floridi explains the outcome of the third public</b> …

Your Gadgets' Best Friend: The SeV Revolution Plus TEC Jacket [Review]

I love the changing of the seasons. In fact October is one of my favorite months here in the US. From coast to coast, temperatures are cooling down, trees are lighting up with brilliant colors, and there's a refreshing nip to the air. With the return of the cooler weather, many of us are rummaging …

Weather

GadgetellSolutions Media

12Feb/18<p>The outdoor goods and apparel retailer has scrapped its legendary unlimited returns policy whereby customers were allowed to return …

Smart Scent

Mist Shine is world first smart wearable scent indicator built in aluminum alloy. It allows you to get kinds of spray at anytime or anywhere, it is a …

'Alexander's' day isn't so terrible, film isn't so great

Like so many family movies of the past, "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" rests on the idea of the innocent and the unsuspecting caught in embarrassing, but amusing, situations. I believe it's technically referred to as the shock-and-scream effect.<p>All of the Coopers — …

Mozilla: Just 5 percent of computer science kids go into nonprofits. We’re going to change that.

Public interest groups say there aren't nearly enough tech geeks working for nonprofits and in government. New research from Mozilla and its partner, the Ford Foundation, finds that barely 10 percent of computer science students wind up working in those sectors. The vast majority — 70 percent — go …

Common Sense Security - Powered by Doteasy.com

The word going around right now is that passwords are on their way out. What is going to replace them isn't really understood at the moment. So, …

A Better Leader by Sitting in Front of Your Computer?

By Even Fossen<p><b>When I was young I, by some peculiar reason I do not even remember today, had the ambition of becoming the CEO of a substantial company by the age of 30.</b> I did not make it, but by the age of 33 I could check that off my list. However, looking back I must admit that even though my …

Leadership