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    New Atlas - New Technology & Science News

  • Were dinosaurs warm- or cold-blooded? Clues lie in their breath and bones
    Dinosaurs sit at the crossroads between reptiles and birds, leading scientists to debate whether they were warm- or cold-blooded. A new study may have found the answer for different groups of dinosaurs, by analyzing metabolic markers from their breath in their bones.Continue ReadingCategory: Biology, ScienceTags: Dinosaurs, Blood, metabolism, Fossils, Animals,... Read more »
  • EPFL's super-fast 3D-printing technique makes resin objects in seconds
    Researchers at EPFL have demonstrated a light-based 3D-printing method that's about 30 times faster than conventional additive manufacturing, creating objects in 20 seconds that would normally take more like 10 minutes thanks to photocurable resins.Continue ReadingCategory: 3D Printing, TechnologyTags: EPFL, 3D Printing, Light, Manufacturing... Read more »
  • Underwater Seaglider drone deployed to monitor ocean acidification
    The ocean absorbs almost a quarter of the carbon dioxide generated by human activity, and in doing so chemical reactions take place that make its waters more acidic. Measuring this effect is possible to an extent with sensors fitted to stationary buoys and vessels, but a newly fitted out deep-diving... Read more »
  • Lasers and ultrasound combine to pulverize arterial plaque
    Lasers are one of the tools physicians can lean on to tackle plaque buildup on arterial walls, but current approaches carry a risk of complications and can be limited in their effectiveness. By bringing ultrasound into the mix, scientists at the University of Kansas have demonstrated a new take on... Read more »
  • Lab-grown plant matter marks a step towards 3D-printable wood
    Chopping down trees and processing the wood isn’t the most efficient or environmentally friendly way to make furniture or building materials. Scientists at MIT have now made breakthroughs in a process that could one day let us 3D print and grow wood directly into the shape of furniture and other... Read more »
  • SSC Tuatara owner clocks 295 mph in just 2.3 miles
    The SSC Tuatara is officially the world's fastest car, but it's not the world's first 300 mph production car. That title's still up for grabs after YouTubers called shenanigans on SSC's claimed 316 mph run in 2020. But this car sure looks capable.Continue ReadingCategory: Automotive, TransportTags: World's Fastest, SSC, Hypercar,... Read more »
  • Soft corals emerge as source of highly potent anti-cancer compound
    From pit vipers to funnel web spiders, living creatures continue to prove a rich source of medicines with life-saving potential, but some are more forthcoming than others with their powerful compounds and molecules. A 25-year search for another source of a promising anti-cancer chemical produced by a rare coral species... Read more »

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    Tech Xplore - electronic gadgets, technology advances and research news

  • Self-sensing artificial muscle-based on liquid crystal elastomer and low-melting point alloys
    Materials scientists and bioengineers at the intersection of regenerative medicine and bioinspired materials seek to develop shape-programmable artificial muscles with self-sensing capabilities for applications in medicine. In a new report now published on Science Advances, Haoran Liu and a team of researchers in systems and communications engineering at the Frontier... Read more »
  • Hundreds stranded after ransomware attack on Indian airline
    Hundreds of Indian air travellers were stranded inside their planes after the low-cost airline SpiceJet cancelled or delayed flights due to an "attempted ransomware attack", the company has said.... Read more »
  • US securities regulators unveil proposal to fight 'greenwashing'
    US securities regulators unveiled Wednesday a proposed rule to tighten disclosure requirements on the rising number of investments that tout their commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals.... Read more »
  • No slump for pump and dump cryptocurrency gangs
    In a sleepy corner of the crypto-economy, the value of an obscure coin called Enzyme was tumbling downwards along with its peers earlier this month—but then something unusual happened on May 15.... Read more »
  • Twitter to pay $150M penalty over privacy of users' data
    Twitter will pay a $150 million penalty and put in new safeguards to settle federal regulators' allegations that the social platform failed to protect the privacy of users' data over a six-year span.... Read more »
  • Elon Musk revises Twitter financing plan; shares jump
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday revised the financing plan for his proposed $44 billion purchase of Twitter, raising investor hopes that the unpredictable billionaire still intends to pull off a deal roiled by market turbulence and Musk's not-entirely-explicable concerns about the number of fake accounts on Twitter.... Read more »
  • Interactive design pipeline enables anyone to create their own customized robotic hand
    MIT researchers have created an interactive design pipeline that streamlines and simplifies the process of crafting a customized robotic hand with tactile sensors.... Read more »

THE MEDICAL FUTURIST

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    The Medical Futurist

  • VideoDigital Twins And The Promise Of Personalized Medicine
    Any hospital, individual, medical device or drug can have a digital twin, allowing the safe testing of treatments, process changes and modifications of design. The post Digital Twins And The Promise Of Personalized Medicine appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • VideoThe 7 Must-Haves For The Doctor Of the 21st Century
    From digital stethoscopes to pocket-sized ECGs and portable ultrasounds, the diagnostics potential you can carry in your bag is amazing these days. The post The 7 Must-Haves For The Doctor Of the 21st Century appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • Video3D Bioprinting: Eradicating Transplantation Waiting Lists And Testing Drugs On Living Tissues
    Full overview of how 3D bioprinting will break into healthcare revolutionizing organ donations & animal testing. The post 3D Bioprinting: Eradicating Transplantation Waiting Lists And Testing Drugs On Living Tissues appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • VideoNot In Vein – The Aimvein Pro2.0 Vein Finder Review
    Vein scanner, a handheld device helping a nurse or a phlebotomist to find the right vein to take your blood sample for the first try. The post Not In Vein – The Aimvein Pro2.0 Vein Finder Review appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • Underfunding Research Of Female Health Leaves Huge Amounts Of Money On The Table
    Under-researched female health problems have incredible societal costs. Not only on the labour market, where conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune diseases and similar ‘womanly’ problems take off years of the careers of millions. But also in other areas: paying for the extra years in elderly care or losing the capacities... Read more »
  • The Future Of Vision And Eye Care
    From bionic eyes to artificial retinas, CRISPR to deep learning algorithms, this is a buzzing field of research with revolutionary promises, potentially affecting the lives of a billion people. The post The Future Of Vision And Eye Care appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • The 2022 Healthcare Power Ranking Of Tech Giants
    They all want to build strongholds early in this expeccted-to-become super lucrative segment. The road is bumpy, marked with expensive failures and promising successes. The post The 2022 Healthcare Power Ranking Of Tech Giants appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »

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MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

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    MIT Technology Review

  • Inside Charm Industrial’s big bet on corn stalks for carbon removal
    In recent weeks, a crew of staffers from a company called Charm Industrial have been working on the edge of Kansas corn fields, moving rolled bales of stalks, leaves, husks, and tassels up to a white semi-trailer. Inside, a contraption called a pyrolyzer uses high temperatures in the absence of... Read more »
  • How Charm Industrial hopes to use crops to cut steel emissions
    Charm Industrial has gained attention for its unusual approach to storing away carbon dioxide: converting plant matter into bio-oil that it then pumps into deep wells and salt caverns. (See related story.) But the San Francisco startup is now exploring whether that oil could be used to cut emissions from... Read more »
  • The Download: Google’s AI cuteness overload, and America’s fight for gun control
    This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The dark secret behind those cute AI-generated animal images Another month, another flood of weird, wonderful and cute images generated by an artificial intelligence. In April, OpenAI showed... Read more »
  • The dark secret behind those cute AI-generated animal images
    Another month, another flood of weird and wonderful images generated by an artificial intelligence. In April, OpenAI showed off its new picture-making neural network, DALL-E 2, which could produce remarkable high-res images of almost anything it was asked to. It outstripped the original DALL-E in almost every way. Now, just... Read more »
  • The Download: Clearview AI’s hefty fine, and countries’ monkeypox preparation
    This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The walls are closing in on Clearview AI Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been fined more than $10 million by the UK’s data protection watchdog for... Read more »
  • The walls are closing in on Clearview AI
    Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been fined almost $10 million by the UK’s data protection watchdog for collecting the faces of UK citizens from the web and social media. The firm was also ordered to delete all of the data it holds on UK citizens. The move by... Read more »
  • The Download: DeepMind’s AI shortcomings, and China’s social media translation problem
    This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The hype around DeepMind’s new AI model misses what’s actually cool about it Earlier this month, DeepMind presented a new “generalist” AI model called Gato. The model can play... Read more »

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