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QR Codes Could Last A Million Years

QR Codes Could Last A Million Years | BioPlug | Scoop.it

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"A group of scientists involved in ‘The Human Document Project’ are experimenting with QR Codes for very long term optical data storage. The scientist are interested in how data about the human race can be stored for millions of years and outlast the human race itself. Current optical data storage deteriorates after only a few decades but by creating QR Codes with one material embedded within another they believe they can extend this to a million years and beyond. The images below show show a centimeter sized QR Code with each pixel of the code consisting of a set of much smaller QR Codes with pixels of only a few micrometers in size"

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The idea of fractal QR codes is great!

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Hackteria

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“Hackteria is a network of people practicing DIY (do-it-yourself) biology with an interest in art, design and interdisciplinary cooperation.

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Talking to Real-Life Cyborgs About the Future of Body-Hacking | The Creators Project

Is a cyborg revolution around the corner?
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Next nature: Intimate_Technology_the_battle_for_our_body_and_behaviour.pdf

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Tatical Biopolitics: The_ethics_of_experiential_engagement_with_the_manipulation_of_life.pdf

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Slavoj Zizek - Nature does not exist - YouTube

Controversial Slovenian philosopher, Slavoj Žižek, talks about the ongoing ecological crisis and concludes that Nature doesn't exist.
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The Anti-Surveillance State: Clothes and Gadgets Block Face Recognition Technology, Confuse Drones and Make You (Digitally) Invisible

The Anti-Surveillance State: Clothes and Gadgets Block Face Recognition Technology, Confuse Drones and Make You (Digitally) Invisible | BioPlug | Scoop.it
An entire industry is dedicated to getting your privacy back.
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Americano cria aplicativo antissocial para não se encontrar com pessoas na rua

Americano cria aplicativo antissocial para não se encontrar com pessoas na rua | BioPlug | Scoop.it
O Hell is other people usa as referências de localização do Foursquare para avisar onde o usuário não deve ir
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He Holds the Patent that Could Destroy Monsanto and Change the World

He Holds the Patent that Could Destroy Monsanto and Change the World | BioPlug | Scoop.it
If there's anything you read – or share – let this be it. The content of this article has potential to radically shift the world in a variety of positive ways.
And as Monsanto would love for this article to not go viral, all we can ask is that you share, share, share the information be
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The Future of Life Institute

The Future of Life Institute | BioPlug | Scoop.it
FLI catalyzes, supports, and disseminates research on questions at the foundations of physics and cosmology, particularly new frontiers and innovative ideas integral to a deep understanding of reality, but unlikely to be supported by conventional funding sources.
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Prosthetics with a difference

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Sophie de Oliveira Barata runs the Alternative Limb Project, creating unique prosthetics designed to reflect the wearer's personality.
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Three-Dimensional Structures Self-Assembled from DNA Bricks

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A team of researchers from Harvard's Wyss Institute have created self-assembling 3D nanobricks out of DNA — essentially inventing a nanoscale version of Lego — that can be used to build thousands of different objects.

What the research team has done is create a very short DNA "brick" of a single strand with 32 nucleotides, that will connect with other bricks, but only at a 90° angle. A 10x10x10 structure of these bricks was created by giving each a unique DNA sequence that would only fit in one place, leading to a self-assembling cube of 1000 DNA voxels.

 

see on: http://io9.com/5963784/harvard-team-makes-legos-out-of-dna

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LATIN AMERICAN BIOHACKER SPACES NETWORK

LATIN AMERICAN BIOHACKER SPACES NETWORK | BioPlug | Scoop.it
Network of fellow Biohackers from Latin America, from Mexico to the Patagonia all together with the same goal, to democratize access to biotechnology.
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Robots ants showed elementary collective intelligence

The engineers designed a miniaturized robots that behave ants. Together, they are able to perform tasks that require intelligence and experience.

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Nature, Technology and Art: The Emergence of a New Relationship Author: Ursula Huw Published by: The MIT Press

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Why ‘Natural’ Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore

Why ‘Natural’ Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore | BioPlug | Scoop.it
It isn’t every day that the definition of a common English word that is ubiquitous in common parlance is challenged in federal court, but that is precisely what has happened with the word “natural.” During the past few years, some 200 class-action suits have been filed against food manufacturers, charging them with misuse of the adjective in marketing such edible oxymorons as “natural” Cheetos Puffs, “all-natural” Sun Chips, “all-natural” Naked Juice, “100 percent all-natural” Tyson chicken nuggets and so forth. The plaintiffs argue that many of these products contain ingredients — high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors and colorings, chemical preservatives and genetically modified organisms — that the typical consumer wouldn’t think of as “natural.”

 

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Welcome to Genspace

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"Genspace is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting education in molecular biology for both children and adults. We work inside and outside of traditional settings, providing a safe, supportive environment for training and mentoring in biotechnology."

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DNA computer re squencing DNA

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Philip K. Dick Warned Us About the Internet of Things in 1969

Philip K. Dick Warned Us About the Internet of Things in 1969 | BioPlug | Scoop.it
Be careful about what you say in your living room if your new TV is on. News broke earlier this week that Samsung’s Web-connected SmartTV can listen to, record, and send what the television hears to a third-party company. The television doesn’t watch you watch it back, but it is...
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“O avanço da inteligência artificial pode alavancar o fim da raça humana”

“O avanço da inteligência artificial pode alavancar o fim da raça humana” | BioPlug | Scoop.it
Stephen Hawking teme que nossa lenta evolução biológica seja superada pelas máquinas
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Harvard team makes Legos out of DNA

Harvard team makes Legos out of DNA | BioPlug | Scoop.it
A team of researchers from Harvard's Wyss Institute have created self-assembling 3D nanobricks out of DNA — essentially inventing a nanoscale version of Lego — that can be used to build thousands of different objects.
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