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'Water Bubble' Could Be End of Plastic Bottles

'Water Bubble' Could Be End of Plastic Bottles | iScience Teacher | Scoop.it
In this week's Swipe, the team meet the innovators competing to become Europe's best cleantech start-up.

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An amazing Documentary featuring Future Science & Technology Secrets - 2015

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Future Technology Secrets
An amazing Video featuring the future of Science and technology
with an emphasis on Quantum Mechanics.

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Soylent: Food of the future?

Watch as we unveil what may be the food of the future – Soylent - and learn about its nutritional implications. Watch more videos: http://www.ndtv.com/video?yt.

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Using Technology to Reach Unreachable Students

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The iPad made a transformation in John's learning demeanor. Where once his attitude blared, "I dare you to teach me!" now it screams, " Teach me more!

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Smartphones may soon Detect Air Pollution

Smartphones may soon Detect Air Pollution | iScience Teacher | Scoop.it
According to the World Health Organization, nitrogen dioxide (NO2)-based air pollution contributes to over 7 million deaths per year – children and the elderly are particularly at risk. Thanks to research being carried out at Australia's RMIT University, however, it may soon be possible to

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Researchers 3D Print Polymers killing Bacteria & Eliminating Infection

Researchers 3D Print Polymers killing Bacteria & Eliminating Infection | iScience Teacher | Scoop.it
Innovations in 3D printing are marching toward us, in droves, faster than most people can keep up with today. There are so many, in fact, that it’s easy to start becoming desensitized to the...
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Aliens, computers and synthetic biology

Our capacity to partner with biology to make useful things is limited by the tools that we can use to specify, design, prototype, test, and analyze natural or engineered biological systems. However, biology has typically been engaged as a "technology of last resort" in attempts to solve problems that other more mature technologies cannot. This lecture will examine some recent progress on virus genome redesign and hidden DNA messages from outer space, building living data storage, logic, and communication systems, and how simple but old and nearly forgotten engineering ideas are helping make biology easier to engineer.


Via Szabolcs Kósa, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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