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Do Gamers Need Anita Sarkeesian's Feminism? | Game/Show | PBS Digital Studios

Sexism in game culture is back in the spotlight. As seen in the comment section of Carolyn Petit's recent review of GTA 5 and, of course, the hate spewed tow...
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Medical Xpress: Resveratrol remains effective against cancer after the body converts it

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Top 8 futuristic office technologies that will change how we work | Impact Lab

Top 8 futuristic office technologies that will change how we work | Impact Lab | leapmind | Scoop.it
There’s a lot of potential to build off existing technologies if you can recognize the right business use. The Kiplinger Letter has forecast future
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Robots fill new roles at work | PCWorld

Robots fill new roles at work | PCWorld | leapmind | Scoop.it
Thanks to better sensors and other tech advances, robots are being used for new applications, including quality control.
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Naked Mole Rat's Longevity Due To Perfect Proteins - Health News - redOrbit

Naked Mole Rat's Longevity Due To Perfect Proteins - Health News - redOrbit | leapmind | Scoop.it
Researchers believe they have found the secret behind the longevity of the naked mole rat: the creatures' cells make nearly perfect proteins.
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What Will Be the Next Gene Therapy? | MIT Technology Review

What Will Be the Next Gene Therapy? | MIT Technology Review | leapmind | Scoop.it
Several gene therapies are or will soon be in late-stage human trials. One of them could be the first to get FDA approval for sale in the U.S.
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South Korean Scientists Use E. Coli to Make Gasoline

South Korean Scientists Use E. Coli to Make Gasoline | leapmind | Scoop.it
Escherichia coli can cause serious food poisoning but Korean scientists have come up with a more helpful use for the sometimes-deadly bacteria: producing gasoline.
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Projects to accelerate radical healthy longevity

Projects to accelerate radical healthy longevity | leapmind | Scoop.it
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Utilities Dumbstruck By Big Data From Smarter Grid

Utilities Dumbstruck By Big Data From Smarter Grid | leapmind | Scoop.it
As the electric grid gets smarter, it is sending vast quantities of data to utility companies that have no idea what to do with it, according to electric industry experts who gathered in Chicago this morning.
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An Early Look at the Carbon Nanotube Computer Your Kids Will Use

An Early Look at the Carbon Nanotube Computer Your Kids Will Use | leapmind | Scoop.it
Researchers from Stanford University have unveiled what they are calling "the world's first carbon nanotube computer."
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Mitochondria rejuvenation in mice gave memory and exercise performance like a young adult for elderly mice

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The Quest for Immortality Continues with Latest Stem Cell Study

The Quest for Immortality Continues with Latest Stem Cell Study | leapmind | Scoop.it
For the first time, scientist have created stem cells within the bodies of laboratory mice. This proves that it is possible for damaged cells to be rejuvenated...
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New Evolution Concepts Are Changing How We Think About Biological Aging

New thinking about the evolutionary nature of biological aging will profoundly affect medical research on age-related diseases – here’s why.
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The push to create a $30 portable brain recorder - NBC News.com

The push to create a $30 portable brain recorder - NBC News.com | leapmind | Scoop.it
Whether it's studying the potential for head impact injuries among young football players or adult soldiers, an intriguing area of...
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Strap on your computer, wearable technology is taking off

Strap on your computer, wearable technology is taking off | leapmind | Scoop.it
The digital domain is creeping off our desktops and onto our bodies, from music players that match your tunes to your heart beat, to mood sweaters that change colour depending on your emotional state - blue for calm, red for angry.
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(HD) Dr. Michio Kaku: The Biotech Revolution - Vision of the Future - Full Documentary

(HD) Dr. Michio Kaku: The Biotech Revolution - Vision of the Future - Full Documentary ❶ HD Universe Channel: For all your Space, Universe and Science docume...
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33rd Square | Nanoscale Resolution MRI Has Been Experimentally Achieved

33rd Square | Nanoscale Resolution MRI Has Been Experimentally Achieved | leapmind | Scoop.it
A team of researchers has devised a novel nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique that delivers a roughly 10­ nanometer spatial resolution.
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Why neuroscience is ending the Prozac era | Impact Lab

Why neuroscience is ending the Prozac era | Impact Lab | leapmind | Scoop.it
The big money has moved from developing psychiatric drugs to manipulating our brain networks. Has the psychiatric drug age reached its peak? Mind-altering
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First pictures of hydrogen bonds unveiled | Chemistry World

First pictures of hydrogen bonds unveiled | Chemistry World | leapmind | Scoop.it
Observation of intermolecular interactions in quinolines could help to settle the nature of this kind of bonding
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Accelerator on a chip: Technology could spawn new generations of smaller, less expensive devices for science, medicine

Accelerator on a chip: Technology could spawn new generations of smaller, less expensive devices for science, medicine | leapmind | Scoop.it
In an advance that could dramatically shrink particle accelerators for science and medicine, researchers used a laser to accelerate electrons at a rate 10 times higher than conventional technology in a nanostructured glass chip smaller than a grain...
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The price of creating a connected future

The price of creating a connected future | leapmind | Scoop.it
Future generations will live in a world more connected in almost every way, but how will human interaction suffer, asks author Tad Williams.
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IT's curator insight, September 30, 2013 12:01 PM

Budoucí generace se možná divit jaká bude cena za "connected", ale už nynější vědí o co jde. Přece něco tajit a někoho sdílet.

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Kevin Kelly: The Improbable is the New Normal ... - Lapidarium notes

Kevin Kelly: The Improbable is the New Normal ... - Lapidarium notes | leapmind | Scoop.it
Kevin Kelly: The Improbable is the New Normal "The improbable consists of more than just accidents. The internets are also brimming with improbable feats of performance — someone who can run up a side...
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Navy's High-Flying Spy Drone Completes Its First Flight | Danger Room | Wired.com

Navy's High-Flying Spy Drone Completes Its First Flight | Danger Room | Wired.com | leapmind | Scoop.it
This is the Navy's MQ-4C Triton, its next-generation surveillance drone. It just flew its first flight test out in California. And it wants to scan 2,000 miles of ocean at once.
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The next big ideas from 'Idea Man' Paul Allen: A.I. and cell biology - NBC News.com

The next big ideas from 'Idea Man' Paul Allen: A.I. and cell biology - NBC News.com | leapmind | Scoop.it
Software billionaire Paul Allen is already using his riches to further brain science, spaceflight, rock 'n' roll history — and oh, the...
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