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NASA Reveals New Design for a Warp Drive Ship

NASA Reveals New Design for a Warp Drive Ship | Science, Technology, Internet | Scoop.it
In 2012, NASA physicist Harold White revealed that he and a team were working on a design for a faster-than-light ship. Now he's collaborated with an artist to create a new, more realistic design of what such a ship might actually look like.
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[NSFW] Amazing Oculus Rift demo showcases ultra-realistic humans in virtual reality

Just when you thought the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset couldn't get any more impressive, enter this demo, which uses scans of real-life models to make ultra realistic humans for your enjoyment.
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Dutch Scientists Achieve Quantum Teleportation Breakthrough

Dutch Scientists Achieve Quantum Teleportation Breakthrough | Science, Technology, Internet | Scoop.it

We may not have Star Trek-esque transporter technology any time soon—or ever—but Dutch researchers this week reported a breakthrough in the quantum teleportation of information, opening the door to a potential revolution in computing and networking.

Scientists at the Delft University of Technology's Kavli Institute of Nanoscience managed to transfer information contained in one quantum bit, or qubit, to another "entangled" qubit about 10 feet away "without the information having travelled through the intervening space," Prof. Ronald Hanson, head of the research group wrote in a summary.

In other words, as Hanson noted, "teleportation."

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Tiny human brain models grown in lab with tiny cortex, tiny hippocampus (video)

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Through stem cells, the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) in Austria has managed to grow some tiny (3-4mm) human brain models that include parts of the cortex, hippocampus and retinas. The lab-grown tissue will allow researchers to peer into the early stages of human brain development in far higher detail than ever before.

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