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IBM Eyes Israeli Start-Ups for New Apps That 'Think'
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, future, IBM, Israel, cognitive technology )

David
- 6 days ago - timesofisrael.com
Israel is an important source for some of this cognitive technology. IBM is hopeful that start-ups will develop cognitive apps that make use of big data, to create apps that can essentially "think."
Microbes to Be 'Last Survivors' on Future Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Microbes, Earth, Future, Scientists, Research, 'last survivors' )

Ray
- 475 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The last surviving creatures on Earth will be tiny organisms living deep underground, according to scientists.
FUTURE EARTH
Science & Tech  (tags: Earth, Future, Sun, path, destruction, Fate, Timeline )

Ray
- 525 days ago - bbc.co.uk
What will happen to the Earth? We tend to worry about issues like climate change that can have an impact over periods of time comparable to an average human lifetime.
Predicting the Future With The Web Bot Project [Infographic]
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, future, web bot, web bot project )

Lee
- 1371 days ago - speckyboy.com
Have you ever heard of the Web Bot Project? Created in 1997, it is an application that can, by tracking trending keywords and net chatter, predict future events. Bold and far fetched claim, don't you think? But apparently it works.
Will the Roads of the Future Be Solar Powered?
Science & Tech  (tags: solar, road ways, power, surfaces, usa, space, future, environment, design, discovery, energy, concept, interesting, NewTechnology, research, performance, science, world )

Sandra
- 1529 days ago - newsfeed.time.com
The 25,000 square miles of road surfaces in the continental U.S. is a lot of unproductive space, isn't it? Scott Brushaw, founder of Solar Roadways, thought so too.
In 1925, the Future Was Owned By Pedestrians
Science & Tech  (tags: Public Transportation, City, Urban, Future )

Merissa
- 1553 days ago - mnn.com
In 1925, Popular Science Monthly ran a cover, which imagines what the city of the future would look like in 1950.
John Titor, Time Traveler Part 1 - Was He Really From the Future?   video
Science & Tech  (tags: John, Titor, Time, Traveler, Coast to coast, AM, June 12 2009, Oliver Williams, Timetravel_0, 2036, future, war, 2015, physics, world, events, wierd, hoax, machine, nasa, GeneticEngineering, discovery, computer )

Gregory
- 1930 days ago - youtube.com
Oliver Williams discussed the fascinating case of John Titor. Using the names "Timetravel_0" and later "John Titor," the author of the posts claimed to be a time traveler from the year 2036. He provided details about his time machine, what future is like.
Magnetic Storms
Science & Tech  (tags: Magnetic Storms, future, warning, space, auroras, astronomy, interesting, investigation, news, world )

Teresa
- 1966 days ago - pbs.org
Like the plot of a sci-fi B movie, something weird is happening deep underground where the constant spin of Earth's liquid metallic core generates an invisible magnetic force field that shields our planet from harmful radiation in space.
Back To The Future Custom Made Car Promotion By Kobe Bryant
Science & Tech  (tags: future, movie, Bryant, nike, delorean )

Djole
- 2273 days ago - fun-genius.com
Original DeLorean car,built by the famous movie serial Back to the future is promoted by NBA LA Lakers star Kobe Bryant.Also,here you can see the Nike Air McFly shoes,same as Michael J.Fox used to wear in the movie.The car is the real masterpiece and you
Ants Are Fungus Farmers
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, study, animals, Entomology, ants, evolution, agricuture, DNA, computer algorithms, concept, discovery, future, technology )

J.
- 2395 days ago - mnh.si.edu
By studying the agricultural evolution of leaf-cutter ants, as well as various other species, scientists may be able to develop improved human agricultural and medical methods.
'Voiceless' Phone Call Now Possible
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, future, future tech, humans, ambient, audeo, corporation, disease, MIT, nerves, silent, speech, technology, Texas Instruments, voice_detection, telepathy )

J.
- 2399 days ago - technology.newscientist.com
With careful training a person can send nerve signals to their vocal cords without making a sound. These signals are picked up by the neckband and relayed wirelessly to a computer that converts them into words spoken by a computerized voice.
Fuji Apples Harbour Unusual Cell Growth
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, study, investigation, discovery, apples, callus, Fuji, microscopy, future, technology )

J.
- 2399 days ago - sciencedaily.com
With this knowledge,breeders could pick parent varieties with all the positive traits of Fuji apples but with less-developed callus hairs.The presence or absence of callus hairs could also be used to test the authenticity of dried apples labeled as Fuji.
Birth of An Enzyme
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, scientists, technology, Biology, concept, design, Biochemistry Research, bio-structural modeling, enzymes, health, medicine, future )

J.
- 2400 days ago - wis-wander.weizmann.ac.il
Scientists succeed in designing artificial enzymes that also undergo 'evolution in a test tube'! This achievement opens the door to the development of a variety of potential applications in medicine and industry.
Researchers Report First 3-D View of Anti-Cancer Agentm
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, concept, design, humans, health, new technology, bleomycin, cancer, chemotherapy, crystallography, DNA, drug, molecular, X-ray, future, medicine )

J.
- 2406 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Using X-ray crystallography technology scientists produced the first 3-D molecular level images of bleomycin bound to DNA.The understanding of exactly how the drug interacts with the DNA will help in engineering a much better drug, with less toxicity.
Scientists Identify Origin of Hiss in Upper Atmosphere, a 40-Year Mystery
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, investigation, research, study, astronomy, space, Earth, Van Allen radiation belts, plasmaspheric hiss, electrons, discovery, future, technology )

J.
- 2419 days ago - newsroom.ucla.edu
Scientists have identified the origin of an intense wave in the Earth's upper atmosphere that controls the Van Allen radiation belts.These belts consist of high-energy electrons that can damage satellites and spacecraft.
 

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