biotechnology Archive

biotechnologyBiotech, Machine Learning and Healthcare in 2020 and 2025

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A 2017, report Grand View Research projects the global biotechnology market is expected to reach USD 727.1 billion by 2025. In 2017, the biotech sector has a total market value of US $370 billion. Global health care spend projected to …

biotechnologyCircular RNAs can communicate with ribosomes and make proteins

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For decades, loops of genetic material known as circular RNA were considered a kind of genetic accident. But scientists have given them new attention in recent years, and a set of papers published this month suggests some of them actually …

biotechnologyUkrainian cargo plane delivers Boeing 777 engine to Northern, canada

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A Ukrainian Antonov 124 cargo plane delivered engines to a stranded Swiss Air Boeing 777 in Northern Canada Until the Boeing 747-8F, the An-124 was, for thirty years, the world’s highest aircraft gross weight production cargo airplane and second heaviest …

australiaSunway Supercomputer Architecture for 125 peak petaflops

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The technical details of the new worlds fastest supercomputer are available. Here is a 24 page report by Jack Dongarra The Sunway TaihuLight System was developed by the National Research Center of Parallel Computer Engineering and Technology (NRCPC), and installed …

biotechnologyUltrathin organic material enhances e-skin display

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University of Tokyo researchers have developed an ultrathin, ultraflexible, protective layer and demonstrated its use by creating an air-stable, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. This technology will enable creation of electronic skin (e-skin) displays of blood oxygen level, e-skin heart …

bioengineeringElon Musk tracking all advanced battery developments and sees nothing in the near term that would disrupt the Gigafactory of batteries

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Tesla Motors and Elon Musk track about 60 different advanced battery development efforts around the world. Some of the efforts to develop improved batteries and hold some long-term promise. they rate all of them from one to five, where five …

biotechnologyBritain joins laser arms race with up to £100 million high energy combat laser project

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The Ministry of Defence will begin building an experimental laser weapon later this year as a prototype for Star Wars-type armaments that could one day be used by British forces. The project costing up to £100 million aims to create …

antiagingHow to fix US Space Projects and Defense Programs Costs that are ten to one hundred times too high

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James Wertz of Microcosm presented at the Future In-Space Operations (FISO) Working Group on Reinventing Space–Why Aren’t We There? The focus of the FISO talk is on the high costs of the US space program but the problems identified are …

biotechnologyHybrid printing of mechanically and biologically improved constructs for cartilage tissue engineering applications

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A new tissue printer can print cartilage. Bioprinting is an emerging technique used to fabricate viable, 3D tissue constructs through the precise deposition of cells and hydrogels in a layer-by-layer fashion. Despite the ability to mimic the native properties of …

biofuelsSingularity Summit – Our Viral Future #SS12

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Carl Zimmer who Writes the blog TheLoon, and science fiction and for major magazines talks about Our Viral Future He talks about Ramses V (pharaoh) Died of Smallpox, earliest identified case, determined by examining the mummy Virus – Medawar Virus …