Flexible circuits 50 times faster

Fast flexible electronics created that can operate at 7.8Ghz and could reach 20Ghz. This is fast enough for large flexible wireless antennas for wifi or radar that could wrap a plane or blimp. It would ideally be double for flexible microprocessors as good as our current CPUs. It could help make the city wide surveillance …

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Interesting ethical dilemma

Child with mind frozen by disease at 3 months of development has body growth halted at age 7 and 65 pounds Case for halting growth made to save child discomfort of menstruation and to enable easier care by care-givers. These kinds of things I view practically and pragmatically. If those who object were willing to …

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Another longevity related gene

People with a cholesterol gene variant are more likely to live longer and with better brain function. Brian WangBrian Wang is a Futurist Thought Leader and a popular Science blogger with 1 million readers per month. His blog Nextbigfuture.com is ranked #1 Science News Blog. It covers many disruptive technology and trends including Space, Robotics, …

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DNA nanorobotic arm array

FromScience Daily, more on Ned Seemans DNA nanorobotic arms. NYU chemistry professor Nadrian C. Seeman and his graduate student Baoquan Ding have developed a DNA cassette — shown here as red L-shaped structures — containing a nanomechanical device that can be inserted within a DNA array and function there. (Image courtesy of New York University) …

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Gene Transfer : could treat asthma and erectile disfunction

A recent study of 11 men was performed to show the safety of gene transfer procedure and it also showed effectiveness for treating erectile disfunction Gene transfer could also treat asthma, overactive bladder and irritable bowel syndrome. Gene transfer is gene therapy lite, because it does not change your DNA but adds protein production to …

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