Artificial Skin That Stretches like Real Skin Has been Created

Ad Support : Nano Technology   Netbook    Technology News    Computer Software The photograph shows a hairless lab rat at the top with a 2.7 cm² patch of the new material grafted over a dermacission of the same area. By week 4 in the lower photograph, the natural rat skin has filled in the graft area, and is …

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Massively Parallel Computing on an Organic Molecular Layer

Ad Support : Nano Technology   Netbook    Technology News    Computer Software A superthin computer just two molecules thick can solve complex problems and, somewhat like the human brain, can evolve to improve and perform many operations simultaneously This is significant progress on molecular computing with molecular switches that is highly parallel and using cellular automata. * This …

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Nanopatch induces a protective immune response Using 100 Times Less Vaccine

Ad Support : Nano Technology   Netbook    Technology News    Computer Software The Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, demonstrated that a vaccine delivered by a Nanopatch induces a similarly protective immune response as a vaccine delivered by needle and syringe, but uses 100 times less vaccine. Being both painless and needle-free, the nanopatch offers hope for those …

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‘Broad spectrum’ antiviral Compound could be used against HIV-1, Nipah, Ebola and other deadly viruses

Ad Support : Business Success   How to Make Money    Executive Jobs    Paid Surveys UCLA researchers have identified an antiviral small molecule (LJ001) that is effective against numerous viruses, including HIV-1, influenza A, filoviruses, poxviruses, arenaviruses, bunyaviruses, paramyxoviruses and flaviviruses. These viruses cause some of the world’s deadliest diseases, such as AIDS, Nipah virus encephalitis, Ebola, hemorrhagic …

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Technology Acceleration Forecasts – More than Changes for the Individual

8th European conference on Computing And Philosophy — ECAP 2010 will be looking at the Singularity and Technology Acceleration * Claims about and evidence to acceleration * The nature of an intelligence explosion and its possible outcomes * The nature of the Technological Singularity and its outcome * Safe and unsafe artificial general intelligence and …

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Intel Will Use Immersion Lithography to 11 nanometers, EUV litho is late, Junctionless Transistor Will Simplify 10 nanometer Work

1. EETimes reports that Intel will be able to extend 193 nm immersion lithography to 11 nanometers, as Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography is late again Intel hoped to use EUV at 22-nm, which is due out in 2011. The problem is that EUV will not be ready in time for 22- or 15-nm in production–at …

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Avatar Will be the Number One Domestic Movie On Feb 3, 2010 and is Over Two billion Worldwide

The week 7 weekend domestic box office for Avatar was $30 million for a $594 million domestic total. Avatar will pass Titanic non-inflation adjusted box office on Wed, Feb 3, 2010 I had predictions about Avatar’s box office Week 6 – $260 million est, $1.97 billion world, $570 million domestic Week 7 – $200 million …

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Trihydrides Appear to be a More Promising Path to Superconducting Metallic Hydrogen

High-pressure researchers, including Carnegie’s Ho-kwang (Dave) Mao, have now modeled three hydrogen-dense metal alloys and found there are pressure and temperature trends associated with the superconducting state—a huge boost in the understanding of how this abundant material could be harnessed. Computer modeling indicates that superconductivity for trihydrides (Hydrogen compounds with 3 hydrogens) set in at …

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Intelligence and Technology Achievement and Productivity

There are some rare individuals with IQs in the 200’s and their brains are not larger than regular people. Highest IQs Ever The dominate, rigorously researched, and documented answer (who had the highest IQ) is German polymath Johann von Goethe (IQ = 210), second to Shakespeare in literature, with a vocabulary of over 90,000 words, …

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Cancer Prevention

The Prostate Cancer Prevention Trial, or PCPT, was a study designed to see whether the drug finasteride (trade name Proscar) can prevent prostate cancer in men ages 55 and older. In June 2003, the PCPT was stopped early because of a clear finding that finasteride reduced the incidence of prostate cancer. However, those trial participants …

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New Display Technology, Augmented Reality Glasses and Folding E-Book

2009 is the first year that we’re really seeing all of the display types mentioned here—LED LCD, OLED, E-Ink, and legacy CFL LCD, plasma and others—all coexist in the market and establish themselves in their respective niches. LCD-backlit LED has so far brought incremental advances to the mobile-computing space, the place where it’s poised to …

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