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MIT and Tsinghua University sign urban innovation agreement
-MIT News - Tue Sep 19 14:10:38 EDT 2017
MIT and Tsinghua University in China have signed an agreement establishing a new technology project, the Future City Innovation Connector (FCIC), which is designed to support resea...
New leadership for MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab
-MIT News - Wed Sep 20 14:11:36 EDT 2017
Antonio Torralba has been named MIT director of the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab effective immediately, announced Anantha Chandrakasan, dean of the MIT School of Engineering, today. An ex...
Neue Teilnehmer für die Tech-Konferenz der Los Angeles Auto Show: BMW, DeLorean Aerospace, Toyota Research Institute und Waymo bei AutoMobility LATM dabei - Top-Repräsentanten inte...
T he $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize is being awarded this year to bioengineer Feng Zhang, a key developer of CRISPR genome-editing technology, the prize jury announced on Tuesday. Alt...
MIT’s The Engine raises $200M to fund ‘tough tech’
-TechCrunch - Mon Sep 18 20:11:15 EDT 2017
If you think that too many VCs these days are playing it safe and only looking to back sure bets rather than moonshots and more ambitious ventures, take a look over at what’s going...
MIT’s big money venture fund for “tough tech” has opened its doors — and has announced its initial seven investments in areas ranging from alternative energy to space communication...
It turns out Wikipedia is a pretty good source for scientists, even if your biology professor won’t accept it for your term papers. Researchers at MIT and the University of Pittsbu...
It is safe to say that no one really relishes the idea of getting injections, even as adults, so it is understandable why children typically kick up a huge fuss when it’s time for ...
Many of us have worn T-shirts or clothes bearing patterns which look “ethnic” in their design. Maybe you bought a really nice bed-spread with a design from India. Mostly we assume ...
Analyzing the language of color
-MIT News - Mon Sep 18 11:11:14 EDT 2017
The human eye can perceive millions of different colors, but the number of categories human languages use to group those colors is much smaller. Some languages use as few as three ...
Climate Change Point Of No Return: Scientist Gives Mass Extinction Deadline
-International Business Times - Wed Sep 20 14:09:46 EDT 2017
If humans don’t change the amount of carbon going into Earth’s oceans by 2100, it could be too late to stop the chain of events leading to another mass extinction on this plan...
Engineers from MIT have created a new 3D fabrication method that is able to generate a new type of drug carrying particle that could allow the delivery of medical vaccines that can...
Amazon Responds to Report Boston is Frontrunner for 2nd HQ
-NECN - Tue Sep 19 02:13:11 EDT 2017
Amazon is reportedly weighing Boston as its second headquarters, but the company denies that there are any frontrunners. Bloomberg reports that "several senior Amazon.com Inc. exec...
Bio-inspired approach to RNA delivery
-MIT News - Tue Sep 19 20:11:21 EDT 2017
By delivering strands of genetic material known as messenger RNA (mRNA) into cells, researchers can induce the cells to produce any protein encoded by the mRNA. This technique hold...
Why You Should Ignore U.S. News College List
-Forbes - Fri Sep 15 05:30:22 EDT 2017
As a nation, we're obsessed with lists. We want better, cheaper and more exciting rankings of everything. Us media folks drive this mania. Yet when it comes to colleges, "best" lis...
A new approach to ultrafast light pulses
-Science Codex - Mon Sep 18 11:11:34 EDT 2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Two-dimensional materials called molecular aggregates are very effective light emitters that work on a different principle than typical organic light-emitting d...
Sept. 18 (UPI) -- Engineers at MIT have created a 3D fabrication method that can make a new drug-carrying particle to allow multiple doses of a drug, vaccine with one injection. Th...
This New System Helps Bioengineering Happen 10,000 Times Faster
-Fast Company - Mon Sep 18 20:08:34 EDT 2017
If a particular species hasn’t been engineered in the past, figuring out how to make its cells accept DNA can take months or even years. Actually inserting the DNA is equally tedio...
The Morning After: Monday, September 18th 2017
-Engadget - Mon Sep 18 02:09:00 EDT 2017
Nintendo has promised to revive the NES Classic Edition in 2018, but that Switch console of yours might offer some gaming moments of yesteryear to pass the time until then: Nintend...
Eataly’s New Theme Park In Italy Is The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of
-Fast Company - Mon Sep 18 05:06:25 EDT 2017
When it opens in Bologna, Italy, in November, Eataly World will span 25 acres and feature pastures, more than 40 restaurants and food stalls, and learning centers that allow visito...
Childhood vaccines may go into one jab
-BBC News - Thu Sep 14 17:12:11 EDT 2017
A technology that could eventually see every childhood vaccine delivered in a single injection has been developed by US researchers. Their one-shot solution stores the vaccine in m...
Bizarre grinding noises. Ringing in the ears. Hearing losses. Concussions. Loss of concentration. They’re just some of the symptoms American diplomats have reportedly exp...
New technology developed by Draper labs could help astronauts actually feel the ground beneath them. The product in question is a boot, outfitted with sensors and feedback motors t...
Lots of love for driverless cars, just not from drivers
-Salon - Sat Sep 16 14:06:17 EDT 2017
As tech companies and automakers, cheered on by the federal government, race to test and promote autonomous vehicles, several surveys show that most motorists don’t want to drive, ...
A new approach to ultrafast light pulses
-MIT News - Mon Sep 18 08:10:47 EDT 2017
Two-dimensional materials called molecular aggregates are very effective light emitters that work on a different principle than typical organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) or qua...
There’s diversity in the world of programming languages, and often, the problem for mathematicians, researchers and data scientists is to find a single language that suits practica...
Bio-inspired approach to RNA delivery
-Science Codex - Wed Sep 20 17:11:38 EDT 2017
CAMBRIDGE, MA -- By delivering strands of genetic material known as messenger RNA (mRNA) into cells, researchers can induce the cells to produce any protein encoded by the mRNA. Th...
The Silicon Valley start-up Pi says they have found a way to charge phones and tablets by simply placing the devices near its cone-like charger. If the company’s claims are true, t...
In 2014, Dr. Sabine Seymour started building SUPA, a line of sportswear apparel and devices to supercharge workouts. The gear tracks your biometrics, then SUPA’s AI turns that data...
The online education company Udacity on Tuesday unveiled a "flying car" nanodegree program, offering students "the skills to create autonomous flight vehicles that will be crucial ...
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