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Sep 20, 2021

The spice must flow!

Posted by in category: futurism

Sep 20, 2021

The world’s first charging station for electric aviation

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Skycharge, developed by Green Motion and Pipistrel, has recently been approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as the world’s first OEM-independent electric aircraft charging station.

Pipistrel’s Velis Electro aircraft had already become the first electric aircraft to receive a type certificate from EASA in June last year. The approval of Skycharge is another important milestone on the way to environmentally sustainable aviation.

Skycharge is based on Eaton’s proprietary DC charging technology. The charging infrastructure for electric aircraft and eVTOL (electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing) aircraft offers exceptional conversion efficiency (over 96%), compactness and power density.

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Sep 20, 2021

You don’t see objective reality objectively: neuroscience catches up to philosophy

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Objective reality exists, but what can you know about it that isn’t subjective. According to some neuroscientists, not much.

Sep 20, 2021

Major prostate cancer breakthrough could see patients cured within a week

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

A clinical trial is beginning tomorrow to discover if it is safe to give radiotherapy in two large doses.

If successful, it would mean treatment for prostate cancer could take days instead of weeks.

Sep 19, 2021

Life on Alien Planets Could Be More Diverse Than on Earth

Posted by in category: alien life

The only place in the Universe where we know life exists is on Earth. However, with billions of other star systems in the universe, it may not be the best place for life. In a new study, astronomers modeled the potential for life on other watery planets and discovered some conditions that can create oceans that are optimal for habitability.

The model suggests that watery planets with dense atmospheres, continents, and long days — planets that rotate slowly — were the most suitable for life. These conditions increase ocean circulation, which brings nutrients from the depths to the surface, where they can be used by organisms.

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Sep 19, 2021

New neuroscience research suggests the cerebral cortex acts as the brain’s hourglass

Posted by in category: neuroscience

No one can stay awake forever. While we’re awake, our need for sleep gradually increases. If we deprive ourselves of sleep, our brain functions – such as attention or judgement – are impaired, and sleep becomes irresistible. No matter whether we are on a couch or at work – if we ignore our need for sleep, we ultimately crash.

Although sleep is vital, until now it hasn’t been known which structure of the brain tells us when we are tired. But our recent study has shown in laboratory mice that the cerebral cortex, which is responsible for the most complex brain functions – including perception, language, thought and episodic memory – helps us track our need for sleep.

Sep 19, 2021

Why SpaceX’s first private space mission is so important & Jeff Bezos’ reaction

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, media & arts, space travel

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Sep 19, 2021

New colon cancer study suggests Mirati has the best KRAS-blocking drug

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

With new colon cancer study results, Mirati lays claim to best KRAS-blocking drug.

The results are the strongest yet for a new class of cancer drugs that work by blocking the effects of a type of KRAS alteration called G12C.

Sep 19, 2021

Major study finds AI is at an “inflection point”

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A new report about artificial intelligence and its effects warns AI has reached a turning point and its negative effects can no longer be ignored.

The big picture: For all the sci-fi worries about ultra-intelligent machines or wide-scale job loss from automation — both of which would require artificial intelligence that is far more capable than what has been developed so far — the larger concern may be about what happens if AI doesn’t work as intended.

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Sep 19, 2021

NASA Turned a Star’s Corpse into Sound — and It’s Magical

Posted by in categories: cosmology, media & arts

NASA Turned a Star’s Corpse into Sound — and It’s Magical.

We all know that there’s no sound in space. However, one project from NASA is turning that fact on its head by transforming images of space objects into beautiful music.

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