by Peter Murray: What if treating skin cancer was just a matter of wearing a patch for a few hours? At this year’s Society of Nuclear Medicine’s Annual Meeting one group of researchers presented such a patch.
by Aaron Saenz: Monday June 18th marks the start of Singularity University’s 10 week Summer Graduate Studies Program. Based in NASA AMES in the heart of Silicon Valley, SU has become the premier institution in educating the next generation of leaders about the disruptive power of accelerating technologies.
by Beth Buczynski: In about a week, some of the brightest minds in government, industry, and academia will gather in Denver, Colorado to talk about what the U.S. can do to play catch-up in the global clean energy race.
by Peter Murray: Scientists have worked out a non-invasive way to sequence a fetus’ genome, using only blood from the mother and saliva from the father-to-be.
by Pete Danko: You could take the two big, fat reports on the chaotic state of global clean energy development that came out today in practically any direction you want,
Future360 travels to Austin, Texas to unearth a radical new energy storage technology. Xtreme Power’s patented power cell promises to be a game changer in how renewable energy is integrated into the grid.
At the height of its glory, this mysterious civilization ruled a territory of 125,000 square miles across parts of Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador and Belize.
by David J. Hill : A quadriplegic man has regained partial control of his hands after doctors rewired the nerves in his arm.
by David J. Hill: In the second Star Wars prequel, Attack Of The Clones, C3PO walks into a droid factory and exclaims, “Machines building machines? How perverse!”
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