Friday, 22 November 2013

Wonders of Science Week 15-22 Nov 2013...Brings you excited discoveries & News of Science



More-realistic 3D imaging technique speeds up production of movie images, modeling human organs

Faster, cheaper biofuel production


Kano: a computer anyone can make


3D-printing multi-material objects in minutes instead of hours


Carnegie Mellon computer searches web 24/7 to analyze images and teach itself common sense


World’s smallest FM radio transmitter


Using a CT scan and 3D printer to recreate a fossil


Chaotic physics in ferroelectric materials may allow for brain-like computing


Detecting and zapping Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s with lasers


Biomaterial-delivered chemotherapy could effectively treat brain tumors


Printing computer displays and solar cells


Nanomagnets may replace silicon-based transistors in computers, say UC Berkeley researchers


Quantum world record smashed


Bacteria incorporate pieces of old DNA in their own genome, scientists discover

First ‘mini-kidney’ structures from human stem cells generated by Salk scientists


New hologram technology created by nanoantennas on a ‘metasurface’


A precise new quantitative brain-scan measurement method


Engineered glowing worms detect neural effects of drugs


A durable, low-cost water splitter made of silicon and nickel


New video series aims to popularize transhumanism; Kickstarter launched


New Fox science-fiction show Almost Human features androids


Scientists create single-atom bit, smallest memory in the world