- A Tale of Do-It-Yourself Gene Therapy
An American biotech CEO claims she is the first to undergo gene therapy to reverse aging. Judge for yourself.
- Microsoft Researchers Are Working on Multi-Person Virtual Reality
Researchers in Jaron Lanier’s lab at Microsoft are exploring ways for people to share the experience of mixed reality.
- Lyft’s Search for a New Mode of Transport
How Uber’s archenemy plans to make the world a better place by building a kind of public transit system from private cars.
- How Your Smartphone Can Detect Bipolar Disorder
The sensors in smartphones can accurately detect the changes in mood that are indicative of bipolar disorder, according to a new study. That could lead to faster treatment and better outcomes for sufferers.
- Advanced Nuclear Industry to Regulators: Give Us a Chance
Entrepreneurs argue that reactor technology innovation is limited by regulatory barriers.
- An Algorithm Helps Robots Fall Safely
Researchers at Georgia Tech have developed an algorithm to help humanoid robots hit the ground without breaking themselves.
- 1366 Bets on Silicon Wafer Innovation with New Solar Plant
New method for making silicon wafers enables 1366 Technologies to survive and expand.
How SpaceX’s massive Starship rocket might unlock the solar system—and beyond
With the first orbital test launch of Starship on the horizon, scientists are dreaming about what it might make possible— from trips to Neptune to planetary defense.
DeepMind says its new language model can beat others 25 times its size
RETRO uses an external memory to look up passages of text on the fly, avoiding some of the costs of training a vast neural network
The therapists using AI to make therapy better
Researchers are learning more about how therapy works by examining the language therapists use with clients. It could lead to more people getting better, and staying better.
What it will take to unleash the potential of geothermal power
Four new pilot plants funded by the US infrastructure bill could help expand the range of the “forgotten renewable.”
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