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Our first look at Alphabet's smart city:


Timber towers and smart pavement: Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs is sharing an early glimpse of its Toronto development. By Aileen Kwun https://www.fastcompany.com/90219315/our-first-look-at-alphabets-smart-city?utm_source=postup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Fast%20Company%20Daily&position=3&partner=newsletter&campaign_date=08162018 ...


Novel compounds turn old cells young again in promising new anti-aging research:


A new study from researchers at the University of Exeter has shown how three specifically designed compounds can target the mitochondria in older human cells, effectively rejuvenating those cells ...


An EKG at your fingertips whenever you need it wherever you are. KardiaMobile:


"You cannot imagine the face of the nurse when I told them I was in AFib - This is one of the best products I have ever purchased and well worth the price. If you are suffering from AFib or had it you ...


Most Americans will happily try eating lab-grown "clean meat":



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"How To Die Young at a Very Old Age" This Pill Promises to Extend Life for a Nickel a Pop:


Nir Barzilai has a plan. It's a really big plan that might one day change medicine and health care as we know it. Its promise: extending our years of healthy, disease-free living by decades. As Lewis ...


The world's first "high-tech eco village" will reinvent suburbs:


ReGen village, in the Netherlands, will collect and store its own water and energy, grow its own food, and process much of its own waste. Also: no cars. By Adele Peters https://www.fastcompany.com/90207375/the-worlds-first-high-tech-eco-village-will-reinvent-suburbs?utm_source=postup&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Fast%20Company%20Daily&position=1&partner=newsletter&campaign_date=07262018 ...


Record-breaking solid state memory stores data at 100 times the density of Blu-ray:


Scientists at the University of Alberta have demonstrated a new data storage technique that stores zeroes and ones by the presence (or absence) of individual hydrogen atoms. The resulting storage ...


Harvard's artificial heart parts beat like the real thing:


It goes without saying that the heart is an important organ, but it's difficult to study how it reacts to diseases and medications. Researchers at Harvard have now grown a model of a human left ventricle ...


2018 Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance Review: First Taste:


With the appearance of electrically powered AWD, the Model 3 is playing a grand finale that's going to be epic. What should be a newsworthy moment--a road drive of the Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor Performance--is ...


Lab-grown burgers could be on menus by 2021:


It may not be very long before you can go into a restaurant and order "one hamburger, hold the cow." Dutch startup Mosa Meat has secured €7.5 million (US$8.8 million) in funding to take lab-grown meat ...


Exclusive: Inside Beyond Meat's innovative future food lab:



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The "Home for sale" sign gets its first major makeover in nearly 50 years:




12 Innovations That Could Make Reverse Aging a Reality:




A.I. predicts side effects for millions of drug combos:


Researchers have created an artificial intelligence system for predicting, not simply tracking, potential side effects from drug combinations. Last month alone, 23 percent of Americans took two or ...


Experimental drug fuels hopes for new class of non-opioid pain relief:


With the current opioid crisis in the US, finding new non-addictive painkillers and other relief methods is key. An experimental, non-opioid drug known as EMA401 is showing promise, and now researchers ...


New drug shows promise for preventing and even reversing damage from age-related dementia and stroke:


Cerebral small vessel disease (SVD) is one of the most commonly associated causes of age-related dementia and stroke. New research, led by the University of Edinburgh, may have finally uncovered the ...


"I Was Devastated": Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets:




Scientists develop the smallest, cheapest electronic nose for search and rescue:


Scientists from ETH Zurich have developed what they claim is the "smallest and cheapest" electronic nose for sniffing out people, designed with earthquake and avalanche rescue in mind. The nose is ...


Imagine a city lit by glowing trees instead of streetlights:




Researchers Develop Contact Lenses That Can Shoot Laser Beams:


Making great headway in the area of flexible organic semiconductors development, a team of researchers have come up with a new optoelectronic device that shows great promise. By Mario L. Major ...


Google want to take over all your boring everyday tasks including.....:


Google will one day be able to drive a car for you. It can help you compose your e-mails and finish your thoughts now, automatically. And now, in a spooky view of the future, it can even make phone calls ...


And now the robots have taken up jogging:




New wood nanofiber biomaterial steals strength record from spider silk:


Spider silk has long held the title of strongest natural biomaterial, so scientists have been trying to harness it, mimic it and even improve on the recipe for years. Now, researchers at the KTH Royal ...


Side effect of an old drug inspires new hope for treating hair loss:


Despite a hefty amount of research, science still hasn't cracked the mystery of how to stimulate hair regrowth. A new study, spearheaded by researchers at the University of Manchester, has uncovered ...


Future anti-aging drugs could flip a "metabolic switch" to mimic fasting:


Fasting has been found to have a range of health benefits, and appears to slow down the aging process. Now, researchers from MIT have found that fasting for just 24 hours is enough to improve the regeneration ...


Multi-Touch Skin turns peoples' bodies into remote control units Wearables:


In 2015, scientists from Germany's Saarland University presented us with their iSkin stickers, which could be placed on the body to touch-control mobile devices. Now, led by Prof. Jürgen Steimle, ...


Noise-canceling windows soften the sounds of the city:


Sometimes there's nothing like a nice breeze from an open window, but in the city that can come with an unwanted side order of street noise. Inspired by the kind of noise-canceling tech used in headphones, ...


15 Biometric Sensors in the Work That Will Replace Medical Records and Diagnose the Most Common Disorders:




New CRISPR-based Platform Could Soon Diagnose Diseases From the Comfort of Your Home:




Life-sized 3D holograms could be coming to your next videoconference:


Plain old video calls could soon be made to look very outdated, thanks to new research coming out of Queen's University in Ontario. A team there has produced a 3D teleconferencing system called ...

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