3 Most Well-Known Movements Against Technology in 2020

Anti technology movements have a long history. The most famous one started in the early 19th century in Great Britain. The matter in question...

NASA Researchers Reveal a New Two-Star Planetary System

An announcement was made earlier this month in which to celebrate the first discovery of a two-star planetary system, called TOI-1338 b, encountered by...

Researchers Successfully Create Neuromorphic Nanowire Network

Using advanced artificial intelligence (AI) techniques and a complex network composed of several metallic nanowires, a team of international researchers demonstrated how to mimic...

Are We at a Turning Point for Quantum Computing?

Quite possible, thanks to a group of Princeton scientists. While scientists have been delving into the world of quantum computing for quite some time...

Has the World Gone Airpod Crazy?

Apple has surpassed Microsoft and is now the world’s most valuable company. Valued at more than $1.065 trillion, Apple quickly rose to stardom much...

Protein Production Supercharged

Proteins are notoriously difficult to synthesize in the lab. But they are essential for developing drugs such as insulin or clotting factors. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found a way to change the sequence of the amino acids...

Capturing the World’s Carbon Offset

We all know how important it is to cut the carbon footprint created by humans. And while we’ve demonstrated that we can do this well, the problem isn’t in capturing the carbon, but rather in storing it. Carbon capture and storage, or CCS for...

Why Microsoft is Still the King of Software

Back in the day, Microsoft was the name to beat in the world of, not just business-related software, but software in general. Whether you were crunching numbers, preparing a pivotal presentation or simply writing your magnum opus, chances are you were doing it with...

Does a Better Sleep Pattern Lower Your Risk of Stroke and Heart Disease?

There’s no denying that you nearly always feel better after having a full night’s sleep. But according to this latest study, published in the European Heart Journal, it’s not just the odd night that you should fully recharge. Getting a good night’s sleep on...

Internet Access Evolution: The Shift from Desktop to Mobile

The pace of technological change is driven both by innovation and by the demands of those who use that technology. User-driven change has been particularly notable in the way that most of us choose to access the internet. Whether you’re one of the new...

Looking to Boost Your Attention Span? Then Turn Down Your Alpha Brain Waves!

A new study carried out by MIT neuroscientists found that people can improve their attention span by way of managing their own alpha brain waves when performing certain tasks. The research demonstrated that once people were able to suppress the alpha waves in one...

MIT Researchers Improve Conductive Material Tenfold

Researchers at MIT have been working with various materials looking for ways to improve their electrical conductivity. Working with one particular clear, conductive coating, they may have just solved the issue – one which could potentially increase the efficiency (and stability) of solar cells...

Introducing Polymer Producing Robots

Another success for the world of robotics this month comes from a Rutgers-led team of engineers who have developed an innovative way of producing polymers through the use of automated technology. Using robots in such a way will make the development of many advanced,...

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