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Scientists Devise New Method to Convert Water and Sunshine to 'Solar' Fuel
A team of scientists from the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the California Institute of Technology has successfully devised a new method to convert water and sunshine into usable "solar" fuel.
Researchers Create Artificial Yeast That May Pave Way to 'Designer' Organisms
The discovery means humanity is close to creating custom genomes from yeast and is just a few years away from making the first artificial organisms.
Why Stephen Hawking Thinks a World Government Is the Solution to the Threat of AI Invation
Hawking said that the best way to cope with AI invention is through international action. If push comes to shove, then a world government may have to be created.
How CaliBurger's Flippy the Burger Flipper May Start the Trend of Robots Replacing Fast Food Workers
The fast food industry remains to be one of the highest-earning industries in the market, which is why it tries its best to stay on top. With a very lucrative job market in play, it appears every move industry giants make are very sensitive - which is why it's a surprise to see this particular fast food chain employ quite the robotic guest.
Tesla Powers Hawaiian Island With 54,000 Solar Panels, Battery Packs
The Tesla initiative has a whopping 54,978 solar panels, all of them with 13 megawatts of solar generation capacity. Tesla also installed 272 of its commercial battery, the Powerpack 2, to help Hawaii citizens use energy at night.
Survey Reveals More Epilepsy Patients Use Medicinal Cannabis -- What Does This Mean for Cannabis Research?
Survey results showed that a high percentage of the respondents actually turn to medical marijuana because it can elicit "more favorable" side effects compared prescription drugs that contain anti-epileptic effects.
Scientists Create Quantum Computer That Can See, Recognize Trees -- How Will It Affect AI Development?
What if an artificial intelligence has become capable of recognizing objects? A quantum computer has been trained to recognize trees.
Saturn's Weird Moon Titan Is Covered With Electrically Charged Sands
Scientists have discovered that Saturn's moon Titan actually has very durable sands. It appears not only is its seas filled with hydrocarbons, but Titan's sands are also very electrically-charged.
Analemma Tower: New York Firm Plans to Bend Gravity, Build Giant Skyscraper Suspending From an Asteroid
The Analemma Tower may be a new name for some people, however it is actually being pegged as the "world's tallest building."
Promising Marijuana Research to Treat Dementia Blocked by US Regulations
The potential of marijuana and other cannabis products to help treat dementia and other disorders have appeared time and time again in various researchers. However, further research into testing these potential medications have been continuously blocked by the law.
Scientists Unlock Extremely Efficient Memory Gaining Method -- How Does it Work?
A lot of people are observed to be "gifted" with amazing memory skills. Sometimes people look at them as very smart people, but what if people can easily learn how to be a "super memorizer" ?
Is it Right to Sequence DNA of Newborns? Experts Weigh in on Benefits, Consequences
BabySeq is a newborn-screening study that is taking place in Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Childrne's Hospital, which is one of the four study sites of the NIH.
Do Gene Editing and Dogs Mix? Experts Weigh in on Genetic Editing for Breeding, Health
Is it about time we genetically engineer dogs? This is what David Ishee thinks as he started to make his way towards gene editing for stronger, healthier dogs. However, with regulations blocking his way, it will not be an easy quest.
Robots in China: Automated Workers Begin to Take Over Jobs, Consequences for Labor Industry
Recent surveys suggest that China's attraction to industrial robots may create a boom in the industry and begin replacing manufacturing laborers with that of automated machines.