Memories are transferred from one snail to another in a laboratory.
ESA is examining three space mission concepts to fill the fifth medium class mission slot in its Cosmic Vision science program. The missions under consideration include a next-generation infrared space telescope, a surveyor craft that seeks out transient high-energy events, and a new Venus orbiter.
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Researchers led by Tobias Loetscher from the University of South Australia used machine learning to understand how eye movements and personality are related.
“CBS This Morning” speaks to the company’s CEO and gets a first look at models that will be on display at Tuesday’s Uber Elevate summit
The two-arm robot performed the 50 step assembly in about 20 minutes, making a mockery of the average dorm-dweller
Momentum Dynamics has announced the first 200 kilowatt wireless charger in North America, which sees a BYD electric bus in Wenatchee, Washington, receive a cable-free top-up during routine transfer stops.
The claims were made during a presentation given by Poppy Crum, a neuroscientist who studies people’s reactions as they watch films, at the TED conference in Vancouver.
EarthNow is a new company looking to provide satellite imagery and live video in virtually real-time. Its unsettling pitch describes a network of satellites that can see any corner of the globe and provide live video with a latency of about a second. And a look at the startup’s top investors gives a lot of confidence that this thing is happening.
We are excited to announce that 10 teams from five countries have moved forward into the finals for the $20M NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE. These finalists range from entrepreneurs and start-ups to academic institutions and companies that have been tackling the challenge for more than a decade. They represent an incredible diversity of approaches to turn waste (CO2 emissions) into a wide variety of valuable products, such as enhanced concrete, liquid fuels, plastics and carbon fiber. These innovators are ushering in the circular carbon economy by turning carbon from a liability into an asset. It’s this spirit of innovation that will help us take action on climate.