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The IGDA has launched the Speaker Diversity Initiative to help spotlight a broader selection of talent and foster speaker diversity at games industry events. ...
If you're building a spacecraft that's going to be landing on a planet that has an atmosphere, then you'd better equip it with a heat shield. Although some approaches to such shields can be heavy and/or complex, a University of Manchester PhD student has developed one that's simple, cheap and lightweight... Continue Reading New spin on heat shields could cut cost of spacecraft Category: S
winy maas describes the proposal as 'a manifesto showing that urban density is great and can contribute to our planet's survival.' The post MVRDV and woods bagot stack neighborhoods in ‘new kind of skyscraper’ proposal appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Cancer isn't some foreign illness invading your body – it's essentially just regular cells dividing out of control. Current cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiotherapy are designed to kill tumors, but they often take down healthy cells as well. An emerging technique could provide a more targeted approach, stopping tumorous cells from proliferating and effectively putting the cance
The 1970s are back, according to an interior-design report by online furniture platform Clippings. Read more
Heads up, data-hungry devs: Unity†™s new survey explores the studio size, project counts, marketing platforms, monetization plans, and more of 1,445 indie studios, including some who don't use Unity. ...
Although it's a very well-studied disease, there's still no cure for cystic fibrosis. But we may be a step closer to finding new treatments, as two research teams are now reporting the discovery of a new type of cell in the airways. These rare cells seem to be where most activity of a certain gene is located, mutations of which are known to cause cystic fibrosis... Continue Reading New cel
Jam-packed with interesting insights gleaned from a survey of over 600 industry professionals involved in developing AR/MR/VR experiences, this Innovation Report is completely free to download! ...
The ranks of the ebolavirus genus have grown for the first time in a decade, with the identification of a new strain in free-tailed bats in Sierra Leone. It is not yet known if it is harmful to humans, but its discovery will assist scientists trying to better understand how the virus hides between outbreaks, and by extension help our efforts to better contain them... Continue Reading New s
While we're busy fighting (and possibly losing) a war against superbugs, we might not realize that these organisms are constantly battling each other as well. Researchers from ETH Zurich have found a way to use that to our advantage, by making use of some of the chemical weapons they've developed against each other. In this case, that bacterial battleground is on the surface of thale cress is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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