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MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock

MIT's robotic limbs pave the way for real-life Doc Ock
They are unlike the prosthetic limbs; they wont replace but will compliment the real ones
Read more Jun 4 2014, 12:53pm CDT
 

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From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies

From Sci-Fi To CyPhy: iRobot Founder Takes To The Skies
The excerpt below comes from Forbes/Wolfe Emerging Technology Report’s recent full-length interview with Helen...
Read more Feb 4 2014, 9:15am CST
 

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That’s not bubblegum; it’s MIT’s ‘morphable’ automotive skin of the future

Source: Digital Trends

MIT researchers are developing a smart morphable surface (smorph for short) that, like a golf ball, has exterior dimples to reduce drag. By creating a vacuum underneath the surface, the dimples change in size, which could theoretically create an adaptable, slippery surface on an automobile. The post That’s not bubblegum; it’s MIT’s ‘morphable’ automotive skin of the future appeare ...
Full article at: Digital Trends 10 hours ago, 10:15am CDT
 

A Professor With A Western Past Remakes Pakistan's Entrepreneurial Future

A Professor With A Western Past Remakes Pakistan's Entrepreneurial Future
Umar Saif has done a lot in his 35 years.  A Pakistani, he earned his PhD in computer science from the University...
Read more Feb 3 2014, 7:01am CST
 

Third Party Administrator Forms Proactive Partnership to Help Protect Members from the Costly Consequences of Medical Identity Theft

Source: PRWeb

Now the fastest-growing form of identity-related crimes in the United States, medical identity theft (MIT) affected nearly two million people last year with associated costs topping $40 billion. Cypress Benefit Administrators – a third party administrator (TPA) with multiple locations across the U.S. – has taken a proactive approach to the problem by partnering with ICR Bridge in providing state-of-the-art M ...
Full article at: PRWeb 13 hours ago, 7:12am CDT
 

Regulations only a first step in cutting emissions

Source: PhysOrg.com

Intensifying calls for action on climate change have led to a variety of proposed regulations to cut greenhouse gas emissions from specific sources of the economy, including, most recently, the environmental protection agency's (EPA) rule on coal power plants. Examining the costs and effects of such regulatory approaches, MIT researchers found that source-specific regulations will reduce emissions, but not enough to substantially slow futu ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 13 hours ago, 7:10am CDT
 

Hack Your Naps For Productivity And Health

Hack Your Naps For Productivity And Health
The health benefits of getting enough sleep have received a lot of attention recently. The image of brain fluid cycling...
Read more Feb 2 2014, 8:30am CST
 

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Stephen A. Smith: ESPN Suspension For Domestic Violence Comments About Ray Rice Case
Stephen A. Smith: ESPN Suspension For Domestic Violence Comments About Ray Rice Case
Stephen A. Smith earned a one week suspension from ESPN for making inappropriate comments about women "not provoking" domestic violence attacks.
 
Philadelphia Eagles Fans Optimistic About 2014 NFL Season
Philadelphia Eagles Fans Optimistic About 2014 NFL Season
Philadelphia Eagles fans are optimistic about their team's chances for the 2014 NFL season, per a recent survey released by the Philadelphia Daily News.
 
Shaquille O'Neal Petitions Pharrell Williams for NBA 2K15
Shaquille O'Neal Petitions Pharrell Williams for NBA 2K15
Retired NBA superstar and current basketball television analyst Shaquille O'Neal raps in a promo clip for the upcoming video game NBA2K15 for Pharrell Williams' inclusion.
 

Senior Fed officials are 'in denial'

Source: CNBC

Senior Fed officials seem to have slipped back into their pre-2008 ways, says Simon Johnson, a professor at MIT's Sloan s ...
Full article at: CNBC 1 day ago, 12:43pm CDT
 

The New Machine That Could Be Making the iPhone 6's Sapphire Screen

Source: Gizmodo

The iPhone 6 may have a sapphire glass screen. It also may not . We've been through the will-they-won't-they, but MIT Technology Review recently went straight to the source: A company that's designed a better, cheaper way to manufacture the stuff. If Apple is planning a sapphire screen device, this coul ...
Full article at: Gizmodo 1 day ago, 9:06am CDT
 

Find Small Businesses with GoDaddy's Locu

Find Small Businesses with GoDaddy's Locu
Machine learning is a hot buzz word in software at the moment. It has had other such moments in recent memory along...
Read more Jan 27 2014, 10:38am CST
 


 

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