This new 3D printing development might just change the world. NASA is sinking a lot into 3D printing food, and they are starting with pizza. The project is aimed at evolving the future of food for both space and back here on Earth. It's not Star Trek's replicator, but it's probably just the beginning. Also, this could potentially end hunger around the world.
Brittany Wenger is 18 years old. And she just taught the computer to diagnose leukemia. She built a custom, cloud based "artificial neural network" to find patterns in genetic expression profiles to diagnose patients with a form of cancer called mixed-lineage leukemia (MLL).
Leap Motion takes gesture control to a Minority Report level. But what if you married it with your everyday OS? This new video shows exactly what kind of applications you can look forward to on your Windows 8 machine. And it's a whole lot cooler than touch.
To promote a new "all-digital" bank in Europe called Hello Bank!, BNP Paribas and ad agency Publicis Conseil teamed up with production company B-Roll to wire up 60 musicians from the Czech National Symphony Orchestra with smartphones and tablets for a rousing rendition of "Carmen".
It may seem that technology is progressing so fast that we should in fact, be smarter too, but according to a new study, it suggests that human intelligence is on the decline. So much that Westerners have lost 14 I.Q. points on average since the Victorian Era.
Scientists are making progress in making vaccines. A copy of the genetic code of the H7N9 avian flu arrived in a Boston lab on Sunday. By Saturday, the scientists had already created a vaccine, Boston Globe reported.
Got a wound to nurse? How about "rubbing some dirt in it"? It may sound counter-intuitive, but according to researchers at Arizona State University biodesign Institute, they have been experimenting with different clays and research presented in the journal PLoS ONE say that they've come across a family of antibacterial clays that are capable of killing pathogens from E.coli to methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, otherwise known as hard-to-kill MRSA.
By now you should realize that Google isn't just a search company. It's a company that wants to reinvent the future, and they are dabbling in so many things that we'll only really get to enjoy in the years ahead. From ChromeOS to Android to Gmail to Glass to Google Plus and self driving cars, all these ideas must come from some secret lab right?
Watch this 14-year old girl completely destroy Eddie Van Halen's "Eruption" guitar solo. And by destroy we mean she shreds it like a pro. If you don't really know what it means to cover Van Halen's "Eruption", it just means Tina is a guitar God.