Yesterday, I posted two blogs (here and here) regarding an AMD-hosted panel discussion that I attended in Cambridge, MA. Execs from AMD, EMC, HP, and APC were there to talk about short term measures that can yield savings in energy expenditures and green house gas emissions today, and then the ways in which they're looking to enable deeper efficiencies through new technologies and automation. For example, imagine that, collectively, the temperature sensors on the cores of all of the ...
The drawback of having a cast this cool looking? No one is going to be able to sign on it. But who cares! You want those broken bones to heal. And heal fast! Deniz Karasahin designed a custom cast that comes with an ultrasound device to speed up bone healing. Read more
A new report coming from New Scientist talks about a company called GenePeeks. They use its software to take genome sequences of both parents to produce "10,000 simulated pairings". Which means in the future, you'll get the predict what your kids would look like, along with a slew of other things. Read more
Ever wondered what a scientifically accurate Spongebob Squarepants would be like? The answer is - really super disgusting. Of course, if it were real, it would probably be a less interesting character. Though it's hard to say whether or not it'll be able to make friends like it does on its show. Read more