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GEN News | Video timeline history of stem cell research

December 11, 2013

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Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News | A timeline spanning 60 years of stem cell research. Reporting by Kevin Mayer, video by Sunya Bhutta.

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TED | An equation for intelligence by Alex Wissner-Gross

December 10, 2013

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TED | What is the most intelligent way to behave? Wissner-Gross explains how the latest research findings in physics, computer science, and animal behavior suggest that the smartest actions, from the dawn of human tool use all the way up to modern business and financial strategy, are all driven by the single fundamental principle of keeping future options as open as possible.

Consequently, he argues, intelligence itself may be… read more

CBS News | Ancient skull reveals new clues in human evolution

December 9, 2013

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CBS News | A 1.8-million-year-old skull discovered by scientists in the Former Soviet Republic of Georgia reveals new evidence that may reshape what is known about human evolution.

The discovery of an ancient skull has revealed clues that could shake up the accepted theories of human evolution, it could rewrite the history of humanity.

Instead of many branches in our evolutionary family tree thought to lead to us, like… read more

Future of money TV series (Kickstarter)

October 18, 2013

Future of Money

The FUTURE OF MONEY Television Series is an informative and entertaining six-part one-hour Docu-Series that we plan to complete by fall 2014. The series explores the evolution of money in six major aspects: Payment Transactions, Banking, Bartering, Credit Lending, Money Making and International Monetary System.

The show travels the world interviewing experts on financial innovations about the future of money. Together, we time travel with our audience — through… read more

Video Source: Heather Schlegel

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Red Bull Stratos | World record stratosphere jump with full POV, multiangle, mission data

October 18, 2013

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Felix Baumgartner’s world-record-breaking jump from the stratosphere, 127,851 feet up.

Video Source: Red Bull

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3D printing in zero gravity

October 2, 2013

3d printing in space

The goal of 3-D printing is to take this capability to microgravity for use on the International Space Station. In space, whatever astronauts have available on orbit is what they have to use — but just like on Earth, parts break or get lost. When that happens, there’s a wait for replacement parts, or the need to have multiple spares that have to be launched. The ability to conduct 3-D… read more

Video Source: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Shapeways 3D printing and the culture of creativity

September 12, 2013

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What is the future of creativity, manufacturing, and design? How is the Shapeways community and 3D printing enabling everyone to make their ideas real?

This film portrays how the Shapeways 3D printing community and marketplace is enabling everyone to be a creator. All you need is an idea and an Internet connection.

— Shapeways

Video Source: Shapeways

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Dreamworks | The Fifth Estate film trailer

September 10, 2013

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Dreamworks Pictures & Reliance Entertainment | Triggering our age of high-stakes secrecy, explosive news leaks and the trafficking of classified information, WikiLeaks forever changed the game.

Now, in a dramatic thriller based on real events, The Fifth Estate reveals the quest to expose the deceptions and corruptions of power that turned an Internet upstart into the 21st century’s most fiercely debated organization.

The story begins… read more

Cardiac rhythm identification replaces passwords and pin

September 5, 2013

Nymi

The Nymi lets you securely and seamlessly engage with your world through ECG (heart pattern) authentication and motion sensing.

— Bionym

Video Source: Bionym Inc.

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Samsung smartwatch, other gadgets

September 5, 2013

Samsung smartwatch

New gear showcased at the IFA tech show includes Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Galaxy Note 3 smartphone, and Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet; and a new type of camera from Sony that clips onto a smartphone.

— CNET

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Researchers confirm new element 115

August 29, 2013

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Scientists have now confirmed the existence of a new element, No. 115 on the periodic table, by slamming atoms into each other.

— CNN

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Focus Features | Trailer for surveillance thriller Closed Circuit

August 26, 2013

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Focus Features | The international suspense thriller Closed Circuit turns a timely tale of government surveillance in a high-profile terrorism case into a very human drama. It is in theaters August 28, 2013.

Following a mysterious explosion in a busy London market, the police swoop, a suspect is detained, and the country prepares for one of the most high-profile trials in British history. Two exceptional lawyers… read more

Field Trip on Glass

August 25, 2013

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The history, architecture, insider tips and hidden gems from over 100 local publisher partners come to life. Right before your eyes. Field Trip for iPhoneAndroid, and now Glass.

– Niantic Labs@Google

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Augmented-reality SpaceGlasses

August 23, 2013

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Meta’s SpaceGlasses video shows the huge potential of augmented reality, bringing the computing scenarios of “Iron Man” to life. Spaceglasses.com.

— CNET TV

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SkySweeper robot inspects power lines inexpensively

August 21, 2013

SkySweeper

Mechanical engineers at the University of California, San Diego invented a robot designed to scoot along utility lines, searching for damage and other problems that require repairs. Made of off-the-shelf electronics and plastic parts printed on an inexpensive 3D printer, the SkySweeper prototype could be scaled up for less than $1,000, making it significantly more economical than the two models of robots currently used to inspect power lines.

—… read more

Video Source: University of California, San Diego

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