Scientists use ‘NanoVelcro’ and temperature control to extract tumor cells from blood

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An international group led by scientists at UCLA’s California NanoSystems Institute has developed a new method for effectively extracting and analyzing cancer cells circulating in patients’ blood. Circulating tumor cells are cancer cells that break away from tumors and travel in the blood, looking for places in the body to…

MSU News – MSU chemists solve long-standing problem, explained in international journal

BOZEMAN, MT – A Montana State University team says it has discovered the grail of organic chemistry and has just published a paper about its accomplishment in one of the field’s top journals. The paper by professor Tom Livinghouse and graduate students Bryce Sunsdahl and Adrian Smith appears in the Dec. 22 issue of the German chemistryContinue reading “MSU News – MSU chemists solve long-standing problem, explained in international journal”

China to Invest $1 Billion in Russian Solar Energy

Originally posted on World News – Breaking International News Headlines and Leaks:
Chinese power giant Amur Sirius plans to invest up to 45 billion rubles ($1 billion) in Russian solar energy starting next year, business daily Vedomosti reported Wednesday. Russia has blazing summers to match its harsh winters, and despite the country’s wealth of hydrocarbon resources, the government is making moves to encourage the emergence…

What would look good in your living room?

 Digital Art  by Romain Dillet (@romaindillet) What would look good in your living room?  Born in France and now based in New York, Curioos started out as a simple Tumblr blog curating digital artists. After amassing hundreds of thousands of followers, the team jumped on the opportunity to let all these artists sell their work. Continue reading “What would look good in your living room?”

This Technology Lets You Become a Dolphin. Dolphins are the friendliest, most intelligent, human-like creatures in the ocean. (Photo: Max and Haley LLC) October 24, 2014 By David Kirby   David Kirby has been a professional journalist for 25 years. His third book, Death at Seaworld, was published in 2012. full biofollow me..  Would you beContinue reading

Hawk attacks a drone mid-air bringing it down to the ground: The 5 Best Ideas of the Day According to

Five Best Ideas of the Day: October 10 Courtesy of: The Aspen Institute @AspenInstitute The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, D.C. 1. With U.S. support, El Salvador is using community policing to address skyrocketing gang crime.By Jude Joffe-Block in Fronteras2. A new tool designed to flag bogus storiesContinue reading “Hawk attacks a drone mid-air bringing it down to the ground: The 5 Best Ideas of the Day According to”

A 3D-Printed Book Lets You Touch Precious Art With Your Grubby Meathooks

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3D scanning and printing has changed the way medicine is practiced and businesses are run, but some of the less life-altering things it does are no less awesome. Take Tom Burtonwood’s Folium, a book of printed “pages” that each contain a different piece of art you can actually feel with…

Police and Perverts have been using the FIND MY IPHONE feature to Hack iCloud

Hackers have been using the FIND MY IPHONE feature to steal everything from passwords to deleted photos. Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week: Story #1: Officials Warn 11 Missing Airplanes CouldContinue reading “Police and Perverts have been using the FIND MY IPHONE feature to Hack iCloud”

3D Printing Changing the World you excited about 3D printing? I sure am. As I continue to peel back the layers of what is cultural integration and what is actually natural laws of being alive, I find so many absurdities among our current mindset. Why is it that a handful of people “own” the world’s oil supply that weContinue reading “3D Printing Changing the World”