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Welcome to the Exponential Age, by Dr Bob Goldman
The First Reprogrammable Quantum Computer Has Been Created
Quantum Computing Explained
Researchers have developed a device that can diagnose 17 diseases from a single breath.
Compact CRISPR Systems CasY and CasX Found in Some of World’s Smallest Microbes
Silkworms Spin Super-Silk After Eating Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene
Nano Water Chip Could Make Desalination Affordable for Everyone | Inhabitat
A new "bed-of-nails" nano-surface selectively rips apart bacteria and leaves animal cells alone.
Robot Pill Could Prevent Surgery
Wireless 'Neural Dust' Could Monitor Your Brain
Could Nanotechnology End Hunger?
Scientists have built autonomous nanobots powered only by chemical energy that can "sense" their environment and repair broken circuits.
The nanolight revolution is coming.
World Economic Forum on the Fourth Industrial Revolution disrupting the Future of Jobs by 2020: 5 million jobs will be lost.
Stanford physicists use photons to carry messages from electrons 1.2 miles apart.
Ray Kurzweil's Wildest Prediction: Nanobots Will Plug Our Brains Into the Web by the 2030s, by Dr Peter Diamandis
How Nanotechnology Could Reengineer Us
The first nano photonic, all optical, light based memory chip has been created.
The Clothing of the Future Is Dipped in Silver
Ray Kurzweil: In The 2030s, Nanobots In Our Brains Will Make Us 'Godlike'
Neural lace has been invented to organically connect your brain with a computer.
The tiniest Lego nanomachines: A tale of nanoscale motors, rotors, switches and pumps...
Take air. Suck out CO2. Make fuel. A lab advance hints at a future for artificial photosynthesis that might help with climate change.
The next generation nanomachines are already inside you, and will be created through genetically engineering ribosomes.
Researchers made a living circuit out of bacteria.
Molecular scientists unexpectedly produce new type of glass
These microscopic fish are 3-D-printed to do more than swim...
Scientist turned CO2 into valuable carbon nanofibers with a process that can mitigate climate change.
Looking at living cells down to individual molecules
Molecule That Mimics Exercise Could Help Treat Obesity and Diabetes
Microbiome bacteria can serve as artificial intelligence, controlling the behavior of an inanimate device like a robot.
Researchers develop the first-ever quantum device that detects and corrects its own errors
"Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're our only hope" Nanotech Converts Conventional LCDs into Glasses-Free 3-D Displays
Injectable, 'self-healing' hydrogel may offer simpler form of long-term drug delivery
All the world’s data can fit on a DNA hard drive the size of a teaspoon
Extreme strength observed in snail teeth
Human Physical Immortality Roadmap Infographic: What kind of immortality would you rather come true?
The Acceleration of Acceleration: How The Future Is Arriving Far Faster Than Expected
Ray Kurzweil’s Predictions for the Next 25 Years
Graphene: Fast, Strong, Cheap, and Impossible to Use
Want to Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria? Forget About Antibiotics | WIRED
Scientists experiment with... Robotic bacteria?
Google[x] Reveals Nano Pill To Seek Out Cancerous Cells
World's coolest molecules
Hemp fibres 'better than graphene'
Cities Of The Future, Built By Drones, Bacteria, And 3-D Printers
Research and Academics: Rus' Robotic Sand | Robotics Trends
Apple a day keeps the doctor away!
Seth Lloyd on Programming the Universe - YouTube
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