Posts Tagged ‘ biotech ’

NanoBriefing 25 January 2012

Jan 25th, 2012 | By

Jason Silva – always a welcome fountain of energy – waxes lyrical or rather, explosiveley delivers his glance across technology…progress and what is as far as I am concerned (and it seems he is too!), certainly an assembly, a composite of great things to come…..let it roll! His video is just over 3 great minutes
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US Innovation, Food trucks

Jun 10th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. The Failed Promise of Innovation in the U.S., by Michael Mandel During the past decade, innovation has stumbled. And that may help explain America’s economic woes If the reality of innovation was less than the perception, that helps explain why America’s apparent boom was built on
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Nano-yarns, rotating buildings, FireFox tweaks, bacteria mousetrap, boat racing, Twittering

Mar 30th, 2009 | By

Morning Reading, selected articles of interest from various publications. Nanotechnology: Cotton fibres coated with carbon nanotubes could be used to make clothing that glows, or detects bleeding So the aim is to manufacture a light material that can be easily woven but is also highly durable and, in order to transmit information, can conduct electricity.
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