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Published by under News categories on April 26, 2010

Find additional key tips on twitter update. Take advantage of our free-interactive open forum to propose subjects of your interest and find valuable feedback from both expertise and open sources. Read the rest of this entry »

The robot revolution is just beginning

Published by under AI / CI / Computing,News,Robotics categories on May 3, 2012

Humanoid within blue light projected behind it.Despite a half-century of exponential growth in computational power, the state of robotics is pretty much still the same, but that may not be true for much longer, according to Rodney Brooks former director of MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) Read the rest of this entry »

Creating a new education ecosystem

Published by under Articles,Politics / Management categories on January 31, 2012

photo effect of a kid kissing the sun in his handsLearning is a concept that is variously bandied about as a right, a privilege, a product, and a gift but what does it truly mean in the 21st century, and how is technology changing our understanding of learning and its relation to education. By Malcom Ramsay & Cottage Labs. Read the rest of this entry »

Cern scientist expects early finding of Higgs boson

Published by under Cosmos,News categories on December 10, 2011

Head scientist from the Cern particle physics laboratory told the BBC he expects to see first glimpse of the Higgs boson by next week.  The finding of the mysterious fundamental particle will be a significant milestone at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), that was built with the hunt for the Higgs boson as a key goal.  The Higgs, notoriously difficult to define, helps us to understand why particles have mass. Read the rest of this entry »

Genetically modified food: Information and risk in the market.

Published by under Articles,Bio-Sciences categories on November 8, 2011

The issue of GMOs in food market is closely related to the debate between liberalization and regulation, as demonstrated by the disputes in the WTO. Both asymmetry of information and perceived risk are two key assumptions for precaution in the EU. But, solutions at the US are quite different; as a figure, nine licenses have been approved in the EU while US has issued almost sixty.

By Tamara Guirao. Mgr: Dr. Sanja Pavlica. Read the rest of this entry »

Cognitive chip born to be AI

Published by under AI / CI / Computing,News categories on August 26, 2011

Ibm chip IBM unveiles a new generation of computer chips designed to emulate the brain’s abilities for perception, action and cognition. This new technology may reach to full Artificial Intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »

Cannabinoid receptor CB1 is changing brain aging: hope for ‘elixir of life’

Published by under Bio-Sciences,News categories on August 16, 2011

marijuana leafOur population is getting older. Recent findings from German researchers suggested a mechanism that is likely to protect the brain from aging: Switching off of the cannabinoid-1 receptor leads to faster aging of mouse brain.  By Dr. S. Pavlica. Read the rest of this entry »

Nuclear phased-out, timed-out or not well understood

Published by under Articles,Energy,Politics / Management categories on July 21, 2011

two Fukushima officers wearing antiradiation suitsAs well as Three Miles Island Nuclear Power Plant accident was a “before” and “after” in nuclear regulations, there are one pre Fukushima and other post Fukushima facts, in a world where other similar races run the same, or worse way. By Major L. Loureiro. Read the rest of this entry »

Advanced iPS technology to cure retinal degenerative diseases and restore visual function

Published by under Bio-Sciences,News categories on June 30, 2011

Scientist using a transparent screenVisual impairment is a big medical and public health problem that might be combated thanks to recent breakthrough in iPS technology to correct gene defect responsible for a blinding disorder in generated iPS produced from the patient’s own skin. By Dr. Pavlica. Read the rest of this entry »


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