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Bill Gates has thrown his weight – and his money – behind a Californian startup that believes it can make a rich, fatty spread akin to butter, using just carbon dioxide and hydrogen. And 'butter' is just the start, with milk, ice-cream, cheese, meat and tropical oils also in development.Continue ReadingCategory: TechnologyTags: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Greenhouse emissions, Food techn
Writing comedy is hard. Humor is often subjective, so what you find funny, others may not. And comedy writers need to remember to include critical ingredients: timing, delivery, originality, and avoiding cliché. They are constantly walking the line between funny and unfunny.Continue ReadingCategory: TechnologyTags: Artificial Intelligence, LLM (Large Language Model), GPT, University of Southern C
Here comes a trio of docking stations and speaker systems that you’re gonna love!There’s something for anyone using an iPod, with a specific purpose for every moment of your life.Little tip: you can get ‘em with substantial savings, so you’ll be even more glad to hear your iPod playing!iHarley anyone? IHOME HDP66SC 2.1 Harley-Davidson Headlight Speaker SystemiHome and Harl
When you use DPReview links to buy products, the site may earn a commission.Last week's launch of the Panasonic GH7 was exciting for video shooters, with features like 32-bit Float audio and internal ProRes RAW recording making headlines. However, Panasonic also made a parallel announcement that will turn some heads.The company has partnered with Arri, a leading manufacturer of cinema cameras, to
Scientists have created a four-legged bio-inspired robot that climbs like no other. It clings to rough vertical surfaces utilizing a unique mechanism that is highly effective, yet at the same time relatively simple.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Carnegie Mellon, Quadruped, Climbing, Biomimicry
Vancouver-based lighting company A-N-D has showcased two collections at Alcova during Milan design week, adapting its chandeliers to be placed on the floor to respect the historic setting. Read more
Two years after entering the utility ebike space with the T1 Cargo, Fiido has added a longtail model to its gear-hauling family. The T2 ships with a 68-mile UL-certified battery, front squish and chunky fat tires, and offers pedal-assist up to 28 mph.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: ebikes, Pedal-assisted, cargo bike
Star Flyer – the 2013 eclipse as seen from the deck of a four-masted sailing ship racing across the Atlantic. Totality was 42 seconds long and I was on a quickly moving (and rocking) surface.Photo and caption by Tyler NordgrenEditor's note: We originally ran this story in conjunction with the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. We've updated and republished it ahead of the solar eclipse of April 8,
Researchers have used reprogrammed CAR T cells, usually used as a cancer treatment, to target the senescent cells that contribute to aging and later-life diseases. After one treatment, old mice showed improved metabolism and exercise tolerance, while young ones aged slower and were protected from age-related diseases like obesity and diabetes for life.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTag
Researchers have mapped where and how strongly we experience different kinds of love, covering everything from romantic love to love for strangers. The findings shed light on how context affects subjective feelings and adds to existing research on the human experience of emotions.Continue ReadingCategory: Health & Wellbeing, LifestyleTags: Emotions, Human, Maps, Aalto University is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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