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While titanium implants such as artificial hips can greatly improve patients' lives, they're also subject to serious bacterial infections. An experimental new antibacterial titanium alloy, however, could make such problems a thing of the past.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Washington State University, Implant, Titanium, Alloy, Antibacterial
The earliest base for a Southeast Asian curry has been identified on a sandstone slab excavated from the Óc Eo site in Vietnam.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Australian National University, Vietnam, Culture, Fossils, Archeology
Jony Ive designs limited edition turntable for linn   Following his departure from Apple in late 2019, Jonathan Ive started a new venture called LoveFrom with his close friend Marc Newson. While the details of his work remained unknown, an unexpected announcement unveiled his first project; a turntable manufactured by the renowned Scottish audio brand […] The post jony ive, ex apple ch
Yamaha is marking the 30th anniversary of the first bicycle to offer riders assistance from a battery powered electric motor with the launch of a limited special edition of the premium YDX-Moro 07 eMTB.Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: ebikes, Pedal-assisted, Mountain Bikes, Yamaha
Eddie Van Halen was more than just a keyboard player. He was also pretty good at guitar, and throughout his long career, he proved himself an extraordinary technical innovator. Frequently, these innovations were extremely violent. He'd attack a guitar with a chisel to try fitting a new pickup or moving one around, or lay into it with a chainsaw to make it look like a shark.Continue ReadingCategor
Researchers have developed a highly efficient new gene-editing method that uses virus-based protein fragments. The method could be used to level up existing cell and gene therapies used to treat cancer and other diseases.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: CRISPR, Genetic engineering, peptide, gene therapy, University of Pennsylvania
iMore's Rene Ritchie joins the show! Apple dropped AirPods Pro last week, a higher-end version of the best-selling headphones in the world. We tell you all about what's new, along with our thoughts on if Apple has another hit on its hands. We also talk about the heavily-rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro that many expected to be released in October, the expectation of privacy when
This week we talk about the newly-announced Tesla Cybertruck, Tesla’s take on what a modern (if not futuristic) pickup truck should be, along with thoughts on riding inside the vehicle. Joining us for that segment is Tesla expert Ben Sullins from Teslanomics. Ben and Jon were on-hand at the Cybertruck reveal event, while Andru watched from home, left out from the annals of history. We also
When deaf athletes with cochlear implants take part in sports like rugby, they have to wear headgear that protects the external parts of their implant. A new wearable serves that same purpose, while reportedly allowing users to hear the sounds around them much better.Continue ReadingCategory: Sports, LifestyleTags: Wearable, Deaf, Helmets, Hearing, Protection, Cochlear, Implant
By removing certain amino acids from the diets fed to rodents suffering from a deadly form of brain cancer known as glioblastoma, researchers found that destructive cells began dying through a process called ferroptosis. What's more, the mice that were put on the restrictive diets were also more receptive to drugs that triggered the same type of cancer cell death, making the findings a potential 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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