'Future Tech' Archive

Religious Delusion Hampers Nanotechnology

February 16th, 2008 / Future Tech, Newswire, Religion, Science, Society / 9 comments

Addressing scientists Feb. 15, 2008 at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Dietram Scheufele, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor of life sciences communication, presented ...

The Dopler Effect

August 24th, 2007 / Future Tech, Newswire, Science, Television / 2 comments

[UPDATED 08.24.07 -- Now that I've finished the series] Well, first an apology for what was a very hasty post. This is positively the last time I will review a series ...

Computers taught to sort opinion from fact

September 26th, 2006 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Computers taught to sort opinion from fact

WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (UPI) -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is funding a research project designed to teach computers to scan text and then sort opinion from fact.

Welcome to Tesla Motors

July 19th, 2006 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Welcome to Tesla Motors

Welcome to Tesla Motors Yowsa! Electric Sports Car!

Maybe We Should Leave That Up to the Computer - New York Times

July 18th, 2006 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Maybe We Should Leave That Up to the Computer - New York Times

Maybe We Should Leave That Up to the Computer - New York Times People's lack of objectivity is their fatal flaw.

Wired News: Bots Upstage Puny Humans at Show

June 20th, 2006 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Wired News: Bots Upstage Puny Humans at Show

Wired News: Bots Upstage Puny Humans at Show

U.S. Life Expectancy Hits All-Time High

December 8th, 2005 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on U.S. Life Expectancy Hits All-Time High

U.S. Life Expectancy Hits All-Time High

Carbon copy canine reignites ethical debate over human cloning - Yahoo! News

August 5th, 2005 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Carbon copy canine reignites ethical debate over human cloning - Yahoo! News

SEOUL (AFP) - The world's first cloning of a dog has raised concerns that scientists are one step closer to replicating human beings, despite the breakthrough pointing to treatments for ...

Redesign Is Seen for Next Craft, NASA Aides Say - New York Times

August 2nd, 2005 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Redesign Is Seen for Next Craft, NASA Aides Say - New York Times

For its next generation of space vehicles, NASA has decided to abandon the design principles that went into the aging space shuttle, agency officials and private experts say. ...

Computer scientists to copy brain of a mammal

July 26th, 2005 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on Computer scientists to copy brain of a mammal

IBM and Switzerland's Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) have teamed up to create the most ambitious project in the field of neuroscience: to simulate a mammalian brain on the ...

'The Island' poses question: Do you want a clone?

July 25th, 2005 / Future Tech, Newswire / Comments Off on 'The Island' poses question: Do you want a clone?

NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Armageddon" director Michael Bay likes big bangs, fast chases and fancy gadgets but his latest movie "The Island" takes a new turn, addressing the pressing political ...