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https://www.technocracy.news, By: Kristen V. Brown

And away we go… Moths with a genetically modified kill switch to be released into the wild. The words 'likely' and 'unlikely' are used repeatedly to justify the release: 'unlikely to impact the environment or humans' and 'likely kille

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sciencealert.com by PETER DOCKRILL

For the first time, scientists have revealed the chemical structure of one of the key markers of Alzheimer's disease, capturing high-resolution images of the abnormal tau protein deposits suspected to be behind Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative

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nextbigfuture.com Author: brian wang

Instead of relying on silicon-based devices, a new 3D chip uses carbon nanotubes, which are sheets of 2-D graphene formed into nanocylinders, and resistive random-access memory (RRAM) cells, a type of nonvolatile memory that operates by changing the

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https://www.nextbigfuture.com, brian wang

IBM scientists have made carbon nanotube transistors smaller and faster silicon transistors. Carbon nanotube transistors have long had the potential to be better than silicon, but this is the first time when that promise has been realized.

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