Source: University of Colorado at Boulder Summary: A new material can transform into complex, pre-programmed shapes via light and temperature stimuli.
In a series of mind-bending demos, inventor Mary Lou Jepsen shows how we can use red light to see and potentially stimulate what's inside our bodies and brains. Taking us to the edge of optical physics, Jepsen unveils new technologies that utilize li
Electrons that behave like light are Dirac electrons. Dirac electrons have been in monolayer graphene and now they are seen in twelve-sided graphene quasicrystal.
Revolutions is our new series that brings together a hand-picked selection of recent articles canvassing cutting-edge insights into major scientific advances. This first rundown brings you up to date with the ground-breaking science surrounding our g
University of Waterloo Chemists are the first to achieve four-electron conversion, which doubles the electron storage of lithium-oxygen, also known as lithium-air, batteries.
Singularity University Co-Founder Peter Diamandis takes the audience on a breathtaking view of the future, showing how we can all help to create a world of abundance.
While the world is in crisis, there is a man who thinks the future is as bright as it can be. Peter Diamandis, author of the book Abundance and co-founder of Singularity University, sees how technology can soon provide all basic needs such as energy,
Video clip shows a mid-1960s imagining of what technology would be like in the year 1999.
Obesity and weight gain have long been associated with bad or irregular sleep, and the most common hypothesis explaining this correlation was that chronic sleep deprivation tends to lead to inconsistent eating patterns and greater overall caloric int
What you may not have realized, however, is that many "sci-fi" technologies already exist in some form or are being developed.
Richard Browning spoke at SU Global Summit 2018 and demoed the Gravity Jetpack twice this week in the SF bay area.
After a company in Wisconsin fitted each of their employees a microchip and claimed they absolutely loved it, many people were adamant that nope, no way, they'd never get chipped like a dog. Some people claimed religious objections (mark of the Bea
As the rollout of the nationwide 5G cell network moves forward, many concerned scientists and public health experts are raising the alarm about the potential harms of bathing the environment in high frequency electromagnetic energy. This new technolo
The perfect storm is currently taking place. From Fukushima to chemtrails, the globalists are hitting the people with every deadly geoengineering plot known to man. Chemtrails are responsible for an 18% reduction in sunlight reaching the earth. This
Forty billion Internet Of Things devices will cost at least $1.5 trillion by 2023, and that doesn't include the cost of implementing 5G wireless technology to 'light it up.' This BI report is a premium offering, but it gives the reader an idea
Nantero is developing next-generation memory using carbon nanotubes. NRAM's has DRAM-like speed, nonvolatility and low cost.
For blood transfusions to be safe, the donor and patient blood types must match.
These horny buggers are actually here to help us fight the spread of disease
"The real estate left over for the skeptics of quantum mechanics has shrunk considerably."
There has been directly observed definitive evidence of water ice on the Moon's surface.
Daniel Kraft, Faculty Chair for Medicine and Neuroscience for Singularity University and Founder and Chair of Exponential Medicine, gave a very information dense talk on Exponential medicine. There were perhaps a hundred slides in 20 minutes.
Neuroscience is racing ahead of people's ability to comprehend what it is doing to them. Your simple pictures that exist everywhere these days can produce an emotional profile that can then be manipulated in order to change your mind on an issue. W
Elon Musk discusses what is easy and hard for robotic assembly. People are better wiring harnesses and dealing with floppy and unusual shapes.
The Singularity University Global Summit 2018 is on today through Wednesday at the San Francisco Hilton at Union Square.
Quasi?Solid?State Single?Atom Transistors are 10,000 times smaller than conventional silicon transistors
One entrepreneur to another, Arianna Huffington has some advice for Elon Musk. But he's not buying it.
The US army has announced a new proposal for what really looks like a program to develop supersoldiers and wonder-dogs capable of fast healing, optimized physiological and mental performance, withstanding extreme environments, and wearing high-tech b
The University of Michigan has a made a breakthrough towards a ceramic, solid-state electrolyte which could enable lithium-ion batteries with twice the energy performance.
UC Berkeley chemists have proved that three carbon structures recently created by scientists in South Korea and Japan are in fact the long-sought schwarzites, which researchers predict will have unique electrical and storage properties like those now
Researchers claim sound waves do carry mass – gravitational mass. This implies that a sound wave not only is affected by gravity but also generates a tiny gravitational field. Our findings are valid for non-relativistic media as well, and could hav