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  • Tech News Review Week 23-29 March 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Biotech   Instant 'Vaccine-in-a-Box' is DARPA's Solution to A Future Viral Outbreak - The Debrief https://thedebrief.org/instant-vaccine-in-a-box-is-darpas-solution-to-a-future-viral-outbreak/ This is a “rapid, mobile medical manufacturing platform for producing, formulating, and packaging DNA and/or RNA-based vaccines and therapeutics for use in stabilization and humanitarian operations, and to better prepare deployed, field-forward forces against bio-threat attacks and emerging infectious…

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  • Tech News Review Week 15 - 22 March 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Biotech Researcher finds a better way to tap into the brain https://news.miami.edu/stories/2021/03/researcher-finds-a-better-way-to-tap-into-the-brain.html There could be important applications of this technology in drug delivery for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, the computer-brain interconnection, even mimicking the brain for novel computing and AI architectures.   ‘Stem cells in hyperdrive’: Monash University researchers’ breakthrough in the hunt for…

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  • Tech News Review Week 10 - 17 March 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Biotech Putting a protein into overdrive to heal spinal cord injuries | EurekAlert! Science News https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-03/usmc-pap030221.php "The field of spinal cord injury has extensively explored trying to heal the damage with stem cells that produce new neurons; whereas, in this approach, the body can make its own new neurons, rebuilding from within.   Discovery identifies…

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  • Tech News Review Week 1-9 March 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Biotech Scientists use human cerebral organoid to test drug for deadly brain disease https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-03-scientists-human-cerebral-organoid-drug.html The organoid model will be upgraded for screening of larger numbers of novel drug candidates and could one day beat Mad Cow disease (CJD) along with other neurodegenerative diseases.   Detecting hidden circulating tumor cells in non-small cell lung cancer patients…

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  • Tech News Review Week 23 February – 1 March 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Energy Scientists use supercomputers to study reliable fusion reactor design, operation https://phys.org/news/2021-02-scientists-supercomputers-reliable-fusion-reactor.html The technical challenges of Nuclear Fusion can be overcome only through international collaboration and machine learning backed by supercomputing power. When accomplished, it will be one of the highest achievements of humankind.   Biotech Paralyzed Man Walks More Than 100 Miles in Powered…

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  • Tech News Review Week 15-22 February 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Biotech   Scientists establish freaky two-way communications with lucid dreamers https://newatlas.com/science/lucid-dream-communication/ This can establish two-way communications with people in the bizzare, hallucinatory state of lucid dreaming, making real-time "interactive dreaming" research possible. Until now, only fragmented, fading scraps of memory people had once they've woken up were accessible, of course.   New plant-based plastics can…

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  • Tech News Review Week 25 January-1 February 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Robotics We’re teaching robots to evolve autonomously – so they can adapt to life alone on distant planets https://theconversation.com/were-teaching-robots-to-evolve-autonomously-so-they-can-adapt-to-life-alone-on-distant-planets-153159 A “RoboFab” to fully automate manufacturing where a robotic arm attaches wires, sensors and other “organs” chosen by evolution to the robot’s 3D-printed chassis with a toolbox of robot limbs and organs, could be a useful…

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  • Tech News Review Week 9-14 January 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Energy New nanostructured alloy for anode is a big step toward revolutionizing energy storage https://phys.org/news/2021-01-nanostructured-alloy-anode-big-revolutionizing.html Battery related breakthroughs are necessary as global energy needs are increasing, but the development of next-generation electrochemical energy storage systems with high energy density and acceptable cycling life are problematic.   Biotech Rare quadruple-helix DNA found in living human cells…

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  • Tech News Review Week 11-18 January 2021, by Stelios Iordanis

    Energy Scientists Invent Device to Generate Electricity From Rain https://futurism.com/the-byte/generate-electricity-rain This may be a proof of concept, however, it could become a mainstream green energy source if sufficiently optimized and scaled.   Scientists Found a Way to Make Synthetic Gasoline Out of Thin Air https://www.thedrive.com/news/38707/scientists-found-a-way-to-make-synthetic-gasoline-out-of-thin-air Internal combustion engines could become green with this Synthetic Gasoline…

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  • Legal Tech News Review Week 14 December-31 December 2020, by Eleni Kozari

    Statement on the end of the Brexit transition period by EDPB On 15th December, 2020 the European Data Protection Board adopted a Statement regarding cross-border data transfers once the Brexit transition period comes to an end. From 1 January 2021, the GDPR will not be applicable in the UK and a separate legal framework on…

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