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Mar 16, 2022

Scientist May Have Found The Secret To Letting Humans BREATHE In Space With Genius Science Trick

Posted by in categories: science, space travel, sustainability

Bacteria might be the solution to all of our space breathing issues. According to Mashable, scientists may use cyanobacteria to figure out how humans might quickly acquire oxygen in space.

Cyanobacteria convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. Cyanobacteria are found in extremely difficult settings on Earth, thus it is predicted that they would be able to live on Mars.

Some scientists have proposed transporting the bacterium to Mars to test whether it can produce oxygen for future people who could end up there. Experiments have previously demonstrated that cyanobacteria can flourish in a Martian environment.

Mar 15, 2022

10 Examples Of Real Science In Star Trek

Posted by in categories: science, space

The writers of Star Trek went above and beyond to make the universe as realistic as possible.

Mar 11, 2022

New in Science: By combining thousands of modern and ancient genomes

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, science

researchers have constructed the largest human genealogy to date, providing insight into key events in human history together with their timings and geographical locations.

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Mar 11, 2022

This Is the Science of Pleasure

Posted by in categories: futurism, science

From the brilliant, horny minds at Futurism and MEL Magazine come stories from the future of hedonism: This is The Science of Pleasure.

Mar 7, 2022

Science competitions can help to catapult your science into the real world

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, science

The XPrize and other competitions are helping to advance science and technological innovation.

Over the years, we have had alumni go on to become successful academic scientists, company managers and entrepreneurs. The networks that the participants create with each other during the competition are useful to tap into throughout their careers. Recently, I also learnt that a winning team from 2020 decided to create a bioelectronics start-up, INIA Biosciences, that aims to use ultrasound to interact with the immune system to relieve chronic inflammatory diseases.

More companies and foundations are seeing the advantages of science competitions and are organizing innovation challenges. The organizers benefit from recruiting talented people, gaining fresh ideas and promoting an image of innovativeness. The participants are rewarded with training, network building and prize money. In addition to the Innovation Cup, we also organize events such as the €1 million Future Insight Prize, which is given out annually to honour and enable scientists solving key challenges of humanity.

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Feb 25, 2022

Neuramatrix — How China may soon surpass the US in Brain Science

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI, science

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Neura Pod is a series covering topics related to Neuralink, Inc. Topics such as brain-machine interfaces, brain injuries, and artificial intelligence will be explored. Host Ryan Tanaka synthesizes informationopinions, and conducts interviews to easily learn about Neuralink and its future.

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Feb 25, 2022

Russia official warns of “uncontrolled deorbit” of ISS, a beacon of international space science

Posted by in categories: science, space

Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russian space agency Roscosmos, issued a stark warning.

The future of the ISS has come into question amid conflict in Ukraine. Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Roscosmos, has warned that blocking cooperation could have catastrophic consequences.

Feb 17, 2022

Can data science make your team win? Some teams prove so

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Strategies built by data definitely work.

The overall strength of a professional sports team is measured with one straightforward metric: wins. However, winning one game, let alone a championship, is extremely difficult in professional sports leagues. As the popularity of sports has grown worldwide over the last century, so has the level of competition in professional sports leagues and what it takes to win. Athletes today are bigger, faster, stronger, and more skilled than their counterparts from previous generations. Professional sports organizations need to look for any advantage to help put their teams in the best position to win. More and more pro sports organizations have turned to data science in search of competitive advantages in recent years. One sports team that has consistently used data science as part of its recipe for success is the English football club Liverpool FC. Although all professional football teams feature an analytics department, Liverpool is unique in its approach.

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Feb 15, 2022

Dr Joel Mozer, PhD — United States Space Force — Director of Science, Technology, and Research

Posted by in categories: engineering, finance, government, military, policy, satellites, science

The Future Of Space Tech & Innovation — Dr. Joel Mozer Ph.D., Director of Science, Technology & Research, United States Space Force.

Dr. Joel Mozer is the Director of Science, Technology, and Research, United States Space Force (

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Feb 10, 2022

The Science of Aliens, Part 10: Will an Alien Biosphere be Toxic?

Posted by in categories: biological, science

An alien biosphere may be harmful to us in many ways, thus adequate planetary protections measures are essential.

Probably — that’s why planetary protection guidelines need to be enforced.

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