Ugh, i don’t even understand half of the article. But it says they use gene manipulated viruses to fight cancer cells effectively, instead of nanobots. Of course it’s good to have more options.
Raw material cost is 100x cheaper than that of Blu-ray.
This could be the backup media.
Nanotubes in Pb batteries, on anode and cathode.
They claim 2.5x Li-Ion energy density. 5 minutes charging time. I want my Tesla roadster now.
so our wonderboy is capable of much more, it emits light. being cheap and organic, its pretty green too. and to think i was dreaming to use LEDs to light my ceiling…
it says 1 atom thick! that’s not thick at all. and 100GHz in lab with 240nm gates are dazzling numbers (for today). so better chips are being worked on for my brain implant…
so once again the world is (to be) a better place, thanks to lasers.
i wonder if it can be deployed in streetlamps to replace all the RF phone networks :D.
super cool nanocoating, from glass, which is breathable on top of that! makes the teflon sound like stone age, not to mention lacquer.
sure it won’t lessen the momentum, but i’m sure it has a great potential in reducing damages/injuries caused by deformations in canvas during the collision.
robot sceintist, that’s where AI studies should be targeted. AUTOMATION!
we’re not so far away from the ghost in the shell
wonder why the mutations don’t ever make spiderman or alike.