The Drone Racing League has a $100,000 pot for this year’s winner.
Rich people are going to find it easier to adapt to automation.
As software-based weapons and information systems start to touch all phases of conflict, military leaders are grappling with a new set of challenges.
Half of the country’s mobile phone users will access the WeChat app in 2017.
US scientists have amassed “planetary-scale” data from people’s smartphones to see how active we really are.
More than 15 million root canals are conducted every year in the United States, but that number could soon start to drop. Dental researchers at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon have developed a new method of engineering artificial blood vessels in teeth, as explained in a new study that could potentially revolutionize the dental industry.
Published in the journal Scientific Reports this month, the groundbreaking OHSU technique could provide an effective alternative to root canals by using a 3D printing-inspired approach. Continue Reading »
Small sensors or drug delivery devices could reside in the GI tract indefinitely
The government of France announced plans to end the sale of gasoline and diesel vehicles by 2040, with ecology minister Nicolas Hulot unveiling a wide range of targets and initiatives timed to coincide with the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, last week. The announcement was made as a part of the country’s renewed commitment to the goals of the Paris Climate Accords, which were reaffirmed by 19 of the 20 countries gathered at the summit last week.
A new survey finds that 33% of millennials have used Venmo, the payments app owned by PayPal that’s popular with the demographic, to buy illicit drugs.