Did you hear about the secret meeting earlier this month at Harvard Medical School? The one where scientists schemed to create a parentless human being from scratch?
Swiss multinational bank, Credit Suisse, will collaborate with data analysis firm, Palantir, to launch a trader surveillance program.
It sounds more like a question posed in an episode of “Star Trek” than in academic discourse, but sometimes the bleeding edge of science blurs with themes found in science fiction.
Antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” are on track to kill more people than cancer, the UK’s chief financial minister will warn Thursday.
When asked to name a poison, people may well think of cyanide, arsenic or strychnine. But these are not the most toxic substances known.
These brain scans were done back in 2014. Since that time, Carhart-Harris and his colleagues have been pouring over this unprecedented trove of data.
Two schools of economic thinking have for many years been engaged in a debate about the potential effects of automation on jobs, employment and human activity
The principle goal of the Alchemists was (and is) the production of the lapis philosophorum; the philosopher’s stone or stone of the wise.
A 17th century manuscript written by Sir Isaac Newton was purchased at a Bonhams auction in Pasadena, California by the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF), after spending decades locked away in a private collection.
Panel discussion challenges the rhetoric that national security requires that governments can access individual communications.
Provigil was initially created to treat narcolepsy and other sleep disorders like sleep apnea, and shift-work sleep disorder, but off-label use has skyrocketed by about 74 percent in recent years,
The FBI wants to classify its new “alternate” method of unlocking the suspected San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, keeping it secret even from Apple itself, according to new reporting.
So let’s get back to electromagnetivity, shall we? In researching what is happening in the world, I came across the Naval Communication Station Harold E. Holt in Exmouth, Australia
(Originally posted at Gods & Radicals) In my article from two weeks ago I discussed how the internet is threatening the supremacy of corporate media, particularly broadcast media, along with how this is…
Today, we can kiss reality goodbye. Stanford, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and Max Planck Institute for Informatics unveiled their latest project and it’s very scary.
In this video Luke Rudkowski documents the biggest legal change in privacy law that will have a profound affect on the American way of life.
Our modern world is based on semiconductors. In addition to your computer, cellphones and digital cameras, semiconductors are a critical component of a growing number of devices.