[dropcap]G[/dropcap]oogle presented a mathematics heavy paper in February that studied a new way of ordering searches to improve their accuracy via an endogenous method that favours facts and reflects this in its search order. The paper is titled Knowledge Based Trust: Estimating the Trustworthiness … [Read more...] about The Knowledge vault project: Googles project to Empiricise the Internet.
A team of scientists the from the Malaghan Institute of Medical Research in New Zealand have found that mitochondrial DNA can and does shift from tumours allowing the cancer to metastasis and spread through out the body. DNA was found to be shifting between tumour cells and healthy cells allowing … [Read more...] about The secret rail road for DNA found.
In recent years worry has been mounting that the range of effective antibiotics was rapidly decreasing in the face of this 'resistance' creating strands of super-bugs. MRSA is a diverse number of strains of Staphylococcus aureus, which have developed, through the process of natural selection, … [Read more...] about Kryptonite for the Superbugs – Antibiotic Resistance
This breakdown of science breakthroughs in 2014 shows how convergence science is catapulting renewable energy ahead of the curve in the energy market - as well as realising the potential of renewable technology, alongside automation and biotechnology, driving the next great wave of disruptive … [Read more...] about Creative destruction and disruptive technology: A roll call of breakthroughs which are driving Renewable Technology to sector dominance in 2014.
Ebola has already claimed nearly 5,000 lives in West Africa. With a fatality rate of up to 90%, Ebola is a very dangerous illness. Learn about the history of this disease and its symptoms. [sociallocker id="1624"][/sociallocker] Courtesy of: Infographic World … [Read more...] about Ebola: Understanding the Disease. An Infographic.
A global discussion of the divisive as well as uniting qualities of the IOT is vital for a balanced view of the implications of this world spanning technology. My own view is inclined to the optimistic, but my nerdy passion for history insists that as promising as the IOT is, shit can also really go … [Read more...] about Stage Two of The Internet: The Internet of Things