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First Ever Quadriplegic Treated With Stem Cells Regains Motor Control in His Upper Body

On March 6, just shy of his 21st birthday, Kristopher (Kris) Boesen of Bakersfield suffered a traumatic injury to his cervical spine when his car fishtailed on a wet road, hit a tree, and slammed into a telephone pole. http://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/first-ever-quadriplegic-treated-stem-cells-regains-motor-control-upper-body/

Why piracy is so high…

We have seen a significant drop in piracy of music as systems have become more open, prices have shift to pay for use and that songs are available globally at the same time. Movies and software still have not figured this out yet… http://www.neowin.net/news/its-cheaper-to-fly-to-the-usa-than-buy-adobe-cs6-in-australia

Smart Grid: Smart Grid 101

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The average consumer does not see the dramatic changes that are happening behind the scenes in the SmartGrid rollout. From complex SCADA systems that are generating the data that helps in real time optimize the system and balance the load and generation requirements. Some of these major changes are: Distributed generation, including renewables and community-level…

Tiny, Battery-Free Tracking Device Distress Beacon

Researchers made an accidental discovery that has revolutionize tracking devices – Think, Cheap, Powerful radio pulse emitters, that need no battery. The research were working on something unrelated to this, when they detected a powerful radio pulse coming from a bag of junk circuit boards and components, every time the bag was moved. The source of the…

Researchers have discovered new antibiotic that kills deadly anthrax and MRSA

MRSA is a growing issue world wide. Having a new antibiotic that tackles MRSA and Anthrax is great but maybe attacking the problem rather than the symptom would be a better idea. Hospitals are dangerous places and should be avoid at all costs!  Prof William Fenical with colleagues from the University of California San Diego’s…


It is becoming cool to not be seen…

Fast-forward a few months. Flying surveillance cameras, also known as drones, are increasingly in the news. So are advances in facial-recognition technology. And wearable devices likeGoogle Glass — which can be used to take photographs and videos and upload them to the Internet within seconds — are adding to the fervor. Then there are the disclosures of Edward Snowden, the fugitive former government contractor, about clandestine government surveillance.

Stealth Wear Aims to Make a Tech Statement – NYTimes.com.

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