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Sep 21

Cooling of Dialysis Fluids Protects Against Brain Damage -

neurosciencestuff:

While dialysis can cause blood pressure changes that damage the brain, cooling dialysis fluids can protect against such effects. The findings come from a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN). The cooling intervention can be delivered…

(Source: newswise.com)

Sep 19

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15 Coolest Bikes in the World

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15 Coolest Bikes in the World

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George Orwell’s Brilliant Guide to Writing Well
The best writing advice you’ll ever read. Period. 

thenewrepublic:

George Orwell’s Brilliant Guide to Writing Well

The best writing advice you’ll ever read. Period. 


A Unique Fingertip Sensor Helps Robots Touch The World Around Them John Biggs, techcrunch.com
Robots need love, too. That’s why MIT researchers have added a touch-force sensor to the robotic Baxter, allowing him to register gentle caresses, tender hand-holding, and the sense the he is loved and in love. Okay, not really. But now Baxter, a…

A Unique Fingertip Sensor Helps Robots Touch The World Around Them
John Biggs, techcrunch.com

Robots need love, too. That’s why MIT researchers have added a touch-force sensor to the robotic Baxter, allowing him to register gentle caresses, tender hand-holding, and the sense the he is loved and in love. Okay, not really. But now Baxter, a…

(Source: smarterplanet)

Aug 16

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Aug 11

Verizon FiOS customer posts video that proves they throttle Netflix

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imageIt’s been an ongoing debate for months, with each side pointing the finger at the other side. The issue? Verizon customers watching Netflix with slow playback speeds. The crux of the issue is that when streaming Netflix using Verizon, the speeds seem to be slower than normal causing buffering and a poor viewing experience.

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Aug 10


IBM’s new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power Joseph Volpe, engadget.com
A lot has changed in the three years since IBM first unveiled a prototype of its human brain-inspired SyNAPSE (Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics) chip. That single-core prototype has now been significantly scaled up,…

IBM’s new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power
Joseph Volpe, engadget.com

A lot has changed in the three years since IBM first unveiled a prototype of its human brain-inspired SyNAPSE (Systems of Neuromorphic Adaptive Plastic Scalable Electronics) chip. That single-core prototype has now been significantly scaled up,…

(Source: smarterplanet, via futurescope)

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