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Professor Henry Markram, a doctor-turned-computer engineer, announced that his team would create the world's first artificial conscious and intelligent mind by 2018.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)The-real-Frankenstein-experi…

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A group of scientists from Yale University has succeeded in creating the first transistor made from a single molecule.The team showed that a benzene molecule attached to gold contacts could behave just like a silicon transistor.

Link: www.techradar.com/(…)scientists-create-world-s-firs…

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Japanese researchers have produced a new species of goldfish with see-through skin. You can see the fish's beating heart, brain, and other internal organs, right through its invisible scales.

Link: www.treehugger.com/(…)japanese-scientiests-create-s…

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A proposal that will make it easier for foreign entrepreneurs in the US to start the next Google or Yahoo will be debated in the new year.

Link: news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8417510.stm

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Lee Smolin is author of "the fecund universes theory" of cosmology which suggests that the rules of biology apply on the grandest scales, and is often referred to as "cosmological natural selection". The theory surmises that a collapsing black hole causes the emergence of a new universe on the "other side".

Link: www.dailygalaxy.com/(…)are-black-holes-creating-new…

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Researchers have unveiled super-small solar cells no bigger than the pieces of glitter on your holiday ornaments and cards. These highly efficient photovoltaics could be game-changers in the burgeoning field of solar power, allowing arrays of microcells to be placed on bendable or curved surfaces and even woven into clothing.

Link: www.livescience.com/(…)091228-glitter-solar-cells.h…

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We're going to show you how to turn that old Intel Mac you’ve got lying around into a server that can duplicate many of Snow Leopard Server's features without shelling out a penny.

Link: www.maclife.com/(…)turn_your_mac_server_cheap…

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A group of scientists has succeeded in creating the first transistor made from a single molecule. The team, which includes researchers from Yale University and the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea, published their findings in the December 24 issue of the journal Nature.

Link: www.physorg.com/news180785053.html

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No one has been able to effectively string together two nanotube transistors, let alone the thousands needed for a chip. Until now: researchers at Stanford University have built the first nanotube three-dimensional circuits with five to ten nanotubes per micrometer.

Link: www.technologyreview.com/computing/24236/

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As reports continue to state Google will sell a custom built phone very soon, a new rumor suggests the search company will also release its own branded netbook PC when Chrome OS debuts in late 2010.

Link: www.appleinsider.com/(…)beyond_nexus_one_google_rum…

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With its complete lack of atoms, a vacuum is often considered to be the best known insulator. For this reason, vacuums are regularly used to reduce heat transfer, such as in the lining of a thermos to keep beverages hot or cold. However, in a recent study scientists have found a material ...

Link: www.physorg.com/news179672831.html#top

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Taking advantage of ink's natural tendency to create "coffee rings," a group of Israeli scientists has developed a type of ink jet dye that could one day create a range of power-hungry, and power-producing, devices at home.

Link: www.msnbc.msn.com/(…)technology_and_science-innovat…

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Scientists have created the world's smallest 'snowman', measuring about a fifth of the width of a human hair.

Link: www.telegraph.co.uk/(…)Scientists-create-the-worlds…

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Scientists in the Netherlands have created pig in a test tube. Debate has already started on whether it will save the world. If it feels and tastes like meat, people will buy it."  Professor Mark Post and his colleagues predict that within five years, sausages and other pig products made from laboratory meat could be on the market.

Link: www.sphere.com/(…)scientists-create-lab-grown-pork-…

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From piece: As 50 giant oil tankers lurk off the British coast, we reveal an even more scandalous threat to the global environment...16 of the world’s largest ships can produce as much lung-clogging sulphur pollution as all the world’s cars.

Link: www.dailymail.co.uk/(…)How-16-ships-create-pollutio…

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Tens of thousands of people are killed or injured by landmines every year. But an unexpected solution may be on the way--scientists have developed a special kind of bacteria that actually begins to glow in the presence of landmines.

Link: www.treehugger.com/(…)scientists-create-bacteria-gl…

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Instead of drawing graffiti on the walls, a New York street artist Ellis Gallagher decided to use the shadows that lamp posts are making to create street art. Gallagher is only using chalk and stone sediment to outline the shadows into stencils looking like figures or just simple art. This kind of street art is very neat and impressive to come...

Link: www.thisblogrules.com/(…)using-shadows-to-create-st…

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At the first ever Random Hacks of Kindness event developers work on technology tools emergency relief workers can use in disasters.

Link: news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-10398073-245.html…

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Next time you compliment a woman at a party that’s she glowing, it may literally be so. Two London-based designers have created a dress embroidered with 24,000 full color LEDs .

Link: www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/11/led-dress/

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