Construction of practical quantum computers radically simplified

Quantum computers could solve certain problems - that would take the fastest supercomputer millions of years to calculate - in just a few milliseconds.

Binge-eating bacteria extract energy from sewage

Domestic sewage contains various organic substances, mainly from toilets and kitchens.

Edible dormice: The older they get, the more they rejuvenate their cells

The shortening of telomeres in cells was thought to be an important biomarker for lifespan and aging.

Finland plans to phase out coal by 2030 (Update)

In a move to cut greenhouse gas emissions, Finland on Thursday announced plans to phase out coal within 14 years, cut oil imports by half and substantially increase the number of electric cars on the roads—partly to meet targets set by the European Union.

Google DeepMind could invent the next generation of AI by playing Starcraft 2

The announcement at BlizzCon 2016 that met with the most muted response was arguably the most revolutionary.

Homes storing CO2, just like trees

Domestic efforts play an important role in curbing global warming.

ELIXIR OF YOUTH: Scientists crack SUSPENDED ANIMATION and can now end growing old

A team of scientists from the University of California, San Francisco have delepolped a drug which puts cell growth and activity on hold.

Google Ships are here – Is Google building a navy?

It seems Google is expanding its footprint in the transportation industry, with a novel ship propelling system.

Scotland could trial giving each citizen a universal basic income

Scotland could roll out a universal basic income pilot after a trial won huge backing from anti-poverty campaigners. 

Self-driving mobility scooter is shown in Singapore

(Tech Xplore)—Singapore has been noticed as one of the places in the world showing keen interest in our future with self driving vehicles.

Tony Wyss-Coray, “Young Blood for Old Brains”

Every culture and civilization had its dreams about eternal youth, but what if there was something to it?

Arctic ice melt could trigger uncontrollable climate change at global level

Arctic scientists have warned that the increasingly rapid melting of the ice cap risks triggering 19 “tipping points” in the region that could have catastrophic consequences around the globe.

These Devices Will Eat the Smog Trump Stokes With His Coal Boom

An innocuous metal cylinder in a garden at the foot of the Italian Alps, quietly snacking on air pollution, may be part of the answer to President-elect Donald Trump’s ambition to stimulate coal burning.

Go master Cho wins best-of-three series against Japan-made AI | The Japan Times

Go master Cho Chikun triumphed Wednesday in his final game against DeepZenGo, a Japanese artificial intelligence system, to win the three-game series 2-1.

Brain stimulation guides people through an invisible maze

You’re stuck in a maze.

USAID Announces $75 Million Loan Guarantee For Off-Grid Solar In India

In yet another boost for the small-scale solar power market in India, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced financial support in partnership with an Indian bank.

Buckingham Palace Might Go Solar In £369 Million Refit

A potential £369 million refit of Buckingham Palace, one of the world’s most iconic buildings, could see the inclusion of numerous solar panels in an attempt to make what has been dubbed the UK’s least energy efficient home a little greener.

Artificial Intelligence And The Future | Demis Hassabis – DeepMind Founder

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