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So far, HIV has eluded a cure because it installs its genome into human DNA so insidiously that it's impossible for our immune system...

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There is a lot going on in the field of quantum physics and quantum technology these days. Dutch scientists have now joined the fray by successfully teleporting information over a distance of 10 feet, exploiting a phenomenon called ‘quantum entanglement.’
Details - http://ttj.pw/1oQMNFx

#Quantum, #Quantum-Computing, #Quantum-Physics, #Teleport #Science

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One step down, two to go. Big thanks to the city for bringing Charlotte one step closer to Google Fiber.
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3D Printed Cast #WearableWednesday
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“3D-printed cast uses ultrasound to speed healing” on CNET:

A stylish-looking 3D-printed cast for broken bones uses an ultrasonic pulse generator to help stimulate the growth of new bone.

The wonderful thing about new ideas is that they are often spun off into combinations with other ideas into something excitingly different. Take the Cortex 3D-printed cast, designed by Jake Evill. Strong, lightweight and stylish, each cast could be custom-fit to the wearer and allowed the skin to breathe.

The Osteoid cast by designer Deniz Karasahin — winner of a prestigious A’ Design Award — takes the same basic idea of a custom-built 3D-printed cast and refines it. As well as having a snap-together design that can easily be removed, the cast is well ventilated, minimising smell and itching, and waterproof, meaning the patient would not have to worry about getting it wet.

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This artist lays old paintings over Google Street View photos to create a series of perspective-bending composite images of old and new London:

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