Webb Has Arrived Successfully at L2

Universe Today - Report by Nancy Atkinson It’s really happening. The James Webb Space Telescope has successfully reached its orbital destination in...

Microbially produced fibers: stronger than steel, tougher than Kevlar

Spider silk is said to be one of the strongest, toughest materials on the Earth. Now engineers at Washington University in St. Louis have designed...

Nanobubbles a pathway to better medical devices

Sydney Nano scientists witness spontaneous nanobubble formation Tiny gas bubbles could help reduce drag in small medical devices, university...

The Secret Language of Cells

Dr Jon Lieff, MD, is a neuropsychiatrist with a BA in Mathematics from Yale University and an MD from Harvard Medical School. He pioneered the...

Webb Has Arrived Successfully at L2

Universe Today - Report by Nancy Atkinson It’s really happening. The James Webb Space Telescope has successfully reached its orbital destination in...

Microbially produced fibers: stronger than steel, tougher than Kevlar

Spider silk is said to be one of the strongest, toughest materials on the Earth. Now engineers at Washington University in St. Louis have designed...

Nanobubbles a pathway to better medical devices

Sydney Nano scientists witness spontaneous nanobubble formation Tiny gas bubbles could help reduce drag in small medical devices, university...

The Secret Language of Cells

Dr Jon Lieff, MD, is a neuropsychiatrist with a BA in Mathematics from Yale University and an MD from Harvard Medical School. He pioneered the...
Nanobubbles a pathway to better medical devices

Nanobubbles a pathway to better medical devices

Sydney Nano scientists witness spontaneous nanobubble formation Tiny gas bubbles could help reduce drag in small medical devices, university scientists have found. Drag can lead to clogging and damage biological samples, so this discovery could pave the way to more...

How robots learn to hike

How robots learn to hike

ETH Zurich researchers led by Marco Hutter have developed a new control approach that enables a legged robot, called ANYmal, to move quickly and robustly over difficult terrain. Thanks to machine learning, the robot can combine its visual perception of the environment...

Webb Has Arrived Successfully at L2

Webb Has Arrived Successfully at L2

Universe Today - Report by Nancy Atkinson It’s really happening. The James Webb Space Telescope has successfully reached its orbital destination in space, 1.5 million km (1 million miles) from Earth. A final 5-minute thruster firing on January 24, 2022 put JWST in its...

Valiant Space Receives $200,000 Australian Space Agency Grant

Valiant Space Receives $200,000 Australian Space Agency Grant

Valiant Space has been awarded a $200,000 grant as part of the Australian Government’s Moon to Mars initiative, administered through the Australian Space Agency. The Demonstrator Feasibility grant will allow the company to develop Australia’s first in-space chemical...

The Secret Language of Cells

The Secret Language of Cells

Dr Jon Lieff, MD, is a neuropsychiatrist with a BA in Mathematics from Yale University and an MD from Harvard Medical School. He pioneered the creation of integrated treatment units that focus on complex patients with combined medical, psychiatric, and neurological...

Cloud Computing Expands Brain Sciences

Cloud Computing Expands Brain Sciences

Leading neuroscientist collaborates with TACC to democratize the field, plan infrastructure People often think about human behavior in terms of what is happening in the present—reading a newspaper, driving a car, or catching a football. But other dimensions of...

Australian Robotic Vision

Peter Corke: Australian Robotic Vision from Dahlitz Media | Perfekt Studios on Vimeo. This biography of Australian roboticist, distinguished professor Peter Corke, follows the development of robotics through the career of this remarkable pioneer and of his colleagues...

Autism

Autism from Dahlitz Media | Perfekt Studios on Vimeo. Episode 2 of The Science of Us documentaries looks at autism. With input from autistic therapists, psychologists, Temple Grandin and Stephen Porges, we learn about the nature and treatment for this condition. For...

The Gut-Brain Axis

The Gut-Brain Axis from Dahlitz Media | Perfekt Studios on Vimeo.   Join us as we talk with leading researchers, clinical scientists and health practitioners about the extraordinary world within, and the connections between our gut and our brain. We explore the...

Do Not Fear The Rise of the Machines

The University of Queensland Contact magazine has done a story on our documentary Toward Singularity. Big thanks to Harriet Dempsey-Jones for the write up and Editor Michael Jones. [button...

Replicating Machines

FROM THE ARCHIVES Science Fiction vs Science Fact - Replicating Machines by Mark Sackler   Self-replicating machines have been a staple in science fiction since the 1940’s. A. E. Van Vogt, Philip K. Dick and Arthur C. Clarke, along with many others, have used...

Automation vs. Jobs: The Long and Short of It.

This article includes content and quotes garnered by the author from interviews with James J. Hughes, Jerome Glenn, Ian Pearson, Richard Yonck, John C. Havens and Alexandra Whittington on the Seeking Delphi™ podcast between April of 2017 and November of 2018. **...