Category Archives: Singularity

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3D Printer Delivered to Space Station Launching New Era of Space Manufacturing

If space is the final frontier, we pilgrims have a lot to learn. To date, we’ve rarely ventured far beyond the thin envelope of Earth’s atmosphere. Why? Because we... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/24/14

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Futuristic Chinese Megastructure Would Include Soaring Towers, Massive Skyways, Urban Farms

Many of the world’s cities are hundreds, even thousands of years old. They evolved from the bottom up as populations changed and demanded change. A new road here, new... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/23/14

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Scientists Reconstruct a Crystal’s 3D Structure from a Single Image

When it comes to the nanoworld, a picture really is like a thousand words. Thanks to a joint effort by European and Chinese scientists, a new microscopy method... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/23/14

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Shape the Future of Medicine at the Exponential Medicine Conference, November 9-12

Singularity University is proud to present Exponential Medicine, a four-day conference in San Diego to explore upcoming, game-changing technologies and their imminent... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/22/14

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Our Growing Addiction to “Cognitive Ecstasy” Drives Technology’s Progress…And That’s Okay

Why are humans so damn curious? Because discovery is pleasurable. Jason Silva, in his latest video, says humans don’t care about spectacle—what we care about is... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/21/14

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What We’re Reading and Watching This Week (up to Sept 20, 2014)

In the midst of all the technological progress being made globally on a daily basis, sometimes it's tough to appreciate how we're changing as humans. This week, we've... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/19/14

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Plant Engineered to Supercharge Photosynthesis with Hopes of Increasing Crop Yields

While computers scientists find new ways to supercharge computers, a team of plant scientists have demonstrated that they can supercharge a plant. Hoping to speed up... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/18/14

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“Assembly Line” Snaps Together Complex Organic Molecules With Ease

Carbon atoms love to hook up. Their versatile ability to bond with each other as well as atoms of other elements is why all known life is made of the stuff. And it... more

Written By: | Posted: 09/15/14

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