- The United Nations' all-human warning: All antibiotics are becoming useless
outterson's fear at this time is that the number of people who die from antibiotic resistance may have to climb to a very high level, before causing the attention of the majority of the public.
- Meet Elon Musk's Open AI trainee Kevin Frans when he was 15 years old
frans first approached openai when confronted with one of the many research-related issues of this group.
- The heartbreaking truth behind the photo of vultures waiting to eat the baby
at the photo festival rencontres d 'arles is taking place in france, chilean artist alfredo jarr has exhibited a work called silent sounds.
- Wheelchair self-balancing, no need to use hand to control
instead of using the hand to create movement, ogo users will move their bodies to order 2 wheels. this is a new idea by new zealand designer kevin halsall, and is inspired by a friend's difficulty in wheelchair travel.
- Artificial wombs help discover embryonic development secrets
in a report published in nature communications, a team led by tissue engineering professor kevin shakesheff created a new device shaped like a cup of soft polymer, mimicking soft tissue. uterine mammal uterus where embryos attach.
- 10 most famous hacks of all time
6 lines of code are enough to blow away $ 10 million of a business. the other 99 lines of code set up the first internet virus (worm). the telephone network of the whole city is controlled only because a hacker wants a fashionable car ... the systems that are considered to be the best security have been penetrated.
- Bill Gates' right-hand man came to Vietnam
on april 9, 2008, mr. kevin turner - ceo of microsoft, who is considered the
- Mobilize 'subversion' of pi
when it comes to calculating with circles, one associates the numbers pi. every year there are two days to honor it is 14.3 or 22.7 because the value of pi is 3.14159 ... or 22: 7.
- 'Computer terrorist' teaches how to avoid being attacked
kevin mitnick, once made the fbi hunt for 3 years after attacking the system of the world's largest corporations, now
- Mac users are still indifferent to security
kevin finisterre, an independent researcher, made the mac community flutter when he set up a website to update the operating system bug in january last year.
- New creature: looks like a swimming boar but beautiful, everyone is surprised by its size
over thousands of years of development, people have yet to discover the mysteries of this world.
- The 'rich households' Internet domain name
kevin ham is considered the most powerful character in the field of domain business when holding the number of web addresses totaling $ 300 million. for people like ham who own domain names, that means controlling part of the internet.
- Can people live only with the brain, without the body?
scientists are finding out if we can one day live only with the brain in other planets.
- The 300-year-old password was broken
us and swedish researchers broke the copiale cryptography that existed for the past 300 years with the help of a computer program, according to afp.
- Discover the mystery of the
how does the world's smallest
- Smart phones, car locks are easily hacked by sound waves
scientists discovered a weak spot vulnerable to hackers in technology devices.
- Robot can also sex and childbirth as people?
an artificial intelligence engineer believes that robots can have sex with each other to conceive and breed new generations.
- Detection of hairy pig nose mice in the longest
scientists have discovered a completely new pig nose mouse with fur
- Artificial hands controlled by thought
scientists are testing a type of mechanical arm that can be controlled by thought. if successful, this would be a revolution for those who lost their arms or were paralyzed.
- Our galaxy is a 'zombie'.
scientists claim that the milky way where we live actually died billions of years ago because ... hungry.
- What smells of universe?
for a long time, astronauts after their trips often mentioned a special aroma that appeared outside the vast space.
- Detecting an abnormal monster skeleton
an english man was extremely surprised when he found a skeleton wrapped in a strange cocoon, hidden behind the foot of the cupboard at his home.
- Detecting cosmic ghosts in the night sky
when yale university astronomer kevin schawinski and oxford university associates won public support for enrolling galaxies, they never envisioned the strange object hanny van arkel discovered tr & ec
- The planet has a gale of 8,700km / h and an atmosphere of 3,000 degrees Celsius
the study of swiss astronomers indicates extraterrestrial hd 189733 b has the harshest weather in the universe.
- Instead of shooting water, this guy made a molten metal gun
with intense love of science and a love that explodes everything, this guy has done a lot of quirky, impressive and dangerous crazy tests.
- It is not until modern times that people know what is blue
in 2015, researcher kevin loria wrote in business insider: it wasn't until the late 1800s that blue really
- Discovering earth-like planets are the hottest planets
the new findings show that planets are closer or larger than the size of the earth as well as having the same earth-like composition, common throughout the galaxy.
- Discovered a strange planet with 3 Suns in the summer that lasted up to 300 years
one morning in the summer, when you wake up, you go to the balcony, breathe some air and what is hot is burning your face? that is the sun.
- The giant planet is throwing meteors toward Earth
the research results show that the gas giant of the solar system is not exactly the bodyguard of earth and other small rocky planets as previously thought.
- Look through the walls with Wi-Fi waves
british engineers at university college london have studied a passive radar system that allows them to see through walls using wi-fi signals generated by wireless routers and points. come.