The effort completed in 2003 used the best technology available but now scientists could do more
Although the scientists behind it would really rather you didn’t
The U.S. Navy already has deployed lasers that can take out land- and air-based targets, and is developing second-generation weapons to hit missiles at the speed of light, CNN reported.
Sealed behind the steel doors of two bunkers in a Beijing suburb, university students are trying to find out how it feels to live in a space station on another planet, recycling everything from plant cuttings to urine.
Rich people are going to find it easier to adapt to automation
At the University Sapienza in Rome, a team of researchers from the Physics Department and the Institute for Nanotechnology of the CNR, lead by physics professor Roberto Di Leonardo, has shown that genetically modified bacteria, expressing the protein proteorhodhopsin, can be used as tiny propellers in micromachines that are invisible to the human eye and whose speed can be reliably and continuously tuned by shining green light of controlled intensity.
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