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Naturally-occurring protein could boost fitness without ANY exercise

Scientists from the University of Michigan discovered a protein called Sestrin could make flies and mice fit even when they didn't exercise, and exercise made no difference without it.

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Tesla supplier makes battery that will last 16 years and MILLION miles

Contemporary Amperex Technology, which builds Tesla's batteries, revealed it is ready to produce a rechargeable battery that lasts for 16 years or 1.24 million miles before it would need to be replaced.

Pioneering artificial heart valve grows inside the body

Pioneering artificial heart valve grows inside the body

The prosthetic created by Boston Children's Hospital has been hailed as a huge step forward in medical care. In young lambs, it expanded with the growth of their own hearts.

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23andMe inks deal with firm to develop drug for skin conditions

Spanish firm Almirall has bought the rights to turn the protein into viable anti-inflammatory medication for patients. It's the first time data collected by 23andMe will be used for drug development.

Engineers Build a Device That Effectively Transforms Into Liquid Fuel

Engineers Build a Device That Effectively Transforms CO2 Into Liquid Fuel

Scientists have invented a new method for turning carbon dioxide into a liquid fuel that can efficiently store energy in fuel cells.

'Soft' robotic heart that uses synthetic material could put an end to human transplants by 2028 - Sound Health and Lasting Wealth

'Soft' robotic heart could put an end to human transplants by 2028

Experts in the Netherlands, Cambridge and London are developing a 'soft robot' heart which could keep blood pumping around the body.

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First robot agency launches offering firms the chance to hire bots

MusashiAI, a joint venture between SixAI of Israel and Musashi Seimitsu of Japan has a completely autonomous forklift and a visual inspection robot on its books.

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Drug-loaded bandages could be spray painted directly onto wounds

Scientists from Montana Technology University in Butte have a developed a new portable device that sprays bandages loaded with drugs directly onto wounds to speed healing and limit infection.

Artificial Eye: Breakthrough metalens with faux muscle promises to cure blurred vision transform mobile camera

Researchers create 'adaptive metalens' that can outperform human eyes

The team in question has developed an "adaptive metalens," that can adjust its focus in real-time, as the human eye can -- but with some added improvements...

Inside Amazon's first grocery store opening this week

Inside Amazon's first grocery store opening this week

The first Amazon Fresh supermarket opened in Los Angeles Thursday despite the move to online shopping as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Samsung reveals its 'artificial humans' dubbed NEON

Samsung reveals its 'artificial humans' dubbed NEON

The digital avatars, announced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas will be able to 'converse and sympathise' like real human and could be used as customer service tools.

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Self-driving truck completes FIRST EVER cross-country trip

Plus.ai, announced its autonomous truck traveled 2,800 miles from California to Pennsylvania hauling a fully-loaded refrigerated trailer of perishable cargo. The trip was completed in just three days.

Massachusetts State Police Tested Out Boston Dynamics’ Spot The Robot Dog. Civil Liberties Advocates Want To Know More - Hope For Our Times

Mass. State Police Tested Out Boston Dynamics’ Spot The Robot Dog. Civil Liberties Advocates Want To Know More

Massachusetts State Police is the first law enforcement agency in the country to use Boston Dynamics' dog-like robot, called Spot. That's raising questions from civil rights advocates about how much oversight there should be over police robotics programs.

Alphabet's Everyday Robot Project aims at teaching robots how to help us in our everyday lives. Continue reading Alphabet’s X showed garbage sorting robots on Inceptive Mind.

Google announces it has taught robots to separate the trash

This week, Google announced that it has trained robots to sort through office trash and remove items that should go in recycling or the compost bin, part of its Everyday Robot Project.

Robotics developers are scrambling to automate skilled jobs amid labor shortages. Erik Larson, Mobile Robot, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Disruptive Technology, Robot Arm, Cloud Based, Welding, Things To Come, Artificial Intelligence

Is this for-hire welding robot an omen for skilled labor? | ZDNet

Robotics developers are scrambling to automate skilled jobs amid labor shortages.

First long-distance heart surgery performed via robot Heart Procedures, Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, Heart Institute, Fourth Industrial Revolution, Disruptive Technology, Medical Journals, Hiring Process, University Of Virginia

First long-distance heart surgery performed via robot | ZDNet

In a feat of networking, engineering, and medicine, a doctor performed a heart procedure while standing 20 miles from his patient.