Technology Tuesday: September 27

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Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Every week The Job Shop Blog will bring you our 5 top science and technology news stories from around the web.

This week: A driverless highway, Elon Musk unveils a new rocket to take us to Mars, graphine was used to restore almost perfect motor control to rats, physicists are close to creating metallic hydrogen, and Mansanto gets permission to use CRISPR on crops. Continue reading

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Technology Tuesday: May 31

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Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Every week The Job Shop Blog will bring you our 5 top science and technology news stories from around the web.

This week: A self healing material that could revolutionize wearable electronics, Microsoft and Facebook to build transatlantic internet cable, stem cell regeneration in mice, Space X releases amazing landing video, and Dubai 3D printed an office building. Continue reading

Technology Tuesday: May 3

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Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Every week The Job Shop Blog will bring you our 5 top science and technology news stories from around the web.

This week: Data storage in DNA, swallowable electronics that monitor your health, lab made “black hole” sheds light on Hawking Radiation, a fully bendable smartphone, and Space X announces plans to land a spacecraft on Mars by 2018. Continue reading

Technology Tuesday: March 29

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Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Every week The Job Shop Blog will bring you our 5 top science and technology news stories from around the web.

This week: Scientists “delete” HIV from human cells, a simple synthetic cell could help us understand the most basic aspects of genetics, self cleaning textiles that could replace washing machines, a device that turns your smart phone into a 3d printer, and building a moon colony in just 6 years. Continue reading

Technology Tuesday: August 25

funny-science-news-experiments-memes-this-joke-is-relatively-funny-science-meme-update-04Welcome to Technology Tuesday! Every week The Job Shop Blog will bring you our 5 top science and technology stories from around the web.

This week: California continues to sink, a magnetic wormhole created in a lab could lead to invisibility, understanding the flu virus’ proteins brings us closer to a universal vaccine, low cost 3D printed robotic prosthetic limbs, and a big step forward for 3D printing from MIT.

Continue reading