Sunday, October 22, 2017

Kelly Paik

Kelly Paik
Kelly Paik writes about science and technology for Fanvive. When she's not catching up on the latest innovations, she uses her free-time painting and roaming to places with languages she can't speak. Because she rather enjoys fumbling through cities and picking things on the menu through a process of eeny meeny miny moe.
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MIT debuts ‘Living Jewelry’ inspired by insects

Whether it's jumping cheetahs or self-folding origami, MIT is always pushing the boundaries of imagination in the field of robotics. Their latest creation is...
Cripsr gene editing puzzle

Scientists edit genes of human embryos for first time in US

A research team in Portland, Oregon just broke new ground and became the first scientists in the U.S. to edit genes of human embryos....
Train stopped at an India station

India launches a solar-paneled train to help fight air pollution

India’s legendary railway network lays out over 41,000 miles of track winding through everything from jungles to deserts to mountainsides as it reaches into...
Several people entering a Google office building

Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ dispute heading back to EU’s top court

Europe’s ‘right to be forgotten’ policy is heading back to the EU’s top court in a landmark dispute over whether search result delistings should...
3d printed artificial heart

Researchers print a 3d soft artificial heart, heartbeat included

This is one artificial heart that actually looks and functions like the real thing. Doctoral students at ETH Zürich just created a completely soft...
Massive rift in Larsen C of Antartica

Massive iceberg has split off from Antarctica

For years, a deep-running chasm rippled across the snow-white horizon of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf and signaled an impending and massive break-off of...
newspapers on display in a news stand

Google is funding a project that will have AI write the local news

Local newspapers and print journalism in general have seen their struggles in recent decades as declining revenue leads to cutbacks. Now Google wants to...
View of Jupiter from outer space

What we’ve learned in Juno’s year orbiting Jupiter

July 4th marked the one year anniversary of Juno’s orbit around the planet Jupiter. With about 71 million miles (114.5 million kilometers) logged circling...
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Best Buy wants to be your showroom for smart home devices

I’ll be honest. The last time I stepped inside a Best Buy was to hold in my hands a mirrorless camera I ended up...
electron micrograph of multiple bacteriophages attached to a bacterial cell wall. The magnification is approximately 200,000

Scientists use CRISPR modified viruses to combat bacterial disease

Antibiotic-resistant infections are on the rise worldwide. But intriguing new research is using modified viruses to combat bacterial disease. Scientists have created viruses engineered...

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Assistant Professor Canan Dagdeviren (left) Researcher Giovanni Traver (right)

Researchers made an edible sensor that monitors intestinal health

Diagnosing stomach and intestinal problems can be hard to do without seeing exactly what’s going on inside. That’s why scientists have for some time...
Google Pixel Buds being worn

Pixel Buds by Google has the opportunity to change the world

In San Francisco last week Google held their Google's Pixel 2 event. Along with announcing the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google made...
people carrying water in baskets

New research confirms the link between drought and violence

In times when the land is parched, we see crops wither in the sun, commodity prices skyrocket, and local economies destabilize. For these reasons,...