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Transportation

The Future of Mobility Solutions Will Be Enhanced by Big Data

Experts at CES 2020 discuss how big data is shaping the way that we approach the future of mobility.January 06, 2020CES 2020 is kicking off into full gear in Las Vegas this week and that means the world& 39;s top technology minds have gathered in one place to share their vision of the future.In the mobility space, particularly with autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles, advanced or new technology is playing a major role in shaping the vision of this industry.
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News

Reporter Finds Out She Has Cancer After TV Viewer Notices Lump on Her Neck

The cancer was spreading to the journalist& 39;s lymph nodes.July 29, 2020A Florida television reporter called Victoria Price discovered she had cancer after a viewer noticed a lump on her neck. She will now be undergoing surgery to remove the tumor, her thyroid, and a few lymph nodes.RELATED: DOCTORS IN INDIA REMOVE THE WORLD& 39;S & 39;LARGEST BRAIN TUMOR& 39;, WEIGHING 1.
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News

BMW M5 Makes 850 HP Thanks to a Simple Tune

The Noelle Performance tune takes the vehicle to the next level without any mechanical modifications and comes with a warranty.December 23, 2019If there is one thing BMW never disappoints, its speed.As of today, the current BMW M5 delivers 592 HP and 553 lb-ft of torque with a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8.
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Innovation

It’s a kettle but not as you know it thanks to the Miito

November 29, 2014Anyone who is conscious about saving energy will know that you should only boil enough water in the kettle that you actually need. It can be easy to fill the kettle to the top and then boil and re-boil the water. This problem could be stopped dead in the tracks thanks to the Miito, a system that uses induction heating and boils up just the water that is needed at the time.
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Medical Technology

CRISPR Rids Genetic Diseases of 3 People in Experimental Study

A trial on beta thalassemia and sickle cell anemia proved successful for CRISPR.June 15, 2020CRISPR is among the most promising and exciting treatment options scientists have been exploring in recent years. The theory for CRISPR was laid out by Francisco Mojica in 1993.Data from an experimental study published in the European Hematology Association congress (which was held virtually) details the treatment of two blood-transfusion dependent beta-thalassemia patients and a severe sickle cell disease (SCC) patient experiencing vaso-occlusive crises.
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Design

Rendering is Becoming Increasingly Important in the Engineering Design Process

An architectural rendering.PickpikThe line between a render and a photographed image is has become more and more blurred. Computer rendering capabilities are extending beyond what we once thought was possible.For example, take a look at the Instagram photo below. It& 39;s not a photograph, it& 39;s a computer-generated model that has been rendered in Autodesk Arnold and Maya.
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