Star Trek fan recreates Voyager’s concept tricorder

Despite the show’s finale airing nearly 20 years ago,o technology in Star Trek: Voyager (and even GNT) still looks decidedly futuristic, and we’d gladly trade in our foldable smartphones like the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or the Surface Duo 2 for that amazing hobbies From one of Voyager’s tricorders. Producing a sci-fi TV series based … Read more

LIVE: CNBC TechCheck Chats With OG Metaverse Entrepreneur Philip Rosedale – 01/18/22 – CNBC Television

LIVE: CNBC TechCheck Chats With OG Metaverse Entrepreneur Philip Rosedale – 01/18/22 – CNBC Television

LIVE: CNBC TechCheck Chats With OG Metaverse Entrepreneur Philip Rosedale – 01/18/22CNBC Television .

Deerfield and Stanford University create the Porter Alliance for Innovative Medicines | Information Center

Deerfield and Stanford University create the Porter Alliance for Innovative Medicines |  Information Center

Stanford University and Deerfield Management, a healthcare investment firm, have collaborated to create Porter Alliance for Innovative Medicines to accelerate translational research in clinical therapeutics. Deerfield has committed up to $130 million and additional scientific and operational support to this new collaboration to advance research from Stanford faculty labs with a focus on drug prototypes … Read more

City of London policy chair hails London as center of green finance

City of London policy chair hails London as center of green finance

This week, the FCA and the City of London Corporation hosted a demo day for its Sustainability Cohort initiative, which aims to further green the financial sector and catalyze the transition to net zero. Catherine McGuinness, Policy Officer of the City of London Corporation, said of the demo day: “This is hugely exciting news which … Read more

Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as scale of damage emerges

Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as scale of damage emerges

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Thick ash on an airport runway was delaying aid deliveries to the Pacific island nation of Tonga, where extensive damage was reported days after a massive underwater volcanic eruption and a tsunami. The New Zealand military is sending drinking water and other much-needed supplies, but said ash on the runway … Read more

SFDA: Fat is a source of energy and its abundance is linked to chronic diseases

SFDA: Fat is a source of energy and its abundance is linked to chronic diseases

Riyadh — Although fat is a rich source of energy and one of the main nutrients the body uses for growth and the performance of vital functions, its frequent consumption is linked to high rates of chronic disease, which accounts for approximately 73 % of total deaths in Saudi Arabia. Arabia, according to World Health … Read more

Always good with not many new things

Always good with not many new things

Photo: Brianna Provenzano/Gizmodo When it comes to product upgrades, it might seem like lukewarm praise to say, “It’s pretty much the same as the last version, but the last version was good!” But that’s exactly what’s true of the news Roku 4K Streaming Stick and his dearest brother, the Roku 4K+ Streaming Stick. While neither … Read more

The architecture of museums: the evolution of conservation spaces

The architecture of museums: the evolution of conservation spaces

The architecture of museums: the evolution of conservation spaces The British Museum. Image © David Iliff. Under CC BY-SA 3.0 license To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/975099/the-architecture-of-museums-the-evolution-of-curatorial-spaces Around the world, museums function as cultural landmarks – important spaces that very often become defining symbols of a city’s architectural landscape. … Read more

Microsoft reveals malware attack on Ukrainian government networks

Microsoft reveals malware attack on Ukrainian government networks

BOSTON (AP) — Microsoft said late Saturday that dozens of computer systems in an unknown number of Ukrainian government agencies had been infected with destructive malware disguised as ransomware, a disclosure suggesting that an eye-catching defacement attack on sites Official Web was a diversion. The extent of the damage was not immediately clear. The attack … Read more

National shortage of RAT tests called ‘hot mess’

National shortage of RAT tests called ‘hot mess’

As Australians struggle to get their hands on rapid antigen tests, one MP has described the current situation as a “hot mess”. With many states changing their testing rules to reduce PCR testing, home testing has become increasingly elusive of RAT testing as case numbers continue to soar. Labor’s Anika Wells described the situation as … Read more