Archive for the ‘Efficiencies’ Category
MIT invents what amounts to the universal chemical factory…genetically engineered periwinkles: here.
Michel Bauwens has another great article. This time on the future technologies of freedom: here.
NRC (National Research Council Canada) has launched an ambitious multidisciplinary project to develop and link arrays of indoor environment sensors in order to help improve a building’s environmental health, energy efficiency and maintenance, as well as the general comfort of its occupants.
The previous link and quote comes from the wireless sensor networks blog: here.
Kashklash is an interesting idea about collaboration. I’m not sure it’s new or not new. Any ideas?
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ScienceDaily has an interesting discussion of collaboration between a mathematician and medical teams.