Global Health Security When billionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates gave a speech at the Munich Security Conference for the first time Saturday, he argued a very alarming possibility: the future of international security will be fought on the biological front.
Domino Craft VR is a new game for the HTC Vive. The post The Craziness Of Everyone’s Favorite Game Meets The Fun Of VR appeared first on Futurism.
Using the Sun There’s a lot of sun in Nevada, so it only makes sense to harness its power. That’s why long-time solar champion and Nevada legislature assemblyman Chris Brooks proposed AB 206, a bill that pushes the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS) from its current 22 percent goal to 80 percent by 2040.
A New Era In recent years, studies have show that humans were responsible for pumping as much as 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the air per year and creating 3.5 million tonnes of solid waste per day.
NASA’s climate data is at risk of deletion. A group of student coders is fighting back. The post Coders vs.
Focusing on the Cell’s Power House More and more, scientists are becoming convinced that aging is a disease that can be stopped or, at least, slowed.
Our Robotic Future Attitudes towards robots, especially artificially intelligent (AI) robots, are mixed at best.
A new origami-inspired bulletproof shield prototype that can withstand shots fired from 9mm, .357 Magnum, and .44 Magnum pistols was created by a team of engineers from Brigham Young University (BYU).
Drones! Drones! Drones! “Drones” has become a kind of buzzword in pop culture these days. We’ve seen real-life drone emulations of TV drones, drones that dance above the biggest stage in television, and even drones that might one day replace our doctors. However, chances are you don’t see them fluttering throughout the skies where you live.
Surrogate Mother Hens Genetically modifying (GM) animals to ensure the survival of a species is not a new concept.
Andy’s Story In 2006, a 21-year old Andy Sandness unsuccessfully attempted suicide. He had aimed a bullet at his chin, which ended up destroying the lower half of his face.
An Urgent Need Scientists need brains. Specifically, they need your brain. Many people intend to donate their hearts, lungs, and kidneys after death, but don’t realize brains are also highly sought after.
Jupiter’s Icy Moon To the naked eye, Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, might just look like a great big ball of rock and ice.
Augment shows you possible positions of your furniture. The post Decorate Your Entire Home With The Help Of AR appeared first on Futurism.
Tiny Wheels is a game for the HTC Vive. The post Build And Drive On Your Very Own VR Race Track appeared first on Futurism.
Last year, General Motors (GM) and San Francisco-based ride-sharing company Lyft announced a partnership that will now create a fleet of self-driving electric vehicles to be on the roads by 2018.
Reaching the Red Planet Do we really need to explore Mars? According to tech innovator Elon Musk, it’s not just a choice we have to CLICK TO VIEW FULL INFOGRAPHIC make, it’s a necessity.
Cave Life Penelope Boston, head of NASA’s Astrobiology Institute, recently made some fascinating discoveries deep in an abandoned zinc and lead mine in Mexico.
New Rules It’s possible that robots will take over some human jobs. In fact, it seems like it could be only a matter of time before they do.
Have you ever seen a multiplayer battle in a coffee shop? The post Catch a Glimpse of the Future of Augmented Reality appeared first on Futurism.