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Ecology In VR

Posted in Games, Reviews, Science, Software on 7th Jun, 2021
by Alex Muller

If you love VR and If ecology and Zoology is interesting to you, it’s well worth checking this out.

Google And Harvard Map Brain Connections In Unprecedented Detail

Posted in Medicine, Science, Software on 6th Jun, 2021
by Alex Muller

The human brain is the most ridiculously complex computer that’s ever existed, and mapping this dense tangle of neurons, synapses and other cells is nigh on impossible. But engineers at Google and Harvard have given it the best shot yet, producing a browsable, searchable 3D map of a small section of human cerebral cortex.

'Robot Swarms' Could One Day Build Underground Shelters For Humans On Mars

Posted in Science on 6th Jun, 2021
by Alex Muller

NASA and other groups have looked at different potential shelters on Mars, Thanga says, including ideas for houses made from sandbags or ice.

Japan Wants To Build Intercontinental Passenger Spaceships By The Early 2040s

Posted in Business, Science on 5th Jun, 2021
by Alex Muller

A booming space industry is making it easier than ever to get into orbit, but Japan is betting that it could revolutionize terrestrial travel, too. The country’s science ministry has unveiled a plan to develop intercontinental passenger spaceships by the early 2040s.

Plans For Nüwa, A Proposed City On Mars Built Inside A Giant Cliff

Posted in Featured, Reviews, Science on 5th Jun, 2021
by Alex Muller

Nuwa would be the capital in a design made up of five linked cities, each housing 200,000 to 250,000 people.