• A Profession In Biotechnology Makes Sense

    Utility of applied sciences on organic techniques, lifeless organisms and their derivatives and food and drugs may be broadly defined as biotechnology. This sequence notably draws inspiration from earlier science-fiction smash hits resembling The Twilight Zone; one other tv collection that was identified for coping with extra controversial and taboo subject material. Like its predecessors, Black Mirror explores darker subjects of humankind’s relationship with technology, and futuristic tales of how this can be influenced over time. On the 2019 MIT Research and Growth Convention: Human and Technology Collaboration , which happened on November thirteen-14 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Casalegno delved into the imperatives of human-centered, expertise-driven design and the distinctive position it performs in our contemporary society.

    I’m excited to start work in biotechnology. I would like something that will allow me to get my foot within the door whereas giving me a strong foundation for graduate work. This technology finds …

  • Tinder To Launch In-App Video Chats Later This Year

    The early days of social media were pretty much its glory days, where it was relatively new and people who joined it were pretty much who they said they were. These days, it’s not uncommon to receive spam messages from bot and fake accounts, and this is a problem that has similarly plagued the likes of dating apps like Tinder.

    If you’re hoping to avoid getting catfished on Tinder, you might be interested to learn that Tinder’s parent company, Match Group, has announced that the app will soon come with the ability for in-app video chats. This means that users will actually be able to see each other in real-time, which does potentially reduce the risk of being catfished by someone pretending to be someone else.

    Of course this isn’t exactly a foolproof system, but if someone if refusing to hop on a quick video call before you meet up,

  • Space Photos of the Week: Europa! Attempt No Landing There

    If you are looking for life in the solar system, maybe start with the icy moons. One of the most likely to harbor life is Jupiter’s third Galilean satellite, Europa. Hidden beneath its thick crust of ice is thought to be a massive interior ocean, containing more water than all of Earth combined. It’s salty too. (We know this because when NASA sent its Galileo spacecraft to Jupiter in the 1990s, the magnetometer on board the spacecraft found something conducting electricity on Europa. And what is a good electrical conductor? Salt.) But Europa is also unique in that its surface is covered in what is called “chaos terrain.” These odd patterns are thought to be created by a variety of processes, the main one being something called tidal heating or tidal flexing. All planets and their moons experience this, (thanks to our moon for the tides), but Jupiter is so

  • Want a vacation without having to leave your house? Give Sentosa Resort a visit on Animal Crossing.

    If you’re anything like the majority of Internet users, you’ve probably been spending a lot of time playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons on your Nintendo Switch.

    With everyone stuck at home because of the coronavirus pandemic, sales of both the game and the console have skyrocketed to an all-time high.

    I totally understand why though. With the lockdowns and the movement control orders worldwide, we’re all itching for a little outdoor action.

    And if you’re itching to do yoga by the beach or dance all night on a dance floor, I have good news for you.

    Sentosa Development Corporation has re-opened their island on Animal Crossing.

    IMAGE: Sentosa

    “Through our virtual offerings, we would like to encourage everyone to make time for an “island getaway” during these challenging times, as a break is important for one’s mental wellbeing,” Lynette Ang, chief marketing officer of Sentosa Development Corporation, said.

  • Elon Musk threatens to move Tesla from California, files suit against Alameda County

    After Alameda County health officials cautioned Tesla against reopening its California car factory yesterday, CEO Elon Musk tweeted today that the company would sue the county and move its headquarters out of state. Hours later, Tesla’s attorneys filed suit in US District Court in the Northern District of California seeking an injunction against the county’s shelter-in-place order, because it “contradicts the Governor’s Order to the extent it restricts the operation of business operating in the federal critical infrastructure sectors.”

    “Tesla is filing a lawsuit against Alameda County immediately,” Musk said on Twitter. “The unelected & ignorant ‘interim Health Officer’ of Alameda is acting contrary to the Governor, the President, our Constitutional freedoms & just plain common sense!”

    Musk has been a vocal critic of coronavirus shelter-in-place orders, saying at the company’s April 29th earnings call that such restrictions were “fascist” and not democratic. “We are a bit worried about