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What AI Means for Future Scientists

It is a cry that has been repeated for centuries now— ‘technology will take my job.’ This is a sentiment that is certainly not...

2019 Lease Accounting Infographic

The following infographic explains the things you need to know when implementing the new FASB lease standard. It walks through the important questions to...

How the Science Labs of Today Are Integrating the Tools of Tomorrow

Science labs might have the reputation as being at the forefront of technology adoption, but they have actually been slow to adopt automation in...

Why 3D Printing Might Have a Bigger Impact In Space Than On Earth

Three-dimensional printing is an application where the digital world meets the physical world. It enables industries to make rapid prototypes and test out new...

Leaders Driving Change: SXSW 2019 Podcast Series

More than 100 people move to Austin, Texas each day on average. Quickly becoming a national city, the state capital is truly a melting...

Discovery by Nasa rover in Chilean desert may help find alien life

  Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited A Nasa robot being tested in the most Mars-like environment on Earth has found samples that...

Can Biotech Kill the Flu Once and For All?

Biotech is essential for advancing science. Biotechnology is a broad term that involves the use of living organisms to develop new products. Over the...

HOW GUT HEALTH IMPACTS WHOLE BODY HEALTH

Did you know that your gut health is connected to many aspects of your overall health? It’s a very complex part of the body...

What to Check Out at the AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is hosting its annual meeting to offer more than 120 scientific sessions to grow awareness...

Scientists Crack Framework to Control Leg Movement of MicroRobots

Animals that live and move primarily on land navigate over their natural terrains using a set of complex leg trajectories.   Individual animal leg trajectories are...