If you are living outside America, chances are you have not yet heard of DIYbio, a new approach to biotechnology that is already generating great interest across the Atlantic, and is now gathering pace in Europe.
Giulio Sandini, accompanied by a talk by Edgar Körner of the Honda Reserach Institute Europe, gave an insight look into recent developments on the way to learning robots at ESOF2010 in Turin. This thought provoking talk gave the determining factor for this interview.
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Mobile phones that can send and receive scent are part of a wider topic of digital scents, fragranced e-mails and the smell-o-web. After the initial hype, companies such as Digiscents went bust and one of the rare ones still barely surviving in the US Read more […]
Could men provide more help with rearing children, and if not, could we soon become a menless society? It appears that answer to both of these questions is yes. Men are traditionally considered to be providers who go out to get the food (money is the Read more […]