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The Future of Cancer – Part II

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As we’ve posted before, researchers are saying that we need to think differently about cancer in our search for a cure. In that vein, promising research at the University of Pennsylvania indicates that the body’s own immune cells can be re-trained to fight blood cancers, and perhaps one day, solid tumors: “This is absolutely one of the more exciting advances I’ve seen …

The Future of Warp Drive

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Scientists have found planets that resemble our Earth closely enough that they could support life forms similar to us. The nearest of these planets, as I previously posted, is twelve light years away. Since travel anywhere near light speed is physically impossible, we would likely have to send out generational ships if we ever hoped to reach even the closest …

Interview with Be-Bound’s Albert Szulman: “Our lives have changed” since LeWeb’12 Paris Start-Up Competition

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In December 2012, Be-Bound, a new mobile solution allowing smartphones to stay connected to the Internet, regardless of the network or the network quality, was one of the winners of the LeWeb’12 Paris Start-Up Competition. 12 months on, Be-Bound’s CEO, Albert Szulman (centre), explains how attending LeWeb proved to be an invaluable business accelerator. LeWeb Blog: What exactly is Be-Bound? …

The Future of Circuits

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The startup world is characterized by new and sometimes not-so-new software ideas, whether it’s a crowdsourcing app, an ad management platform, or social sharing innovation. Because of the ability for programmers to iterate quickly and learn from their mistakes without the constraints of the real world, software can  be optimized much more quickly than hardware. But in the spirit of …