This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: the Kepler Space Telescope and a new false positive probabilistic analysis confirms the discovery of 1,284 new planets.
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: gravitational lensing hints at the discovery of dark matter galaxies; SpaceX gets a superhero spacesuit; NASA celebrates Star Wars Day.
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: Biometric Brainprints; Virtual AI Surgery; May the Force Be With Us…in our Universe.
This week 100TB brings you the highlights from the world of science and technology: NASA is a step closer to its manned mission to Mars; scientists make further predictions of Planet 9’s location in our Solar System; rumors of the iCar are spreading fast.
This week 100TB brings you a breakthrough story from the world of science and technology: Stephen Hawking teams up with Yuri Milner to send nano spaceships to our nearest Star, Alpha Centauri, within a human lifetime.
100TB brings you this week’s top stories in science and technology. This week we bring you quantum spin liquids: the future of quantum computing, Facebook AI algorithms and dark matter bearded planets.
Our children’s future industries are on the horizon
It’s estimated that 65% of the jobs today’s junior school pupils will perform when they enter the workforce haven’t been invented or devised yet. What we do know is that many of the new roles will be in the high-tech STEM industries (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).
Cloaking Devices: From Harry Potter to Klingon Bird of Prey
Since our early childhoods we have all been fascinated with the idea of becoming invisible. We fantasize about all of the naughty things we could have done as kids, the tricks we could have played on others. Then we grow up a little, and our fascination gears towards cloaking devices, such as the iconic Klingon Bird-of-Prey ship, which was eventually developed to fire weapons whilst being invisible. Such a device was described as an energy screen which made the hidden object undetectable to sensors.