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Samsung aims for console-like mobile gaming with Exynos 2200 processor

Samsung has announced its latest premium mobile processor ahead of its scheduled February 8 Unpacked event, promising to "change the way we experience mobile gaming." The Exynos 2200 comes packing in-house graphics based on AMD RDNA 2 architecture with hardware-based ray tracing.Continue ReadingCategory: Mobile Technology, TechnologyTags: Samsung, smartphones,...

The highlights of the 2021 science, sci-fi and technology auction year

This is the second part of a two-part overview of the 2021 auction year – a year where investors channeled more of their wealth into “investments of passion” than ever before.Continue ReadingCategory: Collectibles, LifestyleTags: Christie's, Sotheby's, Propstore, University Archives (Auction House), Bonhams, Heritage Auctions, Fonsie Mealey, Ketterer...

World's fastest genome sequencer diagnoses genetic disease in hours

Genome sequencing can be used to determine whether a patient’s illness is genetic, but it usually takes weeks to get results. A new ultra-rapid technique can sequence a person’s genome and diagnose genetic diseases in just a few hours, earning it a Guinness World Record.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: DNA, Genome, Sequencer, Stanford...

Eco-friendly plastics made from sugars boast "unprecedented" properties

The search for sustainable alternatives to common plastics has researchers investigating how their building blocks can be sourced from places other than petroleum, and for scientists behind a promising new study, this has led them straight to the sweet stuff. The team has produced a new form of plastic with "unprecedented" mechanical properties that...

Indicators of life in Martian meteorite may be due to ancient water

A mystery that has puzzled scientists for over 25 years may finally have been solved as a new study led by the Carnegie Institution for Science's Andrew Steele suggests that signs of ancient life in a famous Martian meteorite may be due to geochemical processes.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, ScienceTags: Mars, Life, Geology

Ancient empire used psychedelic beer to win friends and influence people

New research published in the journal Antiquity suggests an ancient South American civilization spiked a beer-like drink with psychoactive drugs as a way of maintaining social cohesion and forging new bonds with surrounding communities.Continue ReadingCategory: ScienceTags: Archeology, History, Drugs, Society

Modular Crossover kitchen hitches serious cooking muscle to an RV

Magma has established itself as a marine grill brand, and now it's looking to become a staple in van life, RVing and tailgating. The company's new Crossover Series debuts as one of the most versatile outdoor cooking systems on the market, pairing single- and dual-burner stoves with RV mounts and a series of interchangeable components that let nomadic...

Cellular support network boosts the regeneration of injured nerves

After an injury, nerves often struggle to regrow completely, leaving patients with reduced mobility and sensation. In tests on rats, Irish researchers have now demonstrated a way to improve nerve repair using proteins from the supporting network around cells.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Nerves, Injuries, Regenerative Medicine, Regeneration,...

Targeting an enzyme in fat cells drives rapid weight loss in obese mice

One hormone we are seeing implicated more and more in obesity research goes by the name of leptin, and scientists continue to demonstrate how changing the way the body responds to it might lead to improved health. A new study has shown how targeting an enzyme within fat cells can alter sensitivity to leptin and in turn drive rapid weight loss in obese...

Nanoparticle innovation promises improved type 1 diabetes treatment

Researchers at Northwestern University have developed a new kind of nanotherapy to enhance the effectiveness of a potential cure for type 1 diabetes. The innovation packages immunosuppressive drugs into nanoparticles to reduce the likelihood of a body rejecting newly transplanted islet cells.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Diabetes,...

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