Many medical issues affect nerves, from injuries and chemotherapy to glaucoma and multiple sclerosis. The common theme in these scenarios is destruction of nerve axons, the long wires that transmit signals to other parts of the body. Researchers have n… Continue reading →
Humanity came one step closer in January to being able to replicate itself, thanks to the EU’s approval of funding for the Human Brain Project. Danica Kragic, a robotics researcher and computer science professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in … Continue reading →
Dan Lashof, Program Director, Climate & Clean Air, Washington, D.C.
OK, California hasn’t cut its emissions that much yet, but in May the California Council on Science and Technology published an important study of how Califor… Continue reading →
Amanda Eaken, Deputy Director, Sustainable Communities, San Francisco
Today the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) voted 14 – 1 to adopt the first Sustainable Communities Strategy to implement SB 375 in California. Afte… Continue reading →