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The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is the first outside of London to get the machine. This machine is called a confocal microscope. They are made up of two separate units. And they contain a series of lasers to scan the upper layer of the skin
BBC News 24
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European Union. It's a nonstarter. Let yet another layer of complexity. It all starts to tomorrow. Hopefully we can have you back with your perspective. Hopefully I can say I was wrong. We shall see
Tom's Hardware UK
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Square Enix won't let you progress beyond level 35--the current level cap is 60--and will restrict you to the first 10 layers of the 200-layer Deep Dungeon.
ScienceDaily
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Design Milk - Home
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How do you record ideas? Oliver: It is a bit different between the two of us. Jean uses her notebook that is always in her bag a lot. That way it is more spontaneous and ideas can be recorded on the go. It is also a way to make sure all sketches stay together. I personally prefer trace paper. There is something soothing about a seemingly endless roll of trace paper and the ability to continuously layer the sketches on top of one another. They are a bit harder to keep around but if there is something to a sketch, it stays on the table for a while. A lot of ideas linger in our heads, notebooks and trace paper sketches until they get a bit more attention when moving forward into physical models form and computer models. Do you have an inspiration board? What's on it right now? We dont really work with inspiration or mood boards. That part of our work is internal where we carry ideas and influences around with us.
Breitbart News
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In the period from 2000-2015, the hole in the ozone layer shrank by more than 4 million square kilometersnearly a billion acres—according to a new report in the journal Science.
Futurity
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The power factor refers to the effectiveness of active cooling. That's when an electrical current carries heat away, as shown in this study, while passive cooling is when heat diffuses naturally. Graphene has major upsides. It's a one-atom-thick layer of graphite, which is the flaky stuff inside a pencil. The thinnest flakes, graphene, consist of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice that looks like chicken wire. It conducts electricity better than copper, is 100 times stronger than steel and quickly diffuses heat. The graphene is placed on devices made of boron nitride, which is extremely flat and smooth as a skating rink, Andrei explains. Silicon dioxide—the traditional base for chipshinders performance because it scatters electrons that can carry heat away. Little fans and water In a tiny computer or smartphone chip, billions of transistors generate lots of heat, and that's a big problem, Andrei says.
The Week
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"Musk's vision comprises of a 'digital layer' built into the brain that'll merge computers with our own grey matter," says Alphr . According to the BBC , Neuralink, which has recently been registered as a "medical research" firm, will "develop so-called 'neural lace' technology which would implant tiny electrodes into the brain". It adds "the technique could be used to improve memory or give humans added artificial intelligence." Sources close to Musk told the Wall Street Journal he has "taken an active role setting up the California-based company and may play a significant leadership role". Wired says he is "tapping into an incredibly timely and topical technology that is already being worked on by researchers across the globe". He appears to be "taking on the more seemingly realistic and profitable challenge of symptom control", the site adds, "before venturing into total man-machine brain mergers.
PC Pro
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Curtis Moldrich 53 min 59 sec ago The Future Elon Musk is already known for futuristic projects such as the high-speed Hyperloop transport system, and Space X’s reusable rockets – but he’s just unveiled his most sci-fi like scheme yet. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal this week, the SpaceX and Tesla CEO unveiled Neuralink Crop., a new venture that aims to to supercharge humans with devices planted in the brain. Yes, really. The idea is simple. As we gain access to even more information, and the capability of AI also increases, it’d be useful to have a hard-wired connection to the internet – or just additional resources. Musk’s vision comprises of a “digital layerbuilt into the brain that’ll merge computers with our own grey matter. In this way, Neuralink-enabled humans would feature improved memory – or even be able to connect to computers directly.
Brown Eyed Baker
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Well, add another one to the list! I was flipping through an old cookbook I hadn't looked at in years (the Flour cookbook ), and I saw a recipe for a Milky Way tart. I had everything I needed to make it, and less than a day later we were devouring it. I ended up using the crust recipe from the book, my own caramel sauce recipe , and made the mousse-like layer a little more chocolatey and bit less whipped cream-y than it was in the book. It turned out to be a fabulous dessert, and one that my husband said was extremely dangerous to keep in the house. If you love candy bars, or just the combination of chocolate and caramel, you'll adore this Milky Way tart! Four years ago: Coconut-Vanilla Bean Cake with Coconut Meringue Buttercream Frosting Six years ago: Salmon Pierogies Nine years ago: Ambrosia Cupcakes Ten years ago: Baked Mac n' Cheese Print Recipe Did you make this recipe? Leave a review » Milky Way Tart Yield: 8 servings Prep: 1 hour Cook: 35 minutes Total: 12 hours A pate sucree crust is filled with homemade caramel sauce and whipped milk chocolate mousse, then topped with a drizzle of caramel and milk chocolate curls.
ScienceDaily
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An extra layer of fat wont provide a cushion against pain – in fact, obese people are more sensitive to pressure pain than those who are not overweight, and they are equally susceptible to extremes of hot and cold.
21stCenturyWire
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If you assume any rate of advancement in [artificial intelligence], we will be left behind by a lot ,” he said at a conference last June. The solution he proposed was a “direct cortical interface”—essentially a layer of artificial intelligence inside the brain—that could enable humans to reach higher levels of function. Mr. Musk has discussed financing Neuralink primarily himself, including with capital borrowed against equity in his other companies, according to a person briefed on the plans. Neuralink has also discussed a possible investment from Founders Fund, the venture firm started by Peter Thiel, with whom Mr. Musk co-founded payments company PayPal, according to people familiar with the matter. The Verge notes that Kernel is upfront about the years of medical research necessary to better understand the human brain and pioneer new surgery techniques, software methods, and implant devices that could make a consumer brain-computer interface a reality.
Phys.Org
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The discovery of a 'storm' layer created when superfluid helium flows across a rough surface has turned a century of understanding about one of the most important discoveries in quantum physics on its head.
Mashable
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As if we needed more proof that Tony Stark, we mean, Lex Luthor, we mean Elon Musk, is really worried about robot overlords. The Tesla and Space X CEO is so worried he wants to figure out a way to keep humans at the top of the proverbial food chain as we enter the age of AI. Musk just launched Neuralink Corp., which will work to merge the human brain with computers through "neural lace" technology, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal . The company will woro to develop technology that would essentially serve as a layer of AI inside the human brain. This has been an ongoing theme for Musk; he even discussed his campaign to protect us all from becoming robot playthings in the not-so-distant future in a lengthy Vanity Fair profile. Read more... More about Neurotechnology , Artificial Intelligence , Spacex , Tesla , and Elon Musk
Mashable
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As if we needed more proof that Tony Stark, we mean, Lex Luthor, we mean Elon Musk, is really worried about robot overlords. The Tesla and Space X CEO is so worried he wants to figure out a way to keep humans at the top of the proverbial food chain as we enter the age of AI. Musk just launched Neuralink Corp., which will work to merge the human brain with computers through "neural lace" technology, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal . The company will woro to develop technology that would essentially serve as a layer of AI inside the human brain. This has been an ongoing theme for Musk; he even discussed his campaign to protect us all from becoming robot playthings in the not-so-distant future in a lengthy Vanity Fair profile. Read more... More about Neurotechnology , Artificial Intelligence , Spacex , Tesla , and Elon Musk
BBC News 24
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us out of the European Union, that the tensions between the Scottish Government and Westminster government are going to be a constant feature of that as it unfolds. This potentially that adds an extra layer to every decision taken in this particular process, how will.
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The Week
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We layer these two distillates together, combining the best of the smooth qualities of the copper with the freshness of the cold-distilled green berry. Cairbry introduced our third stage, using a system that is normally reserved for the finest of perfumes. A Supercritical column squeezes ripe juniper and extracts the "absolute" of the junipers' flavour. This extract contains oils that evoke the juniper wood smoke swirling about me from when I was young. It is an intensely rich aroma and it gives the gin a texture and length of flavour that is unique – because no other gin uses this technique. We layer this third stage, our base note as it were, onto our other two layers. It takes at least five times longer to make our gin compared to a conventional "London Dry" gin, but we think it's worth it. The fact that we are actually harvesting from the land around the distillery requires us to be very, very careful about how we look after it.
BBC One Wales
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Ireland, Southern counties of England, glorious. Temperatures beginning to respond to sunshine as well. If you are trapped underneath the layer of low cloud with an onshore breeze as well then the temperatures really are struggling. It was.
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Techradar
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Note: we've ranked these from cheapest to most expensive according to prices at time of writing. Just want something basic to give your Huawei P10 a fighting chance in a fall? Then you could do worse than this IVSO option, which comes in a range of colors, has a grippy rubberized design and a not unattractive pattern. There are more protective cases and more stylish ones, many of which youll find elsewhere in this list, but few of them are this cheap. This is a case for anyone who really doesnt like the idea of covering up their Huawei P10, but also really does want to give it some protection. Its slim, light and transparent, so from a distance your P10 almost wont look like its in a case at all, and even up close you can still admire the metal finish of your phone albeit now covered in a slightly shiny layer of plastic.
Futurity
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Techradar
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You could be trying to find the best track to for your hip hop lyrics, or laying down the foundation for the best drum and bass song ever made whatever your need, its clear you need a digital drum machine with all the trimmings. Thats where Hydrogen comes in, a free Windows app thats become one of the go-to drum machines in the music-making community. Created by Italian programmer Alessandro Comix Cominu in 2016, Hydrogen might be a relative newcomer on the beat building scene but its nonetheless a great place to start learning from scratch (or innovate on the skills you already have). Hydrogen is all about marrying the deep complexity of most other drum machine suites with a setup thats just as accessible for relative newcomers. This pattern-based sequencer offers a treasure trove of beats and utilities including humanization utilities, multi-layer instrumentation, the ability to play more than one pattern at once, and much more.