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Category : Med & Neuro

Longevity as a burden? I think not!

Categories: .General, Biz, Med & Neuro
Published on: August 23, 2014

What’s wrong with the World’s pension systems today? Living longer should be perceived as a dream-come-true and as great achievement, but instead it is perceived as a “Longevity risk” and as a problem. How come the cure for cancer be perceived as a condition in need of cure? Time to reverse the course to welfare[…]


Published on: March 1, 2013

It is about time to abandon the stupid habit of communication by mouth (using the silly mechanics and sound waves) when our thoughts are electro-chemical in nature …. a) The Visionary – Kevin Warwick… [youtube]http://youtu.be/cx45D9aWEeY[/youtube]   b) Some previous works (far from exhaustive)…  Monkeys Use Brain Interface to Move and Feel Virtual Objects…    […]

The Human Brain Project

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Published on: January 30, 2013

[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/53109450[/vimeo] http://uk.news.yahoo.com/billion-euro-supercomputer-to–simulate-entire-human-brain—120811728.html “The HBP will build new platforms for “neuromorphic computing” and “neurorobotics”, allowing researchers to develop new computing systems and robots based on the architecture and circuitry of the brain,” EFPL scientists said in a statement this week.   The Swiss project likened the research to the Large Hadron’s Collider’s exploration of the subatomic[…]

A new hope

Categories: .General, Bio-tech, Med & Neuro
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Published on: April 10, 2012

“Vaxil Biotherapeutics Ltd. announced today positive interim results from its Phase I/II therapeutic cancer vaccine trial in Multiple Myeloma patients. Vaxil is a private clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing a new class of synthetic T-cell vaccines based on its proprietary VaxHit technology. Vaxil’s lead product ImMucin is an anti-MUC1 therapeutic vaccine and is currently being[…]

Face Off/On

Published on: March 28, 2012

After suffering trough a disfigured face for fifeteen years “Richard Lee Norris, of Hillsville, Va., is recovering well after an amazing” medical procedure.   Read the full article which tells the story of a life but also tells the story of a life-long quest. http://health.yahoo.net/experts/dayinhealth/face-transplant-surgery-richard-lee-norris

Where Homo Evolutis term originated

Published on: December 28, 2011

Juan Enriquez "Homo Evolutis TED Speech"

Yet another fatal disease being solved by science

Categories: Med & Neuro
Published on: August 11, 2011

Gene therapy – another rapidly growing field of medicine (where genes are used to alter human cells properties) solves CLL, also known as chronic lymphocytic leukemia. The next in line are Ovarian cancer and Brain cancer. The so called  CART19-cell infusion cured 3 different men in a matter of months after battling cancer for decades. Now it[…]

Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die

Categories: Ethics & Law, Med & Neuro
Published on: June 11, 2011

How longer would we cope with Death? Without a doubt it is a question to which we would turn over and over again until we refuse the indignity to die from Natural causes (it is capital N because it is Nature to blame). And surely we will overcome death sooner that later. But the question[…]

Humans Keep Getting Faster; Why Not Horses?

Published on: June 11, 2011

(Some comments provoked by this article or at least by its title): http://www.thepostgame.com/features/201106/humans-keep-getting-faster-why-not-horses Shortest answer is “Duh!” This is one of those peripheral signs of technological progress that you notice but you never seem to notice. The original article only scratches the surface of the issue but one might as well read about Oscar Pistorius[…]

One less fatal disease

Categories: Med & Neuro
Published on: May 31, 2011

In the accelerated progress foreward, there is always going to be some doubt along the way. While it is a rational human quality, doubt should not diverge us from our ever-so-closing goal – zero fatal diseases, dying only by concious actions. “Researchers at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Canada have cured cancer last week,[…]

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