Monthly Archives: November 2006

Our Technological Future – Mixed Bag #6

Another great collection of recent breakthroughs in technology.

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Cell transplants ‘restore sight’

A Quantum Leap in Data Encryption

Cheap, Superefficient Solar

Supercomputing’s Next Revolution

IBM accelerates push into 3D virtual worlds

Samsung creates machine-gunning robot, doesn’t play MP3s

Pre-DOCSIS 3.0 rollout in South Korea hits 100Mbps

Digital newspapers by 2008

Stem cells fend off lung cancer

Progress recorded in HIV vaccine development

10 Emerging Technologies (hot!!!)

Dark Matter Made Visible

Scientists create artificial gut

Robot to Look After Elderly

Robot cars rev up for the city

Watching the Insides of a Cell

Going for a blast into the real past

Robot Discovers Itself, Adapts to Injury

Drug Doubles Endurance, Study Says

Polio “could be eradicated” by end of decade

Wind Powered Robot

Here comes the fastest storage in the world

Legendary Swords’ Sharpness, Strength From Nanotubes, Study Says

Japanese boffins show off 512-core chip

Robot learns to grasp everyday chores

Our Technological Future – Mixed Bag #5

Where can you get 27 of the coolest technology links, all collected in one blogpost?

That’s right. Only here, on Our Technological Future.

Very realistic and lifelike water simulation


Self-assembling gel stops bleeding in seconds

SuperBus Answers to Your Texts

ZPrinter 310 Plus

Physicians Stop Liver Cancer with Millions of Glass Beads

Antimatter and matter combine in chemical reaction

Physicists make atomic clock breakthrough

Symbian forecasts the death of the PC

Study: Stem Cells Could Treat ALS

MIT technique reveals inner lives of red blood cells

Digital age may bring total recall in future

Portable ‘lab on a chip’ could speed blood tests

A giant hop for robot-kind

Scientists say cancer-killing virus developed

St Mary’s pilots ground-breaking tumour treatment

100 MPG Available Now!

Electronic chip, interacting with the brain, modifies pathways for controlling movement

Software generates video news bulletins

Team develops DNA switch to interface living organisms with computers

Pentagon’s exoskeleton

Flexible electronic paper

One for the Ages: A Prescription That May Extend Life

Computing, 2016: What Won’t Be Possible?


The quantum world is about to get bigger


Rerouting Brain Circuits with Implanted Chips


Researchers teach computers how to name images by ‘thinking’

Brain in a Dish