Two years ago, a consortium of scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs announced a plan to synthesise an artificial human genome from scratch – an extremely ambitious endeavour that’s struggled to secure funding. Project organisers have now disclosed details of a scaled-down version of the venture, but with a goal that’s still quite audacious: creating human cells that are invulnerable to infections.
Garry Rogers Motorsport is seeing positive steps in the performances of Supercars rookie James Golding, beyond his results.
The system to be used to illuminate the maiden Red Rooster Sydney SuperNight 300 will give Supercars drivers “plenty of light”, Garth Tander believes after attending a simulation to glean feedback.
Garry Rogers Motorsport is working with Holden teams to refine front splitters on the new ZB Commodore, but had already sought to prevent the problems that arose at Phillip Island.
Some smartwatches come with powerful processors, lots of storage, and robust software, but have limited capabilities compared to smartphones thanks to their tiny touchscreens. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, however, have now created a smartwatch prototype with a built-in projector that turns the wearer’s arm into a smartphone-sized touchscreen.
It was recently confirmed that the new Gmail will contain a ‘Confidential Mode’ which will allow users send emails that will be destroyed after a set period of time.
Chris Pither’s Symmons Plains round win shows he and Garry Rogers Motorsport are “really in the hunt” for the title, following a quiet start to the Dunlop Super2 Series.
Victorian teenager Nic Carroll will return to the Toyota 86 Racing Series for his second season this weekend.
Chris Pither has taken his first Super2 race win of the season and Brodie Kostecki a career best second in challenging conditions at Symmons Plains.
Chris Pither scored back-to-back ARMOR ALL Pole Positions for Round 2 of the 2018 Dunlop Super2 Series at the Typerpower Tasmania SuperSprint.