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In Pursuit of Memory
November 6th, 2017

Like cancer, it’s not even a single disease. The bizarre Posterior Cortical Atrophy, also known as ‘visual Alzheimer’s’, leaves the person’s memory and sense of self mostly intact, instead causing hallucinations, the sudden loss of the ability to read, recognise faces and familiar environments. One sufferer even saw everything compltely upside down.

Never Enough
October 1st, 2019

Disarmingly open about her own history of addiction, Never Enough is full of stories about Grisel’s decade or addiction, risky behaviour and wasted years. Tales of her first drink at 13, or feeling nothing at a beloved grandfather’s funeral because she was hopped up on Quaaludes are heart-wrenching.


The Body Plastic
October 10th, 2012

Search for ‘bionics’ on the web and you’ll find a huge array of electronic devices that attach to injured, diseased or otherwise damaged bodies. Exoskeleton legs that look like robotic sci-fi warriors give paraplegics the power to walk. A procedure that re-routes muscles from a severed arm into chest muscles can give an amputee control over an artificial arm simply by thinking about it.

Hack-proof data from any light source
April 16th, 2012

Data already travels by light – through fibre optic cables that transmit signals around the world. The system replicates the one/zero nature of computer data by switching the light on or off.


When Skylab Came Crashing Down
July 8th, 2019

With public interest in space travel waning and the popularity of the US government plummeting thanks to the quagmire in Vietnam, budget cuts scuppered further moon landings and a Saturn V was freed up. NASA reworked von Braun’s plans for the hardware available, and Skylab was born.

The Internet of (Temporary) Things
September 7th, 2020

The last boundary of data collection is from non-silicon-based systems like clothes, food, the environment or even our own bodies. Welcome to the Internet of Disposable Things (IoDT), where temporary or ultra-cheap sensors are embedded or affixed to any number of inexpensive media that aren’t computer-based.






The Future Files By Richard Watson Scribe ISBN 9781921215414 A$32.95 270 pages Capitalising on his name as a corporate speaker ...
April 1st, 2008

The Buzz on Mars Astronaut and author Buzz Aldrin had hardly settled back on Earth in ...
November 20th, 2015

Hack-proof data from any light source EDINBURGH: Data can be transmitted from any LED light source, allowing for ...
April 16th, 2012

Actually, it is rocket science With the methane-driven Raptor engine, SpaceX is propelling spaceflight into a ...
October 1st, 2019

Das uncrewed boot Boeing’s Orca is set to change the face of US undersea battle-readiness. ...
July 8th, 2019

Human Errors Human Errors poses the quite beautiful hypothesis that it's precisely because of ...
January 14th, 2019


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