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mRNA technology for vaccines and more: An Ars Frontiers recap

Enlarge / On May 22, John Timmer (left) moderated a panel featuring Karin Bok (center) and Nathaniel Wang (right) for the Ars Frontiers 2023 session titled, "Beyond COVID: What Does mRNA Technology Mean for Disease Treatment?" (credit: Ars Technica) The world of biomedicine has developed a lot of technology that seems...

Wed May 31, 2023 01:58
Beating the heat: These plant-based iridescent films stay cool in the sun

Enlarge / A colorful, textured bi-layer film made from plant-based materials cools down when it’s in the sun. (credit: Qingchen Shen) Summer is almost here, bringing higher temperatures and prompting many of us to crank up the air conditioning on particularly hot days. The downside to A/C is that the units gobble up energy...

Wed May 31, 2023 01:58
What to expect at WWDC 2023: Reality Pro, iOS 17, and new MacBooks

Enlarge / Inside the Steve Jobs Theater building at Apple's headquarters. (credit: Samuel Axon) Apple's 2023 Worldwide Developer Conference is just a few days away—it kicks off with a keynote on Monday, June 5. That keynote will be livestreamed (we'll liveblog it, too), and it's expected to be a doozy. The WWDC keynote...

Wed May 31, 2023 00:30
Arm announces the Cortex X4 for 2024, plus a 14-core M2-fighter

An overview of Arm's new chips. [credit: Arm ] Over the weekend, Arm showed off its vision for the next generation of flagship CPUs. As usual,...

Wed May 31, 2023 00:30
It’s prison day for Elizabeth Holmes; 11-year sentence has begun in Texas

Enlarge / Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos Inc., center, arrives at Federal Prison Camp Bryan in Bryan, Texas, US, on Tuesday, May 30, 2023. (credit: Getty | Bloomberg) Disgraced biotech entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes has arrived at a federal prison in Texas to begin her 11-year, three-month sentence for defrauding...

Tue May 30, 2023 22:18
Lawyer cited 6 fake cases made up by ChatGPT; judge calls it “unprecedented”

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Andrey Popov) A lawyer is in trouble after admitting he used ChatGPT to help write court filings that cited six nonexistent cases invented by the artificial intelligence tool. Lawyer Steven Schwartz of the firm Levidow, Levidow, & Oberman "greatly regrets having utilized generative...

Tue May 30, 2023 22:18


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