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Magazine articles on future trends in science.
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Fast Company
Liz Taurasi
Flying Cars Predicted In Two Years: What Then? Scheduled to debut in 2016 at an estimated cost of $279,000, the Transition is a street-legal car with wings that fold out to make an FAA-approved airplane. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
Jul/Aug 2014
Om Malik
Man and his Machines The world of information has surpassed human cognitive powers, And that means machines have to help us make decisions. mark for My Articles similar articles
January 30, 2014
Will 3D Printing Really Change the World? IDG Communications CEO Michael Friedenberg says it already has, as he contemplates 3-D printing technology that can create things as varied as a human liver and a new home. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
November 2013
Industrial Research Looks Into the Future, and You Can Too! Step 1: Look at existing trends. In other words, what is the current thinking about the future? mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
September 2013
Quiz! Which Future Thinker Had Which Future Thought? So asks the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, opening this month, whose exhibit Future Perfect features the visions of many different types of thinkers. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
June 26, 2013
Seth Darling
Project sunshine: how science can use the sun to fuel and feed the world McKevitt and Ryan have somehow managed to cover the history of the universe and life, and to explain how sunlight and energy are inextricably intertwined, both succinctly and compellingly. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
June 11, 2013
Arno de Klerk
A carbon-based future It is almost guaranteed that over the next 50 years most of our energy will still come from carbon-based raw materials. In this respect, there are four important issues to keep in mind. mark for My Articles similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
April 2013
G. Pascal Zachary
When Innovating, Go Slow Advances in technoscience take human ingenuity -- and time mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
March 28, 2013
Emma Stoye
Ionic liquids win Great British Innovation Vote The potential green applications of ionic liquids as solvents to dissolve almost any chemical saw them triumph over a shortlist of 11 other innovations, including graphene, gene therapy and the Raspberry Pi computer, which came second. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
February 1, 2013
Bibiana Campos Seijo
Futurology Most futurology reports in science tend to focus their predictions or the next decade but some go as far as 25 or even 50 years in to the future. Obviously the further they look, the wilder the predictions seem, but only time will tell. mark for My Articles
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