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Renewable targets require greater efforts, says Oettinger

It is imperative that EU member states intensify their efforts to meet the EU’s renewable energy targets, stresses European Commissioner for Energy Günther H Oettinger...
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Making the drone distinction: autonomous robot awareness

Chairman of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control Professor Noel Sharkey explains to Editor Lauren Smith why greater awareness of autonomous robotic weapons is needed...
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Exploring cryonics: could science offer new life after death?

Fields such as regenerative medicine and nanomedicine have transformed cryonics from a fringe science into a discipline with genuine potential, says futurist Dr Max More...
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International Conference on Computational Cell Biology

Virgina Bioinformatics Institute, Blacksburg, VA, USA
14 August 2013 to 16 August 2013

INTECOL 2013: Into the Next 100 Years

ExCel Centre, London, UK
18 August 2013 to 23 August 2013


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