December 02, 2016Mithridates the Great, is literally one of the weirdest kings ever. His phobia caused him to be the one who used honey as the first chemical weapon in the history. He is the only king who poisoned himself regularly for years and created an antidote.Mithridates VI, also known as Eupator Dionysius, was the king of Pontus in the northern Anatolia, (Now in Turkey) between around 120–63 BC.
Last month, Elon Musk discussed supporting universal basic income to aid in the eventual day when robots replace human workers. After discussing the growing need for electricity, Musk switched subjects to the hotly contested issue of mass unemployment due to growing automation.& 34;I think we& 39;ll end up doing universal basic income,& 34; he said at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
By Shelby RogersMarch 14, 2017Glues are some of the most important substances in engineering today. The ideal adhesive should be strong yet resistant to wear and breaking down. A team of engineers at Purdue University looked to nature to create the perfect glue. Image Source: Purdue University/Jonathan Wilker The researchers studied shellfish that glue themselves in place to deter predators or resist moving during strong waters.
Image Source: Edited/Wikipedia Silicon is arguably one, if not, the most important element for humanities evolution through modern history and the industrial revolution. The element was discovered in 1824 by Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius after he heated chips of potassium inside a container, then washed away the residue and byproducts.
Engineering jobs in Robotics, 3D Printing, Artificial Intelligence, and Algorithm Engineering are changing the future. These technologies are reshaping how things around us work.The improvements are so outstanding that a lot of folks refer to it as a brand new Industrial Revolution.But does it mean “the machines” will take over our jobs?
September 24, 2016A medical emergency is the great leveler; you either rise to the challenge or crumble. Even recent first aid training can become jumbled or lost in the high stress accompanying a life-or-death situation. With this in mind, a team of students out of China developed a brilliant solution: a life-sized user guide to lifesaving.