Daily Life #3

Much science in this issue – physicists discover things they never knew existed while others search for alien hairspray, advise us to swallow microchips and use DNA to store our favourite videos.

It’s all in a day’s work here at Life on the Edge.

Remember the Large Hadron Collider?
It may have produced ‘new’ matter.

DNA as hard drives?
Why we might swap disks for strings.

‏Keep forgetting those drugs?
Swallow a microchip to remind you.

Your brain, Twitter, Facebook and the Universe.
Is there a unifying theory for their development?

You couldn’t make it up.
Serious scientists are searching for alien hairspray.

Machines need ethics too.
How to evaluate the lesser of two evils?

Data, mobile, Asia, platforms and maths.
Are they defining our future?

Turns out water and electricity do mix.
Cities can generate power from plumbing.

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