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Alice Carpenter

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I am a guest writer at Aspioneer. I am specializing in the categories of economy, healthcare and materials science. Cheers!
Practising mindfulness meditation for ten minutes a day improves concentration and the ability to keep information active in one’s mind, a function known as “working memory”. The brain achieves this by becoming more efficient, literally requiring fewer brain resources...
The legalization of cannabis for adult use in Canada is one of the biggest national public policy shifts that many of us will ever witness in our lifetimes. This historic change in drug policy was proposed by the Canadian government...
Retailers, struggling to connect with their customers, have been trialling new technologies to blend in-store and digital experiences. Interactive kiosks, mobile-friendly websites and transactional apps have become the norm. But shoppers are looking for deeper connections. If mobile is the glue...
The new species will be result of gene-editing and would end human civilization. Days after the publication of his last paper Stephen Hawking is back in limelight. The newest is an essay by him published in Sunday Times from his...
Most business start-ups end badly. While the number of new businesses created in the UK in 2016 – 414,000 – looks impressive at first, it is less so when set against the number that failed that same year: 328,000. Failure has...
The next step of 3D printing is taking a leap forward. Incorporating the tedious mechanical programming steps directly into the 3-D printing process, the new 4D printer can now print complex multi-material self arranging objects.
Digital technology has transformed the established ways of doing business across industries – and banking is no exception. New start ups are challenging traditional service providers with a more personalised and innovative service. Traditional banks have been slow to...
With increase in antibiotic resistance in disease causing bacteria it is increasingly becoming difficult to combat infections. Consequently alternate treatment like phage therapy may gain back its lost importance. Like any other organisms cell gets infected by bacteria, bacterial cells can be also attacked by carefully selected specific virus called bacteriophages (phage shortly). These phages act by killing bacteria by incorporating them in their lifecycle.
It can affect your organisation..... With the increase in popularity and value of cryptocurrencies interest in malicious cryptomining malware is also growing strong. Cryptocurrencies use cryptography to secure transactions and mint new virtual coins which are generated when computers loaded...
Gene-editing technology used to fit entire genome of yeast on a single large chromosome. The new finding can help in studying fundamental concepts in chromosome biology, including replication, recombination and segregation. CRISPR technology may even pave a way for developing completely human-made species in future.

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