Using a gene from a jellyfish, allowing them to produce a green fluorescent protein, scientists in Uruguay have announced the world's first genetically-modified phosphorescent sheep. The nine sheep were born in October of 2012 at Uruguay's Institute of Animal Reproduction, an experiment conducted in conjunction with the Institut Pasteur.
Nextbigfuture believes the potential of adiabatic and quantum computing will become more clear over the next two to eight years DWave is scaling the number of qubits in their adiabatic quantum computing chips. DWave has shown off a chip with 2048 qubits.
Designed by young Chase Freedmen, the Brick Sound Kit is fun right out of the box and it works as a standalone toy, as well as a Lego® compatible toy that snaps easily to your bricks, letting you add recorded sounds through an iOS or Android app.
Whether saving you a few minutes of sleep in the morning or helping you multitask while cooking dinner, home automation gadgets can make help make your life a little easier. Here are a few great examples from our friends at Modernize.