Curiosity Daily Podcast: Rice TV Screen, Satellite Warfare, Unraveled DNA
Do you want to know about a new environmentally friendly way to make TV Screens, what future space warfare might look like, and how we have finally completely unraveled the human genome?
Episode show notes:
Rice is more than food. It’s TV.
- World’s First LED Lights Developed from Rice Husks by Hiroshima University
- Orange–Red Si Quantum Dot LEDs from Recycled Rice Husks by Shiho Terada, et al.
- What is Quantum Dot Display Technology? by Dave Haynes
- Exploring the Environmental Impact of Quantum Dots by Rachel Berkowitz
- Analysts Warn Anti-Satellite Weapons Have Evolved Beyond Missiles by Wired
- Russia Conducts Destructive Anti-Satellite Missile Test by Anthony Blinken
- UK Presses UN on Treaty Over Space Weapons by Amanda Miller
- Satellite Debris Forces Space Station Crew to Take Shelter; U.S. Blames "Reckless" Russian Missile Test by William Harwood
- Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) by Atomic Heritage Foundation
- Complete Human Genome Sequenced for First Time In Major Breakthrough by Becky Ferreira
- The Complete Sequence of a Human Genome by Sergey Nurk, et al.
- What is the Human Genome Project by The National Human Genome Research Institute
- A Brief Guide to Genomics by The National Human Genome Research Institute
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