2020-08-06 12:43:00| Fool.com Headlines
There are several reasons why the U.S. government might be choosing not to back the development of INO-4800 with big money, but two stand out.
2020-08-06 02:19:09| digg
NBC anchor Chuck Todd was skeptical last year that President Donald Trump, who has spent years battling institutions and shredding norms, would agree to the general election debate schedule.
2020-08-04 08:01:09| Fast Company
For achieving quantum supremacy, Hartmut Neven is one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People of 2020. A pioneer in AI-powered computer vision, whose research helps power Google Maps, YouTube, and more, Hartmut Neven now leads Google’s efforts in quantum computing—the still-emerging science that aims to transform fields as diverse as pharmaceutical discovery and financial services by manipulating subatomic particles. In October 2019, his team published a paper stating that its processor, Sycamore, had achieved “quantum supremacy” by performing calculations in 200 seconds that would take 10,000 years with a conventional computer. The feat wasn’t without controversy—quantum rival IBM contended that its fastest supercomputer would take only two and a half days to do the same, downgrading the magnitude of Google’s claim—but it was still widely hailed as a landmark.Read Full Story
2020-07-31 13:20:00| Fool.com Headlines
Kamada might be the least well-known biotech company working on a COVID-19 treatment right now.
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