Dear science, where would we be without you?
We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth chemically. To the rest of the universe atomically.Neil DeGrasse Tyson
We absolutely agree with him because we are all part of one mind, we are made of energy.
Are you prone to energies around you? Can you feel people’s energy? Maybe technology still doesn’t know how to measure this transfer of energies between humans but this energy is contagious.
We are not kidding!
We are talking about the positive and negative energy of a person. Why is it that you avoid people you don’t get along with in school? How do you feel comfortable and safe around your friends? How does a charismatic person somehow end up raising your energy, mood, and productivity in the office?
What does that mean? Fundamentally, universally, our very dear science is behind this.
When You Believe
Do you not believe that Artificial Intelligence is the most powerful invention of science? As per Sundar Pichai, AI is man’s greatest invention since the discovery of fire.
Machines interpreting your behavior, imitating your ways of performing certain jobs. It is fascinating to think that one-day computerized models will adopt human cognition.
What if stars didn’t exist?
We spent our entire childhood believing that stars act as lampposts to find our way at night. However, our very dear science tells us that “the origin of heavy elements, such as the iron in your blood, the oxygen we’re breathing, the silicone in your computers, lies in the lifecycle of stars.”
These are not our words but words of Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz. In a TED talk, he explains the concept in such a way:
Nuclear reactions take lighter elements and transform them into heavier ones, and that causes stars to shine and ultimately explode, therefore enriching the universe with these heavy elements. So without stellar death, there would be no oxygen or other elements heavier than hydrogen and helium, and therefore, there would be no life.Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz
So, are you breathing stars? Dear science, thank you!
Dear Science, where would we be without you?
Synthetic biology is a field of science that sort of reproduces organisms with new capabilities for valuable purposes. Researchers worldwide are working on this phenomenon to solve several problems in cultivation, medicine, and manufacturing.
Most of you may not be familiar with this concept but this is a field of the future for numerous reasons.
- The community is pushing the limits in the field of medicine by creating microbes that will abolish tumors in your body before self-destructing.
- The ‘go green’ concept works well here; the field is providing the best ways to clean your environment. Some organisms are being made that consume toxic chemicals in water or soil.
- Acrylic elements are used in paints to make them durable and odor-free. Companies like OPX Biotechnologies (OPXBIO) are making bio-based paints that are made from materials such as vegetable oils and natural pigments.
That is not it. But Synthetic biology also captures CO2 from the atmosphere and alters it into products by naturally changing CO2-fixing organisms. One fascinating example is how bacteria nourished with CO2 can harvest proteins to swap fish in fishmeal.
Can you envision your world without cars, computers, cell phones, printers, telescopes, or even antibiotics or pain-reliever such as Paracetamol?
You are alive today because our science discovered all those essentials for you. The world where you live is survivable because of science.
So, dear science, thank you!
What can you contribute to science and technology?
We have been exploring the industrial potential of the Robot Operating System (ROS) because we believe that the universal adoption of ROS is ultimately inevitable.
We expect you need to include building specialized software, integrated with multiple gadgets and servers
Why don’t you work with our skilled engineers and explore the potential of ROS yourself?