It wasn’t an easy start for Geoffrey Burnstock. But despite the early challenges, a glorious and varied scientific career developed. He played a key role in the discovery of the neurotransmitter ATP in animal cells and worked on the development of a range of important pharmaceuticals. Now in his 80s and still working, Geoffrey Burnstock is a fellow of the Royal Society.
The Political Science of The Daily Show — From Comedy Central’s World News Headquarters in New York, Neil sits down with Jon Stewart of The Daily Show to discuss the comic (and cosmic) connections between the worlds of science and politics.
From http://www.abc.net.au/rn/scienceshow/stories/2010/3095050.htm Andy Hopper outlines a range of ways for the computer industry and individuals to save power. This is made possible using technologies including crowd sourcing and individual metering.