I think it best to lead with the results of the Climate Talks in Paris:
Here’s the latest news on the Singularity front
DNA-based electromechanical switch demonstrated which may lead to DNA being used as nanoscaled computer components.
Here’s the latest developments in Health Research. Note: there were also some news regarding sexual health I thought worth incorporating into future sci-fi stories so I have added them, and used the correct terms for them even if it’s a more overt than I’m comfortable with using for a public post. I need to clearly state what they are so my readers will know what they are about.
What Really Happens When You Get Shot, and here’s a new treatment program for them FDA Approves Device That Can Plug Gunshot Wounds in 15 Seconds
This looks like it could be the basis of a good sci-fi story: Are There Genes for Intelligence—And Is It Racist to Ask?
It’s risky and experimental but they have plenty of volunteers!Penis Transplants Being Planned to Help Wounded Troops
For those of you who like to hear the latest news in Physics
Still room for speculation even among scientists themselves. Why Trust A Theory? Physicists And Philosophers Debate The Scientific Method
German scientists achieve ‘landmark breakthrough’ in nuclear fusion, which would be useful in the clean/green energy front.
Time Travel Could Solve Complex Math Problems by using entanglement and “closed timelike curve.”
Here’s a shout out to futurists.
This is a useful product I’m sure will become mainstream: This Sound-Absorbing Modular Wall Lets You Build an Office Anywhere
Science can also help historical writers unearth facts for their writing.
I found some Space Exploration tidbits this week.
The Hunt for Alien Molecules Astrochemists are discovering many compounds in the cosmos that cannot exist on Earth