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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
As as we enter a world of flying cars, Hyperloop systems and faster airplanes, what does it mean for our body’s natural rhythms? Dr. Ronald Evans, a researcher at the Salk Institute says that flying fast between different time zones is disorienting because it exceeds the evolution of our internal clocks and we weren’t really designed to move through time zones at that rate. The resulting disorientation or jet lag can undermine our overall health. But a cure for jet lag might be closer than you think.Oct.13.2017
The robots that won gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics02:47
An immersive ski simulator that lets Olympic skiers train in virtual reality03:50
It’s official, Switzerland is fast becoming a 'Crypto-Nation'01:03
Learning to Fly: Wind tunnel training takes ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson to new heights06:15
Everything you need to know about the science of Curling02:34
As the flu season shows signs of leveling off, a look back at how the flu vaccine came to be03:02