A cancer "vaccine" eliminated tumors in mice
In January 2018, researchers at Stanford University announced in a press release that they were recruiting lymphoma patients in a clinical trial to test a potential cancer vaccine. The news came after the researchers successfully eliminated tumors in mice. 
The team of researchers found that injecting "minute amounts of two immune-stimulating agents directly into solid tumors in mice can eliminate all traces of cancer in the animals, including distant, untreated metastases." 
Specifically, by injecting one tumor site with the two agents 87 of 90 mice were cured of the cancer. Although the cancer recurred in three of the mice, the tumors again regressed after a second treatment. 
The hope is that a vaccine of the sort would be both affordable and eliminate the need for cancer treatments that attack the immune system and result in adverse side effects. 
"I don't think there's a limit to the type of tumor we could potentially treat, as long as it has been infiltrated by the immune system," Ronald Levy, MD, professor of oncology, and the senior author of the study said in the press release. 

Heads in the cloud: Scientists predict internet of thoughts 'within decades'
Imagine a future technology that would provide instant access to the world's knowledge and artificial intelligence, simply by thinking about a specific topic or question. Communications, education, work, and the world as we know it would be transformed. 
Writing in Frontiers in Neuroscience, an international collaboration led by researchers at UC Berkeley and the US Institute for Molecular Manufacturing predicts that exponential progress in nanotechnology, nanomedicine, AI, and computation will lead this century to the development of a "Human Brain/Cloud Interface" (B/CI), that connects neurons and synapses in the brain to vast cloud-computing networks in real time. 
Nanobots on the brain 
The B/CI concept was initially proposed by futurist-author-inventor Ray Kurzweil, who suggested that neural nanorobots -- brainchild of Robert Freitas, Jr., senior author of the research -- could be used to connect the neocortex of the human brain to a "synthetic neocortex" in the cloud. Our wrinkled neocortex is the newest, smartest, 'conscious' part of the brain.
The adaptability of IoT
The IoT ecosystem is huge and wearables like Android Wear, Apple Watch, and Fitbit were just the initial spark. Soon, everything from driverless cars, home appliances, communication devices, and business processes will always be connected, meaning enormous amounts of data will be created.  
Be it fitness and healthcare to manufacturing and retail, everyone is quite excited about the possibilities that Internet of Things will present. Thus, it demands vigilance of software developers to allow them to figure out how to best program devices that will assist the users in controlling them. These developers will be focusing on developing applications that allow for seamless controlling of devices from anywhere and at any time.
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