Following the deaths of five patients, Juno Therapeutics has decided to pull the plug on an experimental cancer treatment that boosts the power of a patient’s immune cells. The news comes just days after the company’s rival, Kite Pharma, announced its success with a similar method, showing there’s still hope for this…
Clinical trials of a promising new therapy, in which white blood cells are reprogrammed to attack cancer cells, has resulted in the deaths of three patients. In response, the US Food and Drug Administration has ordered a temporary halt to the trial.
In a bid to use modern technology to recreate a dream of the 1970s, Whole Food has developed a shopping cart which uses Kinect and a tablet to follow you round the store and monitor what you buy. But who really cares?
This wind-powered cart breaks the rules of science because it's actually faster than the wind itself. When the wind was only blowing at 20mph, the cart managed to hit speeds of 50mph. Here's how it works.
The transforming Ville concept folding bicycle is no mere bike—it is a bike-slash-shopping cart hybrid vehicle for the 21st century eco-friendly consumer. It is bicycle and grocery containment in one convenient form factor.
Terminators have night and infrared vision. But they had to start somewhere, right? In 1979, a robot at Stanford called Cart that was radio-linked to a mainframe tracked and navigated 3D obstacles using a sliding camera for stereoscopic vision.
Have you ever wanted to know what it was like to be a shopping cart-type homeless person? If you did, the Korean store IdeaTopic offeres miniature shopping carts that not only roll around, but fit into each other just like real carts. In fact, if you buy enough, you can even make-believe you're going on a cart run at…
Whether this bike is used for really fast travel inside a Safeway or really slow travel from Safeway back home is irrelevant. It's a bike attached to a shopping cart, something poor people and the homeless (and enviro-nerds) have been dreaming of for years. This instructables guide shows you how to create one with all…
For the disabled, the elderly, or the extremely lazy, this Sit-Down shopping cart takes the hard work out of shopping in a way that only a butler could. The cart weighs only 10 pounds, which means it's easy to carry to and from your car, and supports up to 300 pounds on its seat.
If you're tight for space on the subway and don't mind looking like a doofus on the street, Lutz's bicycle-cart saves you from owning a bike and a luggage roller. Bicycle by day, cart by later that day, the Carry-Bike is useful in both modes.