Keri Kukral

Keri is the founder of Raw Science TV. She is a bioengineer and ballet dancer so is interested in the intersection of science and media. She is also active in empowering girls and women in STEM through access to energy and telemedicine. You can follow her on Facebook: @KeriKukral

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With First Free Wi-Fi, Cuba Aims to Ramp Up Internet Access

Cuba approved the first free wi-fi public access point. Cuba’s state telecom agency Etecsa granted approval to the artist Kcho as reported by the BBC…


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Infographic: What The Internet Thinks About

“The biggest themes, broadly defined, are kids, being rich or poor, death, and self-improvement” Source- FundersandFounders.com by Anne Vital    Interactive infographic: http://fundersandfounders.com/what-internet-thinks-based-on-media/  …


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17 Yr-Old Discovered Algorithms to Detect DNA Mutations

High Schooler Andrew Jin wins $150,000 in Intel’s Science Talent Search for machine learning algorithms that detect mutations in the human genome. Source –…


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AI “Ava” from Film Ex Machina Can Schedule Your Meetings

The film studio A 24 teamed up with AI-powered personal assistant service x.ai so Ava can schedule your meetings. Source – Fastcocreate.com by Jeff Breer…


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The Most Awesome, Deadpan Interview on Space Travel Evah

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly discusses his upcoming year in space as well as the realities of future missions to Mars and long term space…


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@Mindshare: Fashion Tech Connects, Not Alienates

“Technology can connect us with our environment, not alienate us from the world.” – Benhaz Farahi (March 27, 2015) – Cross Campus, Santa Monica…


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Is Biology the new Apollo Moment? Astro Twin For 1 Yr in Space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will launch to the ISS, beginning a one-year mission in space. Source – NASA On Friday March 27, 2015…


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Map of 2nd Genetic Code (Epigenome) Revealed For Over 100 Human Cell Types

The epigenome of molecular “switches” that can turn individual genes on or off has been mapped in more than 100 types of human cells Source – Scientific American…


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The Data Behind The Doomsday Clock: Nuclear, Climate, or Robots In 2015?

New “Doomsday Dashboard” provides science behind the clock for the first time. Source – The Bulletin    Doomsday Dashboard  The Bulletin of the Atomic…


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Arsenic in Wine Industry Lawsuit, Obama Fracking Regulations

In the last week, a lawsuit was filed against the wine industry for arsenic levels and President Obama proposed fracking rules Sources – Weather.com, Patch.com,…