Nov 2, 2010
After 30 years, NASA's Shuttle program will end. Bloomberg Businessweek's Paul Barrett wrote a story about the ending of the program and talks with Jeremy Hobson about the impact this will have on Florida and America's competitiveness.
Oct 29, 2010
That's one theory researcher Craig Hogan wants to test by using two of the world's most precise clocks being built now. Craig is a particle...
Oct 27, 2010
It's on UStream....
Oct 22, 2010
It's another day and another privacy problem at Facebook. This time the social network appears to be outing gay and lesbian users to advertisers.
Oct 19, 2010
Apparently, it's a team up effort between Google and the Israeli Antiquities Authority. I hope commenting is not enabled....
Oct 8, 2010
The war in Afghanistan has cost a lot of lives and money. In an effort to save both, Company I of the Third Battalion, Fifth Marines is conducting an experiment using renewable energy technology like solar panels and LED lights, and training Marines to operate it. The idea is to cut back on the the risk and expense of transporting fossil fuels across Afghanistan.
Oct 4, 2010
The 2010 Nobel Prize in medicine went to the scientist who developed in vitro fertilization. Marketplace's Steve Henn took a look at the multi-billion dollar industry the scientific discovery spawned.
Sep 20, 2010
The nano vehicle is full of chemotherapy drugs. It drives straight into cancer cells and releases the payload -- doesn't react and release chemo...
Sep 17, 2010
There was some heavy weather in Brooklyn yesterday. A tornado? A funnel cloud?...