We can rebuild (with email)

Nov 22, 2011
Why Steve Austin and Jamie Sommers need not wear eyeglasses
Posted In: bionics, Science

NASA's big space launch -- of a weather satellite

Oct 28, 2011
It may not be a major space shuttle, but the humble satellite could provide invaluable data.
Posted In: Science

A different series of tubes

Oct 17, 2011
Carbon nanotubes are thinner than a strand of hair and are being tested to power extremely small motors. The BBC reports: "Carbon nanotubes have...
Posted In: math, Science, Tech Report, tubes

Being in hot water is a good thing

Sep 16, 2011
Yesterday, a shower was given a prize. Okay, let me explain. Nick Christy's invention for a shower that recycles hot water won the Dutch Postcode...
Posted In: Science, water

Tatooine discovered

Sep 16, 2011
NASA scientists have long thought there could be a planet out there that orbits two suns, and now they have proof. It's 200 light years away and...
Posted In: astronomy, Science, Star Wars

Chips that think and learn

Aug 18, 2011
Here's a term you might want to learn: "neurosynaptic core". It's going to be a good term to know when the Matrix is officially installed....
Posted In: brains, chips, Science, the matrix

NASA to report on impact of sun flares

Aug 18, 2011
Solar flares are unpredictable, but expected to increase in frequency over the next five years. If the explosions get close enough, they can disrupt the power grid here on earth
Posted In: Science on the importance of funding science education

Aug 10, 2011
The frontman of the musical group Black Eyed Peas also happens to be the director of creative innovation at Intel. And this Sunday, he hopes to shed light on a foundation teaching young people about science and innovation
Posted In: Science

The biggest series of cyber attacks in history

Aug 3, 2011
Computer security firm McAfee claims that more than 70 groups, including the U.S. government and the International Olympic committee, have had confidential data stolen during a five-year cyber attack campaign by a single organization
Posted In: Science

Labor too expensive? Get a robot

Aug 2, 2011
Chinese factory owner Foxconn assembles iPads and iPhones and has now announced that in the next few years it will replace a portion of its workforce -- with robots.
Posted In: Science, apple