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Dynamic camouflage will let soldiers hide like a squid

Apr 24, 2015
Taking inspiration from animals to design the camouflage of the future.
Posted In: squid, camouflage, Science, military, energy

A conversation with director of the U.S. Patent Office

Apr 15, 2015
Intellectual property, abusive litigation, and social innovation.
Posted In: patents, Science, women, entrepreneurs

What a school science project looks like in 2015

Mar 23, 2015
Paper mache volcanoes, no more.
Posted In: science fair, Science, STEM

A relic of science education goes offline

Mar 5, 2015
The NEWTON Ask A Scientist website answered student questions for almost 25 years.
Posted In: Science, Internet, Education, STEM
 Scientists Kamel Khalili, left, and Rafal Kaminski, work in a lab at Temple University in Philadelphia.

As funding drops, scientists turn to the crowd

Jan 1, 2015
Crowdfunding comes to the research lab, and websites spring up to vet projects.
Posted In: crowdfunding, Science, research, federal funding
David Eagleman

How do you perceive time? Jump off a building and see

Oct 3, 2014
To understand our economic choices, scientist Dave Eagleman says we should look at how our brains process time and information.
Posted In: neuroscience, Science, science fiction
Miners pushing an ore car into the Grace tin and tungsten mine in Bolivia, circa 1945.

Tungsten: just try and smash it

Sep 23, 2014
The element that is behind lighting and writing.
Posted In: elements, Science

You love my job: JPL's Bobak Ferdowsi

Sep 12, 2014
NASA's mohawk guy sounds like he has a dream job, but his days in the office are a lot like the terrestrial jobs on earth.
Posted In: NASA, dream job, Science

DARPA looks to biotechnology for next innovations

Mar 31, 2014
An interview on how DARPA is adapting to a changing tech landscape
Posted In: DARPA, brain initiative, prosthetics, biotechnology, Science

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