Ground crew rolls the Solar Impulse into its hangar in Brussels after the successful flight. The vast array of solar cells is visible on the win... read more »
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Intel Labs will invest $100 million in U.S. university research over the next five years, the chipmaker announced today. Intel will open Intel Sc... read more »
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Everyone knows that speed cameras work. They create the discipline of a lissom lady in leather and make sure everyone understands just what the rules... read more »
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A Japanese scientist says he has a "reasonable chance" of successfully cloning the long-extinct woolly mammoth within just a few years, according to ... read more »
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Projects designed to help communities improve access to clean water, cook with clean-burning fuel, fortify salt to maintain nutrients, and use mobil... read more »
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Twelve years after launch and seven years after it collected dust from comet Wild 2, NASA's Stardust probe is making a bonus Valentine's Day flyby la... read more »
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Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have announced that, using inexpensive components from ordinary liquid crystal display (LCD) proje... read more »
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NASA management miscues threaten to drive up the cost of the agency's next generation space telescope by some $1.5 billion, an independent review pan... read more »
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Space Exploration Technologies, or SpaceX, plans to build a commercial heavy-lift rocket that will carry more than twice the payload of existing larg... read more »
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Looks like a thermos, but it&39's a laptop in disguise. (Credit: myRolltop) Back in 2009, more than a few people drooled over a concept video fr... read more »
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You're in a dense urban neighborhood, and you're looking for parking. You could circle for half an hour, swearing at the guy who stole the space you ... read more »
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Austin Whitney straps on his customized exoskeleton and walks around campus with the help of UC Berkeley mechanical engineering graduate students... read more »
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To the Japanese, wrapping a gift well can be as meaningful as the gift itself, elevating the simple act of wrapping to an art that is in itself a vis... read more »
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(Credit: DreamBots) No massage could ever come close to those given by Eleanor, the miracle worker who is CNET's in-house masseuse (we do have to ... read more »
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Air Force personnel in &34'self-contained atmospheric protective ensemble suits&34' perform initial post-orbit checks on the X-37B space plane earl... read more »
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Researchers in Germany are reporting two thumbs up for their first clinical trial testing a remote-controlled capsule endoscope in the stomachs of he... read more »
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We at Springwise are always happy to chronicle the spread of a good idea, but never more so than when those doing the spreading are part of the Spring... read more »
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Faced with reduced funding and an uncertain outlook, NASA's $18.7 billion fiscal 2012 budget prioritizes the Obama administration's major goals and o... read more »
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The human brain is truly awesome. A typical, healthy one houses some 200 billion nerve cells, which are connected to one another via hundreds of tril... read more »
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The controls for some of the 2012 Infinit M Hybrid ADAS. (Credit: CBS Interactive) As Advanced Driver Assistance Systems become more prevalent in ... read more »
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