(Credit: BirdBrain Technologies) I remember programming turtle graphics in Logo when I was in high school. These days, students can learn basic ... read more »
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For aviation junkies, it doesn't get any better than the biggest air show of the year. CNET's coverage includes on-the-scene reporting from our own D... read more »
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Researchers say they've used nanoparticles to create a material sensitive enough to analyze a patient's breath in real time and detect indicators of ... read more »
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Reading about Lenovo's eye-popping gaze-controlled laptop being shown at the CeBit tech fair this week, we were excited to see a demo of Guger Tech... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Engineers believe they have zeroed in on the root cause of cracks in the shuttle Discovery's external tank, NASA official... read more »
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Those who survive will think to themselves that it could have been worse. Awful though some images of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami truly are, ... read more »
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Physicists at CERN have taken a major step forward in antimatter research, according to the European science organization. For the first time, scien... 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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University of Maryland biology student Judy Wexler sits in the Gamera. It doesn&39't look like a turtle. (Credit: Essential Eye Photographics, Earl... 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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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--An electrical glitch with the shuttle Endeavour's hydraulic power system forced NASA managers to scrub today's planned la... read more »
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On the electron microscopy drawing board: programmable nanowire nanoprocessors. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Charles M. Lieber/Harvard SEAS Communica... read more »
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--Less than six weeks before launch, astronaut Timothy Kopra, injured in a bicycle accident Saturday, was removed from the ... read more »
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MIT's high-rank 3D approach places a special image over the rear one to create the 3D illusion. (Credit: MIT) Researchers at MIT have been devel... read more »
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Bill Gates gives keynote address at the 64th World Health Assembly in Geneva. (Credit: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) The Bill and Melinda G... read more »
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After a six-and-a-half-year fall into the inner solar system, NASA's compact Messenger probe fired its main engine for 15 tense minutes today to brak... read more »
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The Fujitsu-built K Computer in Kobe, Japan, is the fastest supercomputer in the world, according to the Top500 List of Supercomputers, to be anno... read more »
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A photo of Intel&39's Light Peak technology (Credit: Intel) Intel tomorrow is said to be revealing some of the final details of its Light Peak tec... read more »
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Orbital Debris-Debris Collision Avoidance (Credit: Arxiv.org) What to do with all the space junk now in orbit around Earth Each year, that questio... read more »
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China will soon overtake Japan as the world's second heaviest spender on research and development, according to a report from the Battelle Memorial I... read more »
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