This is it. No, really. I know you might have been temporarily fooled two years ago when it seemed as if the Lost City of Atlantis had turned up on G... read more »
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RoboDynamics' Fred Nikgohar poses with Luna. (Credit: SchultzeWorks) Rumor had it that Apple or Google was going to release this vaguely humanoid... 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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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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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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Researchers have unveiled encouraging results of the first human randomized control trial of a procedure called therapeutic renal denervation to redu... read more »
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Commercial spacecraft will replace NASA&39's shuttle program. (Credit: NASA) Two companies tied to prominent technology entrepreneurs are among th... read more »
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Not long after creating a functioning rat lung in her lab, Yale University Professor of Anesthesiology and Biomedical Engineering Laura Niklason is t... read more »
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Lytro says its light-field camera, due to ship later this year, will let people change the focus of their photos after the fact. (Credit: Lytro) ... read more »
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Susannah Gal (left) and Susan Bane have devised a new imaging technique to view specific proteins in action. (Credit: Jonathan Cohen) Two professo... read more »
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Given that we are unlikely to get past 2012, perhaps it's churlish to even think of what 2025 might look like. However, the indelible optimists at NA... read more »
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This false-color image of the soil in front of the rover Spirit highlights differences in the surface soil (dark red) and the deeper soils expose... read more »
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Micron Technology tomorrow is set to disclose a hybrid memory technology that it claims will boost performance 20-fold over the memory chips used in ... read more »
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Can Spirit be revived (Credit: NASA) The Spirit rover, currently out of commission on the surface of Mars, could be awakened in the coming weeks. ... read more »
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In case a name and phone number on Fido's dog tag aren't enough to bring him home from his wanderings, a new tag from online pet community PetHub inc... read more »
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Jill Tarter, director of the SETI Institute, wants individuals to help in the search for intelligent life in the universe. (Credit: James Martin... read more »
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Necessity is the mother of invention, as they say, and it''s also widespread in Paraguay, where some 300,000 families lack adequate housing. Motivated... 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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Imagine if you could pray to your computer to stop the beach ball of doom from spinning, the blue screen of death from staring you in the face. Pe... 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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