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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University of Michigan computer scientists and engineers are at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco today presenting p... read more »
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Researchers found that the silver nanoparticles penetrated the paper surface to a depth of more than 1 micrometer (or 1,000 nanometers), resulting ... read more »
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When consumers buy fair-trade products, it''s typically because they are motivated more by ethical considerations than by price&8212'which tends to be... 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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Since moving its not-for-profit venture online in 1995, New York-based Green Map System has made online maps of sustainable initiatives accessible to ... 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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There are those who believe that a full moon puts them in a strange mood and even causes them to behave in a peculiar manner. Some, though, want to c... 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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Using a powerful new camera on the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have discovered what appears to be the most distant object ever observed, a sm... read more »
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Cancer survivor and physician Daniel Fiandra practices swallowing for the first time in two years. (Credit: UC Davis Health System) Surgeon Peter ... 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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Pleo the pet robot dinosaur is back after basically going extinct in 2009. (Credit: Tim Hornyak/CNET) LAS VEGAS--Pleo is an autonomous toy dinos... read more »
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Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, and he's equipped with the latest in satellite-based technology to get you your toys on time (and in one piec... read more »
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LHS experiments are assembled underground. Here, a silicon tracking detector--a cousin to an ordinary digital camera sensor--is inserted into one o... 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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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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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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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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The clean-energy geeks (definitely a term of endearment) at Stanford University have come up with a way to turn every river in the world into a power... read more »
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