We tend to think of paper planes as small things, thrown in class in order to get 7-year-olds through the crushing boredom of, say, arithmetic. But ... 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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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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NASA's aging Voyager spacecraft, more than three decades outbound from Earth and approaching the outermost limits of the solar system, may be seeing ... 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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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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The U.S Air Force seems to do a lot to make the lives of its pilots and air crew more comfortable. Just the other day, one heard about a new chair t... read more »
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A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying three crew members bound for the International Space Station blasted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan t... read more »
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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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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla.--With commander Mark Kelly at the controls, the shuttle Endeavour caught up with the International Space Station early tod... 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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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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A timeline of supercomputing speed. (Credit: AMD) The Jaguar supercomputer, housed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory at the University of Ten... 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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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 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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GoPro&39's 3D videocamera system (Credit: GoPro) The camera market might be dominated by giants such as Canon and Panasonic, but a small start-up... read more »
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If you, on your lesser days, could reach for a thinking cap to make you a little brainier, what would you expect Would you expect to solve math probl... 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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The Fukushima nuclear plant&39's Unit 3 reactor before the blast. (Credit: Video screenshot by Tim Hornyak/CNET) The fuel used in the Japanese ... read more »
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