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How Your Devices Learn to Talk to You

December 18, 2014

We may still be a few dozen years away from everyone having their own personal robot, but in…
Holiday Season Makes Most of NASA Aeronautics Gifts

November 19, 2014

Temperatures are dropping, the leaves are falling, and the countdown is on to the busiest time of year…
Wearable Power: Soft Exosuits and Exoskeletons

November 5, 2014

Whether it’s a stroke, an amputated leg or arm, a spinal-cord injury the extra strength to do some…
Real science & gaming – scientists employ the computing power of human minds

August 20, 2014

Citizen science is on-the-rise like never before, owing largely to the Internet which allows to connect thousands of…
Plants that generate heat

July 24, 2014

Birds and mammals are vertebrates able to maintain constant body temperature. Thermoregulation is an integral part of homeostasis, which…
Bionics: Copying Mother Nature

July 23, 2014

Mankind has been long observing its surroundings – from the molecular choreography in the living cells to the glorious planetary…
The world of titanium dioxide: Market dialogue and breakthrough

July 14, 2014

Products employing titanium dioxide as a photocatalyst are becoming more and more common in everyday life. The very…
Scott Kemp: Barriers to nuclear weapon acquisition today are not technological

May 21, 2014

What is the best way to prevent countries from acquiring nuclear weapons? The vast majority of nonproliferation efforts…
Unlocking Global Warming Gridlock

May 14, 2014

David Victor, an internationally recognized leader in research on energy and climate change policy, has a message to…
Westernized lifestyle: reduces microbes, promotes allergies

May 12, 2014

The “allergy epidemic” in the Western world has become a public health crisis, with allergy incidence climbing 20%…
Solar Fuels: A grand challenge of 21st century chemistry

April 24, 2014

Solar panels are becoming a familiar site in communities across the United States, but what about solar fuels? A…
Mastering the biological and engineering worlds

April 23, 2014

Rahul Sarpeshkar, head of the Analog Circuits and Biological Systems Group at MIT, describes himself as an “amphibian” researcher,…
Why it is not worth to buy Google Glass?

April 15, 2014

After the introduction of Google Glass there have been many discussions around. While one considered it to be…
CERN technology that could help out in space

April 14, 2014

This year at the world’s largest industrial fair, the Hannover Messe, CERN and the European Space Agency (ESA)…
NASA Administrator: The Path to Mars

April 14, 2014

I, Charles Bolden, have had several opportunities the past few weeks to testify before Congress and explain to…
Searching High & Low for Dark Matter

April 9, 2014

In late February, dark matter hunters from around the world gathered at the University of California, Los Angeles…
Embracing complexity: Nathan Kipniss relishes challenges in stem cells and symphonies

March 18, 2014

Under the microscope, they look like art: a red dapple with green crescents, deep blue and purple spots,…
NASA’s Chief Scientist For the International Space Station Speaks About Its Benefits to United Nations

February 20, 2014

From its inception, the International Space Station has been a collaborative, multi-nation program promoting peaceful cooperation for the betterment of humanity. For…
Is truth stranger than fiction? Yes, especially for science fiction

February 17, 2014

From warp drives to hyperspace, science fiction has continuously borrowed from, and sometimes anticipated, the state of the…
Higher, faster … cleaner? Doping and the Winter Olympics

February 14, 2014

A quick look at Wikipedia shows that Winter Olympians test positive for doping at a far lower rate than their…
Knowledge is Power, when it comes to energy

February 12, 2014

When it comes to power and energy, Army research and development continually seeks to develop solutions to increase performance, reduce…
Growing a business, from the lab: nanofiber-scaffold technology became the foundation for a biotech company

February 4, 2014

In the early 1990s, MIT researcher Shuguang Zhang, then an MIT postdoc, stumbled upon peptides that could self-assemble…
Comets Prospects for 2014: A Look Into the Crystal Ball

January 3, 2014

As 2014 opens, most of the half dozen comets traversing the morning and evening sky are faint and…
Space Science Stories to Watch in 2014

January 2, 2014

There’s an old Chinese proverb that says, “May you live in interesting times,” and 2013 certainly fit the bill…
2013: the year in extreme weather

December 31, 2013

It seems every year has seen weather extremes in recent times. After 2012 brought Hurricane Sandy to the…
Researcher takes a holistic approach to safer, healthier living environments

December 20, 2013

When Adrienne S. Ettinger started her first job out of graduate school in public health in 1991, there…
Light and sound fire scientists’ imaginations

December 17, 2013

Strategies to manipulate light and sound go back to the first spherical glass bead and the pounding of…
Curiosity’s spectacular Martian side trip

December 10, 2013

Climbing Mount Sharp is still ahead for the Mars rover Curiosity, but a quarter-mile detour to a promising…
Computer crime is on the rise

December 2, 2013

I received the same email five times in as many weeks informing me of an A$18.60 refund following…
What Is The Evidence For The Big Bang?

November 19, 2013

Almost all astronomers agree on the theory of the Big Bang, that the entire Universe is spreading apart,…
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