Creating Matter From Light: 80-Year-Old Theory Comes To Fruition, Ready For Experiments May 18, 2014 13:05 PM E
For 80 years, scientists have mulled over a theory on how to create matter from light. Now, they've figure out how to apply the theory in experiments.
'Bio-Artist' Plans To Insert Wikipedia Into Genome Of Ancient Apples May 16, 2014 17:07 PM E
An innovative bio-artist plans to use a 4,000-year-old apple's genome to hide encyclopedic text for a living tree of knowledge.
Ultracold Atoms Used To Develop Quantum Simulator May 15, 2014 16:18 PM E
Researchers have created quantum simulations with ultracold atoms.
'MEMS Nanoinjector' A Microscopically Small Lance Can Now Transfer DNA May 13, 2014 17:50 PM E
Biomechanical engineers developed a lance that's only a few billionths of a meter to conduct gene transfer.
Deep Sea Exploration Dealt A Blow As Robot Submarine Implodes Under 6 Miles Of Ocean [VIDEO] May 13, 2014 16:04 PM E
A deep-sea robot imploded under 6.2 miles of ocean water in a trench off the coast of New Zealand this weekend. Scientists said it was a blow to research in one of the world's least-understood environments.
Self-Healing Plastic Works Like Blood Clots To Repair Damage [VIDEO] May 09, 2014 15:50 PM E
There's a new kind of self-healing plastic that works similar to the way blood helps heal wounds in humans, patching holes with coagulating fluids.
3-D Makeup Printer Invented By Harvard Student; Device Can Print Almost All Types Of Makeup Using Hex Color Codes [VIDEO] May 09, 2014 12:30 PM E
One Harvard Business School student, Grace Choi, decided to challenge the beauty industry with her very own 3-D makeup printer.
‘Artificial Organism’ Created By Scientists Using Additional DNA May 08, 2014 09:36 AM E
Scientists create "artificial organism" with added DNA base pairs seen nowhere in nature.
'Better' Wheelchair And Bike Wheel Gives Users Jostle-Free Ride Down Stairs, Curbs, And Even Off-Road May 06, 2014 15:22 PM E
An injured Israeli farmer who found himself jostled as he rode over his field, looked to his farm equipment for ideas on how to improve the ride.
Scientific Breakthrough Transforms Smartphones Into Cancer-Detecting Microscopes May 05, 2014 16:37 PM E
A serendipitous discovery by Australian researchers, leads to the development of cheap, effective lenses for smart phones that are potentially effective enough to detect skin cancer.
A New Technique For Measuring Microscopic Temperatures May 04, 2014 13:18 PM E
A new technique for measuring temperatures at the nanoscale looks at how objects collide with air molecules to gauge temperature differences.
Scientists Develop Powerful Microchip Modeled After The Human Brain Apr 30, 2014 16:49 PM E
Stanford scientists open doors for robotic and medical opportunities after they developer a fast and power-efficient microchip that simulates the brain.
Scientists Hope To Debut Mind-Controlled Robotic Suit At World Cup Apr 30, 2014 13:49 PM E
An international group of scientists are rushing to complete the mind-controlled robot in time for the world cup, which will kick the first ball on the field.
I Just Found Out I'm A Neanderthal: A Reaction To The Genographic Project Apr 29, 2014 15:15 PM E
National Geographic's Genographic Project challenges assumptions about race, and even religion.
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