CES 2015: GENiSYSS to Launch the DNA Vault It looks every company wants a piece of CES 2015 these days and why not! After all it’s the largest platform for companies who want to showcase their innovations.
Dec 12 2014, 12:27pm CST
New Kate Upton Fashion Photos are Hot It is Monday. Let's check in with our favorite super model Kate Upton. What is she doing? She is in business promoting Bobbi Brown Cosmetics.
Oct 6 2014, 7:35am CDT
Solar Flare to lash out due to Sun Storm A sun storm caused an unusual solar flare to lash out in the direction of the earth. Although it’s nothing to be alarmed about, the conditions of the atmosphere may be affected by this solar disturbance.
Sep 11 2014, 4:14am CDT
Smartphones to weigh less than a Dime? You may not have heard of them before, but I can tell you that Aerogels are cool. They are ultra-porous materials that are whipped up from silica gel or even aluminum oxide and may weigh just 15% more than air....
Jun 25 2014, 5:27am CDT
Higgs Boson Proves That The Universe Does Not Exist? None of us should be here. In fact, the whole world, the stars and the galaxies shouldn’t be here either – according to a new cosmological study, our whole Universe should have blinked out of existence an instant after...
Jun 24 2014, 1:22pm CDT
Withings Activite Smartwatch Looks Like Swiss Luxury Watch A popular quote by one of the pioneers in the wearable space (and #4 on my Top 10 Healthcare Quotes for 2013) is this one: “If we’re going to get people to wear sensors, they either have to be gorgeous or invisible...
Jun 24 2014, 4:16am CDT
Invisibility Cloak Developed by German Scientists Taking a page from Harry Potter and his invisibility cloak, physicists at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany, believe they found a way to create an optical invisibility cloak ...
Jun 10 2014, 7:49am CDT
Exotic Hadron Particles Discovered The presence of exotic hadron particles within the particle accelerator at CERN has baffled physicists. They have been discovered within the complex equipment much to the surprise of the scientists.
Apr 16 2014, 3:11am CDT
Phosphor Touch Time Is The First Featurewatch Of Today When is a watch a smartwatch? When is a watch just a watch with a few gimmicks? And is there a middle ground for the latest wave of watches that mix personalization and apps with long battery life and traditional...
Apr 13 2014, 7:01am CDT
Applied DNA Sciences uses Plant DNA to Fight Counterfeiting It could be the mother of all Good Housekeeping Seals of Approval. A Stony Brook, NY company called Applied DNA Sciences is now aggressively marketing a technology called SigNature® DNA that provides an important new...
Mar 26 2014, 8:15am CDT
There's More Than Just Qubits In Computing With Quantum Cats Bestselling science writer John Gribbin’s new book Computing with Quantum Cats (Prometheus Books) holds more than a few surprises for readers interested in the history of computers–from the massive decoding devices...
Mar 13 2014, 9:56am CDT
WIPP Is Still The Best and Only Choice For Nuclear Waste The only operating underground deep geologic nuclear waste repository had its first minor accident on Valentine’s Day. It was a small release of radiation that will not harm anyone or have any environmental consequence...
Mar 5 2014, 10:31pm CST
Thermometers to Monitor Flu There are new smartphone thermometers in the market that tell the temperature. And they also monitor whether you have the flu or not. Such new thermo-sensitive gadgets are something about which everyone is quite excited.
Feb 22 2014, 6:56am CST
Why Experts Always Seem To Get It Wrong In 1798, there were about a billion people in the world and Thomas Malthus predicted that overpopulation would lead to war and famine. In 1968, at 4 billion people, experts published The Population Bomb and The...
Feb 19 2014, 9:51pm CST
US Navy ready to Use a Laser Weapon for First Time BATH, Maine (AP) — Some of the Navy's futuristic weapons sound like something out of "Star Wars," with lasers designed to shoot down aerial drones and electric guns that fire projectiles at hypersonic speeds. That...
Feb 17 2014, 12:51pm CST
Do We Really Need Nuclear Fusion for Power? The science of nuclear fusion took a major step forward today. The National Ignition Facility (NIF) at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory blasted a small amount of deuterium and...
Feb 13 2014, 2:21am CST
Sun Flatlining Into Grand Minimum, Says Solar Physicist With each passing season, the weather seems stranger and more extreme.
Who can argue with a sudden outbreak of the “polar vortex” phenomenon; unprecedented winter drought in California; and summer temperatures so torrid...
Jan 20 2014, 12:46am CST
The Universe's Star 'Baby Boom' Ended Five Billion Years Ago The Universe’s star-making boom period is already over, according to a new study, which suggests that the rate of star-formation in the Universe is around a hundred times lower than it was five billion years ago.
Jan 16 2014, 11:46am CST
Woods Hole Launches Crowd-Sourced Ocean Radiation Testing The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution launched a crowd-sourced and crowd-funded project yesterday to monitor radiation levels in seawater along the West Coast of North America.
The project, led by Woods Hole senior...
Jan 15 2014, 1:11pm CST
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