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Samsung to use graphene on future wearables and flexible displays

Samsung to use graphene on future wearables and flexible displays
by Gene Ryan Briones
Samsung is planning to use graphene on its next-generation flexible displays and wearables. Read more Apr 4 2014, 3:17am CDT
 

Applied DNA Sciences uses Plant DNA to Fight Counterfeiting

Applied DNA Sciences uses Plant DNA to Fight Counterfeiting
by Forbes
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... Read more Mar 26 2014, 8:15am CDT
 

There's More Than Just Qubits In Computing With Quantum Cats

by Forbes
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... Read more Mar 13 2014, 9:56am CDT
 

WIPP Is Still The Best and Only Choice For Nuclear Waste

WIPP Is Still The Best and Only Choice For Nuclear Waste
by Forbes
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... Read more Mar 5 2014, 10:31pm CST
 

Federico Capasso: Generating Electricity by Releasing Infrared Light

Federico Capasso: Generating Electricity by Releasing Infrared Light
by Forbes
One of the less appreciated privileges of becoming a tenured professor at Harvard University is that most people consider even your wildest ideas seriously. Federico Capasso, the Robert L. Wallace Professor of Applied... Read more Mar 3 2014, 8:31pm CST
 

Big Bang Theory is way up there at the Top

Big Bang Theory is way up there at the Top
by Sumayah Aamir
The ratings show that The Big Bang Theory is way up there at the top. It is the most popular of TV shows and is liked by the audience. Read more Mar 1 2014, 2:29am CST
 

Thermometers to Monitor Flu

Thermometers to Monitor Flu
by Sumayah Aamir
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. Read more Feb 22 2014, 6:56am CST
 

Why Experts Always Seem To Get It Wrong

by Forbes
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... Read more Feb 19 2014, 9:51pm CST
 

US Navy ready to Use a Laser Weapon for First Time

US Navy ready to Use a Laser Weapon for First Time
by Associated Press
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... Read more Feb 17 2014, 12:51pm CST
 

Controlled fusion one step closer after successful experiment

Controlled fusion one step closer after successful experiment
by Shane McGlaun
Experiment still fell short of ignition Read more Feb 14 2014, 9:41am CST
 

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