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Gender Equality HeForShe Campaign Makes IMPACT in Davros Press Conference

Gender Equality HeForShe Campaign Makes IMPACT in Davos Press Conference HeForShe launched four months ago and men worldwide have committed to engage in gender equality. Now, the HeForShe campaign and Emma Watson look for world leaders to show how important committed IMPACT can change everything.

3 days ago, 11:31am CST

The New NASA SMAP Could Help Ranchers Plan Ahead

The New NASA SMAP Could Help Ranchers Plan Ahead “SMAP can help in foreseeing how staged dry spell will be, and after that its information can help agriculturists plan their recuperation from dry spell.”

Jan 11 2015, 9:53pm CST

Alien Life Detector developed by EPFL

Alien Life Detector developed by EPFL Scientists from Belgium and Switzerland have formulated this new alien life detector on the principle of atomic microscope. The advantage for this alien life detector is that it is kinesthetic based rather than chemical.

Dec 30 2014, 10:22am CST

CES 2015: JINS MEME Sensing Eyewear

CES 2015: JINS MEME Sensing Eyewear a new wearable device called JINS MEME will be presented at the CES 2015.

Dec 18 2014, 7:24am CST

Flow. An intuitive & precise wireless controller.

Flow. An intuitive & precise wireless controller. Hand gesture recognition, sensitive touch and precise haptics make Flow the perfect tool for anyone who wants to work, play and create in the digital world.

Nov 27 2014, 3:30am CST

Jawbone's $50 Move Clip-on Fitness Tracker and $180 UP3 Wristband Tracker are Now Available for Pre-order

Jawbone's $50 Move Clip-on Fitness Tracker and $180 UP3 Wristband Tracker are Now Available for Pre-order Jawbone launched two new fitness trackers. A Move clip-on fitness tracker is now available for pre-order at cost of $50 and the device shipment will start on November 7. And the Jawbone UP3 wristband tracker with heart rate sensor costs $180 and it will ship within weeks.

Nov 5 2014, 5:59am CST

Stephen Hawking makes First Facebook Posting

Stephen Hawking makes First Facebook Posting Genius Stephen Hawking is now on Facebook. Read his first post. It is of course very deep.

Oct 24 2014, 12:32pm CDT

Will Anthropocene be the official scientific designation for the Age of Man?

Will Anthropocene be the official scientific designation for the Age of Man? In the past several weeks, the scientific community's been looking at naming the recent epoch. And the eye of the storm is all about humanity's impact to the natural world.

Oct 17 2014, 6:00pm CDT

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Nobel Peace Prize 2014 Announcement Coming

Nobel Peace Prize 2014 Announcement Coming The 2014 Nobel Peace Prize will be announced today. Watch the live stream below.

Oct 10 2014, 2:00am CDT

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to Eric Betzig, Stefan Hell and William Moerner Two Americans and one German scientist share the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

Oct 8 2014, 6:03am CDT

Blood Moon To Start Early Wednesday Morning

Blood Moon To Start Early Wednesday Morning "Recent volcanic activity also could contribute to a darker and redder moon."

Oct 7 2014, 9:58pm CDT

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 Announcement is Now

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014 Announced Today the first 2014 Nobel Prize will be announced. The 2014 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will be announced now at 11:30am CET. Watch the announcement live below. Updated.

Oct 6 2014, 4:25am CDT

Nobel Prize 2014 Announcement Week is Here

Nobel Prize 2014 Announcement Week is Here Today the first 2014 Nobel Prize will be announced. Today the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will be announced. Watch the announcement live below.

Oct 6 2014, 1:57am CDT

Ronda Rousey gets a Hint from another Fighter

Ronda Rousey gets a Hint from another Fighter Ronda Rousey is the reigning champion in the UFC. But she has gotten a hint in the form of a challenge from another fighter named Bethe Correia.

Aug 28 2014, 8:19am CDT

Project Tango LG Tablet Coming 2015

Project Tango LG Tablet Coming 2015 Google’s Project Tango — an effort to develop mobile devices that can map the space around you — is set to be in consumers’ hands next year, Google announced Thursday at its annual developers conference. Tango project...

Jun 27 2014, 12:47am CDT

Genealogy: Art Form or New Science?

Genealogy: Art Form or New Science? Genealogy has been a practice of mankind since times immemorial. Whether it was for the sake of inheritance insurance or pride in racial lineage, genealogy has come in handy for a return to one’s roots. But today the proper question to ask is whether this particular field of study is an art form or new science?

May 9 2014, 10:53am CDT

Stephen Hawking Blames A.I. as a Malady

Stephen Hawking Blames A.I. as a Malady The super-genius Stephen Hawking has blamed A.I. as a malady that has beset humanity.

May 3 2014, 9:10am CDT

Poll shows that many Americans question big bang theory

Poll shows that many Americans question big bang theory People are sure about smoking causing cancer, but not the big bang theory

Apr 22 2014, 12:53pm CDT

ESO Telescopes Escape Damage From Chile Earthquake

ESO Telescopes Escape Damage From Chile Earthquake Chile’s major northern astronomical observatories escaped damage from the Magnitude 8.2 earthquake that struck off its northern coast at 8:46 pm (local time) Tuesday night, the European Southern Observatory (ESO)...

Apr 2 2014, 8:11pm CDT

Eiffel Tower: 125 Years of French Glory

Eiffel Tower Celebrates 125th Anniversary The Eiffel Tower was not there 125 years ago. But today it stands as a French symbol of progress and science. Eiffel Tower reflects 125 years of French glory.

Apr 1 2014, 10:37am CDT

Opinion Leaders Accept Cash for Social-Network Referrals More Than Others

Opinion Leaders Accept Cash for Social-Network Referrals More Than Others If consumers are given tangible rewards for online referrals, not unpredictably, they pass along the information to their networks more than without these payments. However, the surprising behavior highlighted in the...

Mar 26 2014, 5:56am CDT

50-Cent Paper Microscope could be a Life-Saver

50-Cent Paper Microscope could be a Life-Saver An economical microscope made from ordinary paper, called Foldoscope, can prove to be a handy tool for putting an end to disease. It is super-cheap paper microscope that has cost of just 50-cents. And it could be a life-saver.

Mar 25 2014, 8:48am CDT

Move Over Hackers, Biohackers Are Here

Move Over Hackers, Biohackers Are Here The creators of FOX’s new science-fiction buddy-cop show, Almost Human focuses the uncontrollable evolution of emerging tech. The solution is real cops need robot cop partners to help control crime. Bio-3D printers...

Mar 15 2014, 7:41am CDT

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Is New Must-See Geek Show

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Is New Must-See Geek Show The Cosmos science show revival premiered yesterday on the National Geographic channel. Legendary Carl Sagan hosted Cosmos: A Personal Voyage in the 80s. The revival is so big that President Obama has introduced it. Watch below.

Mar 10 2014, 4:29am CDT

Big Bang Theory is way up there at the Top

Big Bang Theory is way up there at the Top 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.

Mar 1 2014, 2:29am CST

The Perfect Fit? TrueFit's Big Data Aims To Get You the Perfect Outift

The Perfect Fit? TrueFit's Big Data Aims To Get You the Perfect Outift The e-commerce shopping mall is littered with abandoned shopping carts. Consider this: an average of 73.9 percent of carts don’t make it to the check out, according to the most recent data from SaleCycle. While it’...

Feb 28 2014, 5:06pm CST

Big Data Goes To The Oscars And Other Friday Stories Back in the last century, there was nothing I loved more than the Oscar ceremony. My first job as a journalist was reviewing movies (my first was Magnum Force, so that tells you how long ago it was). Today, if it’s not...

Feb 28 2014, 10:36am CST

FDA, Michelle Obama Team Up To Overhaul Nutrition Labels

FDA, Michelle Obama Team Up To Overhaul Nutrition Labels The FDA is proposing a major overhaul to nutrition labels, to make them more user-friendly and reflective of the latest nutrition science. The new labels will include information about added sugars – a big deal in...

Feb 27 2014, 10:31am CST

Gamification: Powering Up or Game Over? The following article was posted on the Knowledge@Wharton website on February 11, 2014. In 2011, a game called Foldit caused a sensation by solving a decades-old scientific mystery in just three weeks. Scientists...

Feb 24 2014, 2:26pm CST

Could The U.S. Military's New Search Engine Replace Google?

Could The U.S. Military's New Search Engine Replace Google? When DARPA wants a next-generation search engine, Google had better pay attention. DARPA, or the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is the cutting-edge Pentagon research organization whose ancestor ARPA helped...

Feb 24 2014, 10:16am CST

The New Science Of Efficient Organizations A recent survey reported that the consulting industry raked in $39.3 billion in 2012, renting out their advice t0 the world’s most powerful corporations.  Yet still, a study by Innosight found that the average...

Feb 24 2014, 12:16am CST

Why The Future Of Technology Is All Too Human When Ray Kurzweil published The Age Of Spiritual Machines in 1999, he predicted a new era of thinking machines that will meet and then exceed human intelligence.  The idea seemed outlandish at the time, but...

Feb 22 2014, 11:36pm CST

Sumo Logic Delivers Enterprise Security Analytic Product Sumo Logic is a company that has slowly and quietly been building credibility for its machine data platform. Essentially Sumo Logic ingests all the information that technology systems spit out and delivers insights into...

Feb 21 2014, 11:21am 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

I, Cyborg

I, Cyborg By Glen Martin There is an existential unease lying at the root of the Internet of Things — a sense that we may emerge not less than human, certainly, but other than human. Well, not to worry. As Kelsey Breseman,...

Feb 19 2014, 2:21pm CST

Controlled fusion one step closer after successful experiment

Controlled fusion one step closer after successful experiment Experiment still fell short of ignition

Feb 14 2014, 9:41am CST

NSF Research Funding Under the Microscope

NSF Research Funding Under the Microscope In a commentary last year in the journal Science, a British bureaucrat denounced “attacks” on social science research by American politicians and others.  Perhaps worried that skepticism about...

Feb 12 2014, 6:32am CST

Rx For Software: Can Medidata Solutions Save Drug Companies Billions Of Dollars?

Rx For Software: Can Medidata Solutions Save Drug Companies Billions Of Dollars? Tarek Sherif, a small-time fund manager, plopped his cathode-ray-tube monitor and desktop computer on an office chair and wheeled it a mile down Park Avenue from his fund’s offices into a small room and toward the desk...

Feb 12 2014, 6:25am CST