Science // 

While the underlying science can be a little hard to follow, this video is not. A team at Tel-Aviv University has ...

Nick Gilbert at 18:15 PM Oct 18 2011
Science // 

At a time when we're about to pass carbon tax legislation as law, scientists have just completed one of the first ...

Nick Gilbert at 14:14 PM Oct 18 2011
Tech // 

For those paralysed from the neck down, controlling a wheelchair even with a joystick is impossible. Researchers at ...

Dan Nosowitz at 13:16 PM Oct 18 2011
Science // 

Our November edition is printed and ready for shipping to subscribers! Everyone else, you can get your hands on it: ...

Anthony Fordham at 13:08 PM Oct 18 2011
Robots // 

The roboticists at the University of Pennsylvania's GRASP Lab have done some truly great things, from flying tricks ...

Rebecca Boyle at 10:45 AM Oct 18 2011
Science // 

One of the hallmarks of living things is self-replication, the ability to make new copies of biological structures. ...

Rebecca Boyle at 10:12 AM Oct 18 2011
Space // 

Virgin Galactic and its thoroughly British CEO, Richard Branson, announced another milestone on their way to opening ...

Dan Nosowitz at 09:32 AM Oct 18 2011
Science // 

So it turns out that Einstein may not have been wrong about the universal speed limit. Not only is special relativity...

Rebecca Boyle at 07:09 AM Oct 18 2011

Barco, a maker of large-format projector technologies, has just unveiled what it is calling a breakthrough in flight ...

Clay Dillow at 05:58 AM Oct 18 2011
Tech // 

Today in "Solutions to Problems Nobody Actually Has," a Lithuanian company called Etronika has created an app for ...

Dan Nosowitz at 01:03 AM Oct 18 2011
Mobile // 

It appears that phase 2 in what is quickly becoming something of a bona fide patent war has commenced, with Samsung ...

Nick Gilbert at 23:24 PM Oct 17 2011
Science // 

Many green buildings involve technologies like solar power, recycling of water or natural ventilation. But there's ...

James Bullen at 14:18 PM Oct 17 2011
Tech // 

You know you're in the future when people start talking about electronics that can rewire themselves on the fly. A ...

Nick Gilbert at 11:47 AM Oct 17 2011

Traditionally, tracking diseases such as typhoid, and in particular working out where outbreaks begin, has been a ...

Nick Gilbert at 10:46 AM Oct 17 2011
Cars // 

A pretty basic fear of the oncoming electric car boom is a concern that charging will be similar to the old ...

Dan Nosowitz at 06:02 AM Oct 15 2011
 
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