Science // 

Vindication has to be one of the most satisfying effects of a Nobel Prize win - after years of work, the scientific ...

Rebecca Boyle at 03:11 AM Oct 6 2011
Space // 

The European Space Agency announced its next two space science missions yesterday, and given recent events they may ...

Clay Dillow at 02:09 AM Oct 6 2011
Gadgets // 

The news today told us what everybody already knew: Amazon is selling its new Fire tablet for a pittance. Actually, ...

Nick Gilbert at 14:20 PM Oct 5 2011

A variation in a part of the brain may explain why some people have a good memory, and why others are prone to brain ...

Danika Wilkinson at 13:26 PM Oct 5 2011
Robots // 

The tedious, carpal-tunnel-inducing pipette work of cell biologists may soon be relegated to robots, thanks to a new ...

Rebecca Boyle at 08:05 AM Oct 5 2011
Science // 

Get ready to witness some James Bond-esque, HALO-style active camouflage action. Researchers at the University of ...

Clay Dillow at 06:55 AM Oct 5 2011

Despite how easy they make it look on TV dramas, determining time of death for a body requires a lot of difficult ...

Clay Dillow at 05:54 AM Oct 5 2011
Gadgets // 

Today in Cupertino, USA, Apple announced the newest version of its bajillion-selling iPhone, to be named the iPhone ...

Dan Nosowitz at 05:42 AM Oct 5 2011
Make // 

This week on the USNational Geographic Channel, the answer to that eternal question (providing "eternal" means ...

Dan Nosowitz at 03:33 AM Oct 5 2011
Energy // 

NASA has awarded the single largest prize handed down in aviation history to Team Pipistrel-USA.com for designing ...

Clay Dillow at 02:12 AM Oct 5 2011
Science // 

A scientist from the Australian National University has, along with two American scientists, been named a Nobel ...

Nick Gilbert at 23:53 PM Oct 4 2011
Science // 

A prolonged chill in the atmosphere high above the Arctic last winter led to a mobile, morphing hole in the ozone ...

Rebecca Boyle at 12:10 PM Oct 4 2011

The world's largest astronomical facility has opened its eyes, turning nearly two dozen antennae toward the heavens ...

Rebecca Boyle at 05:15 AM Oct 4 2011
Robots // 

Micro air vehicles, or MAVs, make for a tantalising option for intelligence and surveillance agencies looking to ...

Clay Dillow at 04:20 AM Oct 4 2011
Tech // 

The idea of nanorockets zipping around your body delivering drugs sounds a little Osmosis Jonesy, but German ...

Julie Beck at 03:35 AM Oct 4 2011
 
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