Space // 

Today in pretty space pics, Cassini proves once again that it's the spacecraft that just keeps on giving. Its ...

Clay Dillow at 04:08 AM Sep 23 2011
Space // 

A new satellite defence technology is about to get its first real-world test in orbit, and while we naturally don't ...

Clay Dillow at 03:06 AM Sep 23 2011
Science // 

Scientists at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks have successfully caused a group of arctic ground squirrels, ...

Dan Nosowitz at 01:51 AM Sep 23 2011
Science // 

Scientists have today announced the discovery of a new species of dinosaur in Utah, the Talos Sampsoni. The raptor ...

Danika Wilkinson at 12:47 PM Sep 22 2011
Cars // 

Sitting back, chatting with your mates, watching the scenery pass you by - these pastimes are generally enjoyed by ...

James Bullen at 12:05 PM Sep 22 2011
Robots // 

America's drone fleet has become an increasingly relied-upon wing of its counter-insurgency strategy and plays a key ...

Clay Dillow at 12:00 PM Sep 22 2011
Energy // 

In another step toward a cleaner energy future, scientists in the US have found a way to sustainably generate ...

Danika Wilkinson at 11:52 AM Sep 22 2011
Robots // 

Researchers at the National University of Singapore are enhancing robots' sense of touch by mimicking the ridged and ...

Clay Dillow at 11:07 AM Sep 22 2011
Tech // 

More than ten years after the fact, a scientist based at the Norwegian research institute SINTEF is proposing that a ...

Clay Dillow at 07:45 AM Sep 22 2011
Tech // 

Human-machine interfaces are constantly improving, but our inability to fully integrate electronics into our bodies ...

Rebecca Boyle at 02:40 AM Sep 22 2011
Robots // 

While the country bumpkin farmer stereotype might suggest otherwise, driving a tractor is difficult, requiring ...

Sean Kane at 06:35 AM Sep 21 2011

Research at Nanjing University has found that strands of RNA from vegetables make it into our bloodstream after we ...

Paul Adams at 05:38 AM Sep 21 2011
Space // 

Likely prompted in no small part by last month's Progress cargo ship crash in Russia, NASA has announced a US$1.6 ...

Clay Dillow at 04:15 AM Sep 21 2011
Cars // 

In the shadow of Launchpad 39A--where the Space Shuttle Atlantis once stood ready for orbit--a team of former NASA ...

Clay Dillow at 03:10 AM Sep 21 2011

Improvised explosive devices are far and away the single biggest killer of coalition troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, ...

Clay Dillow at 01:58 AM Sep 21 2011
 
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