Gadgets // 

We caught a preview of Sony's odd, space-agey head-mounted viewer (appealingly named the HMZ-T1) back at CES in ...

Dan Nosowitz at 01:00 AM Sep 1 2011
Science // 

A Florida funeral home has debuted a new alternative to cremation, known as the Resomator, that uses heated alkaline ...

Dan Nosowitz at 06:57 AM Aug 31 2011

It took nearly a year of high-powered number crunching on various supercomputers, but researchers from the University...

Clay Dillow at 06:08 AM Aug 31 2011
Tech // 

Dr. Jason Steffen, an astrophysicist at Fermilab, came up with a method he claimed could cut airplane boarding times ...

Dan Nosowitz at 05:15 AM Aug 31 2011
Energy // 

The term "suitcase nuke" hasn't enjoyed a particularly popular connotation in recent years, but researchers ...

Clay Dillow at 04:00 AM Aug 31 2011
Science // 

Anyone who has ever had a stomach bug knows it can really subdue your spirits as well as your appetite. But other ...

Rebecca Boyle at 00:58 AM Aug 31 2011
Science // 

In 2009, we heard the wonderful news that scientists at Holland's Eindhoven University of Technology had successfully...

Paul Adams at 00:00 AM Aug 31 2011
Space // 

Following the crash of a Russian cargo spacecraft a few days ago, the country has postponed its next mission to the ...

Dan Nosowitz at 07:39 AM Aug 30 2011

A new heat-sensitive gel and glue combo is a major step forward for cardiovascular surgery, enabling blood vessels ...

Rebecca Boyle at 06:27 AM Aug 30 2011
Science // 

Next time you take your temperature, maybe think twice about its accuracy. Despite what the mercury says, not all of ...

Rebecca Boyle at 06:12 AM Aug 30 2011

This summer's crippling famine in Somalia, which has killed tens of thousands of people and led half a million more ...

Rebecca Boyle at 04:09 AM Aug 30 2011
Space // 

The latest news from the Large Hadron Collider: scientists still cannot explain why we're all here. In the most ...

Rebecca Boyle at 02:13 AM Aug 30 2011
Tech // 

Rob Spence, a self-proclaimed "Eyeborg," had his eye, which was damaged in a shotgun accident, replaced with a ...

Dan Nosowitz at 01:09 AM Aug 30 2011

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists may have found a new way to track secret nuclear tests from those rogue nations ...

Dan Nosowitz at 00:10 AM Aug 30 2011
Science // 

This pointy-nosed shrew, a new fossil find from China, may be the earliest grandmother of all placental mammals, ...

Rebecca Boyle at 07:45 AM Aug 27 2011
 
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