Category : SCI&TECH

Nearly 9 months ago

The Big Bang’s Leftovers

The Big Bang's Leftovers Tell Us About The Universe Today . The hot Big Bang might have started our Universe as we know it

Nearly 9 months ago

The Patient Will See You Now

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Nearly 10 months ago

Moving Individual Cells Around Channels On Microfluidic Chips

Stanford biophysicist Stephen Quake invented microfluidic devices used for analyzing cells Stephen Quake’s laboratory at Stanford University looks like biology’s Quake was named co-president

Nearly 10 months ago

Science Takes Away From the Beauty Of The Stars

“Poets say science takes away from the beauty of the stars  mere globs of gas atoms. I too can see the stars on a

Nearly 10 months ago

Evidence For Ninth Planet Roaming Solar System’s

As the search for a hypothetical, unseen planet far, far beyond Neptune's orbit continues, research by a team of the University of Arizona provides

Nearly 10 months ago

Space Shocks Key To Understanding Cosmic Rays

Researchers at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics have used measurements from NASA's MMS Magnetospheric MultiScale satellites to reveal that there are ripples, or

Nearly 11 months ago

Dexmo Glove Feel Objects in Their User Hand

Dexmo’s applications reach far beyond video games, according to Gu. It is stolen from a Stanley Kubrick film set. Glove so precise a surgeon

Nearly 11 months ago

10 Technologies Changing The Face Of Healthcare

Bloodstream nanobots : Advanced limb replacement : Brain regeneration : Genetic editing and therapy : Remote care : 3D holographic imaging : 3D Printing

Nearly 11 months ago

Additional evidence of water vapor plumes on Europa find by Hubble

The existence of plumes would make studying the moon's interior ocean easier. In the seminal science fiction series Space Odyssey, novelist Arthur C. Clarke

Nearly 11 months ago

Researcher controls multiple drones with his mind

An engineering professor at Arizona State University is developing technology that would allow an Air Force pilot to control an entire fleet of drones