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Experts are excavating a new dig: The World Wide Web

Experts are excavating a new dig: The World Wide Web

Digital archaeologists are looking for long-lost websites on the Internet

By | Posted November 22, 2010

NASA Weaves Special Fibers for Webb Telescope

NASA Weaves Special Fibers for Webb Telescope

Engineers design a novel material to withstand frigid space temperatures

By | Posted October 7, 2010

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Honors Carbon Coupling

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Honors Carbon Coupling

Palladium acts as a molecular matchmaker for shy carbons

By | Posted October 6, 2010

Nobel Prize in Physics Highlights Superthin Material

Nobel Prize in Physics Highlights Superthin Material

From two unusual men comes an unusual material

By | Posted October 5, 2010

Space in the City

Space in the City

Mordecai-Mark Mac Low is a curator of astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

By | Posted April 13, 2010

Drinking and Lasing

Drinking and Lasing

Scientists make lasers out of drinks for fun

By | Posted April 4, 2010

Up And Down Are Big

Up And Down Are Big

We don’t usually associate movement with size. Saying that “up” and “down” are big is nonsensical. A dimension is a dimension is a dimension. Right?

By | Posted March 10, 2010

Vital Signs

Vital Signs

Chemicals are kept alive in a laboratory with the life support of a mechanical breathing box.

By | Posted February 25, 2010

What Do The Planets Sound Like?

What Do The Planets Sound Like?

Astronomer Greg Laughlin and composer Philip Glass try to hear the “music of the spheres” at the Rubin Museum’s latest Brainwave event

By | Posted February 22, 2010

Puppy Tweets Unleashes Dogs on Twitter

Puppy Tweets Unleashes Dogs on Twitter

Mattel’s new toy collar for dogs allows them to update their own Twitter accounts

By | Posted February 16, 2010

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