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What's Next For The Laser Plane?

What’s Next For The Laser Plane?

Airborne laser successfully shoots down ballistic missile

By | Posted February 13, 2010

Calling on Statistics

Calling on Statistics

Why we might want to rethink our math education priorities

By | Posted February 12, 2010

Blow Up Your Own Balloons

Blow Up Your Own Balloons

We’re in the midst of a helium shortage, so let’s save what we can for science

By | Posted February 6, 2010

Skiing Faster Than Ever

Skiing Faster Than Ever

Just in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics, researchers are experimenting with different ski coatings and waxes to determine the perfect combination for faster skiing.

By | Posted January 11, 2010

One Small Step For Electric Cars

One Small Step For Electric Cars

Battery technology must improve before electrics can compete with gas-guzzlers

By | Posted December 8, 2009

Pretty Fly (for a Small Guy)

Pretty Fly (for a Small Guy)

An unusual team builds a pipetting robot out of Legos for a genetic engineering competition

By | Posted November 14, 2009

Nobel Prize in Physics Honors "Masters of Light"

Nobel Prize in Physics Honors “Masters of Light”

…And it only took 40 years.

By | Posted October 6, 2009

Gesture Based Interfaces--Bringing Technology Back to the Human Roots of Language

Gesture Based Interfaces–Bringing Technology Back to the Human Roots of Language

A Minority Report type interface may revolutionize how we interact with our iphones and free us from the keyboard for good.

By | Posted June 11, 2009

Nanotechnology Makes Solar Power More Affordable

Nanotechnology Makes Solar Power More Affordable

By | Posted January 1, 2009

Phoenix lander goes quiet as India shoots the Moon

Phoenix lander goes quiet as India shoots the Moon

By | Posted November 13, 2008

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