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Last year’s economic nosedive left the chemical industry scrambling for an essential solvent
The Defense Department’s attempts to merge insects and electronics are benefiting science more than the military
Do Einstein's theories hold for the universe at large?
NYU Chemist Realizes Dream of Made-To-Order Crystals
Alex Liu • October 26, 2009
A New Tool Purports to Deliver the Most Accurate Fielding Statistics Ever
The World's Largest Fusion Reactors Are Under Construction but Cheap Energy Is Still Just a Dream
Vehicles could get a boost in gas mileage from GenShock, a shock absorber developed by students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Exposure to space radiation on long-term interplanetary voyages could threaten astronauts’ health and thwart manned missions.
An underwater spy and the man who's building it.
A proposal to upgrade the U.S. arsenal has sparked an explosive debate.
New centers aim to prevent nanotechnology environmental disasters.
New research shows black holes cannot grow indefinitely, sparing the cosmos from eventual consumption.
Physicists hope to unlock the mystery of this bizarre substance.
New stellar speedometers may help astronomers solve some of the universe's biggest mysteries.
Asks Matthew from Virginia