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Space, Physics, and Math
Toy Fair 2007 prepares kids to become the scientists of tomorrow.
Experts continue to debate the merits of putting radio frequency chips in American passports.
Despite a recent vote, America's largest mathematical society lacks individual recognition.
Researchers use acoustics to help soldiers better defend themselves from sniper fire.
And what we might hope to discover, according to the new book Brave New Universe.
Mathematician Peter Woit explains why string theory is worse than wrong.
--asks Zak from Cleveland, Ohio
Flexible electroconductive materials will advance medicine
A new book explores how the language of math is truer than words in describing the world
-- asks Ahren Lembke-Windler from Albuquerque, NM.
Flexible electronic displays made on the cheap.
The FluChip may revolutionize the way we combat influenza.
Unusual objects sometimes fall from the sky, courtesy of waterspouts.
Cosmologist and author Janna Levin talks about art, science and her new book.