The Large Hadron Collider has brought new insights into the creation of our universe, some bizarrely compelling conspiracy theories, and now an interactive experience powered by Oculus Rift and Leap Motion. Collider is an arty audiovisual experience
Science fiction's favorite method for exploring the universe, most recently in the movie Interstellar, won't be easy.
Forming it requires replacing atoms' electrons with more exotic sub-atomic particles.
Free energy inventions are devices which can tap a seemingly unlimited supply of energy from the universe, without burning any kind of fuel, creating the perfect solution to the worldwide energy crisis and its associated pollution, degradation, and
Unfortunately, it has previously proven difficult to produce TMDCs in forms any larger than flakes measuring only a few hundred square microns in area. Now, however, Dr. Kevin Huang from the University of Southampton has announced the fabrication of
The researchers also came up with corresponding, "irrelevant" items that the student had not encountered — if the probe item was a specific grocery store, for example, the irrelevant items might include other grocery stores. For the other
One of the longstanding problems of working with nanomaterials—substances at the molecular and atomic scale—is controlling their size.
But, most of the focus over the past decade has been centered on only one of its many hundreds of phytocompounds: namely, the primary polyphenol in turmeric known as curcumin which gives the spice its richly golden hue. This curcumin-centric focus h
Rand Paul on Panel Discussion with Eric Schmidt, John Doerr on Technology and Politics at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit.
Sofft wants to kickstart a new age of clothes washing.
In 2010, Darek Fidyka was paralyzed from the chest down as a result of a knife attack that left an 8 mm gap in his spinal column.
Apple and Google aren't the only ones pushing for a new generation of wearables and gadgets that can monitor your health from minute to minute.
Poisoning cancer from within
Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Researchers have observed expression of CB1 (24%) and CB2 (55%) in NSCLC patients. They have also shown that the treatment of NSCLC cell lines (A549 and SW-1573) wi
Traditionally, medical treatments for diabetes have focused on lowering the blood levels of sugar in diabetic patients. Originally, injectable insulin was the drug of choice. In recent years, more medications have been added to the diabetes-fighting
A French startup has turned to crowdfunding to build an extremely light bionic bird that can be controlled using the magnetometer and accelerometer in a smartphone.
Despite many efforts to make the hoverboard a reality in the more than two decades since Marty McFly zipped around on his wheel-less ride in Back to the Future Part II, we're still waiting. Does the new Hendo Board, whose creators claim it is the "wo
People who are deaf or hard of hearing are constantly met with the challenge of communicating, since most non-deaf people don't understand sign language.
It's hard out there for a Luddite. Even in the most serene natural settings, today's cell-signal-bathed landscapes often include some scumbag bloviating into an iPhone earbud mic about the price of bitcoin. OK, yes, that was me.
Magic Leap is the company everyone's talking about and no one quite understands.
The US government's debt is getting close to reaching another round number—$18 trillion. It currently stands at more than $17.9 trillion.
"It doesn't directly cause death, but it is a harbinger, an early warning system that shows damage may have been done. "Our findings could provide a useful clinical test, a quick inexpensive way to identify patients most at risk."
Derek Fidyka was paralyzed from the chest down
The next time you need a lift from San Francisco International airport (SFO), look for a pink mustache — or a sleek and subtle UberX car.
Shoot around corners, video & voice recording, compatible with Android.
Tired of hearing little more than soundbites from tech luminaries such as Apple's Jony Ive and Tesla's Elon Musk?
Nathaniel Stern is diving off the coast of Florida, scanning the gorgeous seascape before him—literally.
'Down' could become the new 'up' within our lifetimes
Can the company do what's never been done before?
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