News This 3-D Printed Bioplastic Windpipe Saved A Baby's Life
http://www.popsci.com, By Clay Dillow
The infant's 3-D printed trachea will fully absorb into his body in two to three years.
News NASA Inspects Ion Engine Prototype For Asteroid-Hauling Rocket
http://www.popsci.com, By Francie Diep
A look at possible propulsion for NASA's plan to bring an asteroid home for study.
News Student-Built Robots to Race in Mock Mars Rover Challenge
What does it take to build and command a vehicle capable of exploring Mars? Ninety students from around the world are about to find out.
News New to nature special: the top 10 new species
From a snail-eating snake to a harp-shaped sponge Quentin Wheeler on whittling down 18,000 new species to 10 favourites
News Wireless bio-absorbable circuits could kill bacteria
Remote-controlled, dissolvable electronic implants have been created that could help attack microbes, provide pain relief and stimulate bone growth.
News Next-Generation Consumer
3-D Printer Arrives, but a Lawsuit Looms
Formlabs is bringing down the costs of a better 3-D printing technique, but it must survive a patent lawsuit.
News ECAT Test Work Excellent and Demonstrates Over Unity
hey estimate the extent to which the heat exceeds the limits of chemistry by both the mass of the cell and the volume of the cell. In the first test, they use the entire weight of the inside cell as the starting point, rather than just the powder, as
News How the Elite Plan to Live Forever
The eugenicists at The Royal Society, in conjunction with Academy of Medical Sciences, British Academy and Royal Academy of Engineering came together this month to discuss the potentials, opportunities and challenges of the melding of man with machin
News Student science experiment finds plants won't grow near Wi-Fi router
Mother Nature Network.com
Ninth-graders design science experiment to test the effect of cellphone radiation on plants. The results may surprise you.
News 500MW from half a gram of hydrogen: The hunt for fusion power heats up
Youve heard of the Manhattan Project the Allied research and development program that resulted in two nuclear bombs being dropped on Japan and the end of World War II
News Bobby McFerrin plays... the audience!
In this fun, 3-min performance from the World Science Festival, musician Bobby McFerrin uses the pentatonic scale to reveal one surprising result of the way our brains are wired.
News An Interplanetary GPS Using Pulsar Signals
Spacecraft could determine their position anywhere in the solar system to within five kilometres using signals from x-ray pulsars, say astronomers.
News Pioneering wave power farm renews green energy hope
After a series of false dawns, the world's first commercial wave farm is to open soon. Will this be a fresh start for the technology?
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-- ECAT Test Work Excellent and Demonstrates Over Unity -- Material That Sorts Molecules by Shape Could Lower the Price of Gas
-- Next-Generation Consumer
3-D Printer Arrives, but a Lawsuit Looms
-- Wireless bio-absorbable circuits could kill bacteria -- New to nature special: the top 10 new species -- PG&E Unveils Battery Storage System In San Jose, California
-- Karmann Ghia EV Driving On Tweets From Kansas To DC, Thanks To Teenagers
-- Robotic Kite Power Could Turn The Sky Into A Wind Farm -- These 11 Robot Bartenders Will Get You Drunk -- JHU researchers account for magnetic field misbehavior in solar flares -- Student-Built Robots to Race in Mock Mars Rover Challenge -- NASA Inspects Ion Engine Prototype For Asteroid-Hauling Rocket -- Discovered: Molecule That Triggers Itchiness -- This 3-D Printed Bioplastic Windpipe Saved A Baby's Life -- Cloned Human Embryo Study Comes Under Fire -- New Water-Repellant Fabric Is Like A Second Skin --