New Research Into Shape Shifting Allows. Materials that remember their shapes and be forced to return their original shape by applying some sort of stimulus such as electric current or light frequency could open up a completely new area for consumer devices such as smart phones that unroll and roll back up like the newspapers […]

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The Dream of 3D Movies Without Glasses. If you are like me ( then sorry for that) when it comes to 3D movies, then you are intellectually attracted to the technology but not at the expense of wearing special glasses. I mean how many 3D movies have even be produced?

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Who Will Be Future Space Explorers? If you were like many kids growing up around the world, for a time you dreamed of going into space and exploring the stars. As you grew older and wiser your dream may have turned to other things maybe a little more realistic since so few people actually get […]

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High Speed Trading Conducted Between Supercomputers. Stock market crashes can cost the world’s economy billions of dollars, cause companies to go bankrupt and governments to be  overthrown. Predicting market manipulation is occuring in time to put stop gap measure in place would be an amazing discovery.

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Research Leading to Better Robot Design. The name centipede, which means “100 legs,” can be somewhat misleading: centipedes may have anywhere from 15 to 177 pairs of legs. This number of legs working in the right way, can propel the creature very quickly.

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Achieving Superconductivity, especially at room temperatures would change the world as we know it. Superconductivity is best explained as a phenomenon of exactly zero electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic flux fields occurring in certain materials when cooled below a characteristic critical temperature.

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The Brain At Work To Do The Math. A new Carnegie Mellon University neuroimaging study reveals the mental stages people go through as they are solving challenging math problems.

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The Latest Hubble Photo. Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the TV series “Star Trek” has captured the public’s imagination with the signature phrase, “To boldly go where no one has gone before.” NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope doesn’t “boldly go” deep into space, but it is “boldly peering” deeper into the universe than ever before […]

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New Advancements in Predictive Imaging Software. A new system developed by a University of Washington computer vision researcher called Dreambit lets a person imagine how they would look a with different a hairstyle or color, or in a different time period, age, country or anything else that can be queried in an image search engine.

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NASA PACE Mission ( Space without the S ). For the world’s scientific community there is no question as to the cause of climate change or whether it is even real. What we do not know is what will be the impact to the world if we do not manage to limit atmospheric CO2 to […]

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