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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How Big is Youtube and How BIg Can It Get? Late in 2006, when Google announced that they would be buying the startup internet video sharing site “youTube” for a mind boggling 9 ( then) 1.65 billion US dollars, most of the world thought ” what are they thinking?”

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According to the University of Waterloo Quantum Computing Research Department ,quantum computing is essentially harnessing and exploiting the amazing laws of quantum mechanics to process information.

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What Is An Open Science Cloud? Access to the vast amounts of data that are available on the globally connected internet is vitally important to further problem solving research and add to the understanding of today’s problems. Much of this data is publically funded but it is not easliy accessible for all members of the […]

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A Powerful Hand Held Laser For Surgery. How many science fiction movies has you watched where surgery is a simple procedure using a hand held laser that makes a very clean incision and presumable leaves very little in the way of scar? Well fiction often leads reality right?

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High speed computer communications can make the difference not just for stock traders but for the average consumer of information such as video and music streaming.Today’s high-speed wired communication networks use lasers to carry information through optical fibers, but wireless networks are currently based on radio frequencies or microwaves.

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The Very Real and Weird Quantum Effects . Science fiction has predicted all sorts of weird properties that allow mankind to master things like time travel and teleportation. In reality I am not sure about time travel ( I really hope it is not possible) but it looks teleportation might actually have some basis in the […]

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What is a Biohybrid Robot ? What happens when you combine two of the hottest technologies emerging today, namely robotics and 3D printing? From the mind’s at Case Western Reserve University you something amazing!

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