No Yolk! Scientists Unboil an Egg Without Defying Physics
scientists holding egg
January 28th, 2015
Scientists have figured out a way to do something that seems impossible: unboil an egg. But strange as it may sound, the feat doesn't defy basic laws of science.
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Insects Wear Tiny Spacesuits, for Science
Insect nanosuits
January 27th, 2015
What's the best way to keep an insect from exploding in a powerful vacuum? Wrap it in a tiny spacesuit, of course.
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Do Old Glass Windows Really 'Flow'? (Op-Ed)
Making a glass object, solids, liquids, plate glass
January 27th, 2015
Before Pilkingtons invented plate glass in the mid-19th century, flat panes could not be made. Old windows are uneven.
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Electric vs. Fuel Cell Vehicles: 'Green' Auto Tech Explained
Tesla Model S
January 28th, 2015
Battery-powered electric cars and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles have both seen advances in their development, and one or both of these technologies may represent the future of "green" automobiles.
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Vroom! Photos of the Rocket-Powered 'Bloodhound' Car
Bloodhound Car - Record Attempt
January 26th, 2015
Bloodhound SSC is a United Kingdom-based team aiming to break the world land speed with a rocket-powered car. Test drives are expected to occur later this year in South Africa, with the actual record attempt slated for 2016.
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Wearable Brain Scanner Measures Activity on the Go
Wearable brain scanner
January 23rd, 2015
Imagine if you could get a scan of your brain as you went about your day. Soon, that may be a reality — a team of scientists is developing a portable brain scanner that can reveal natural brain activity while a person is engaging in creative activities or
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Putting Tablet Users in the Pilot Seat
torm Evader App plane navigation

January 28th, 2015
Undergraduates designed Storm Evader to teach students about weather while teaching problem-solving skills.
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DARPA Overhauls 'Atlas' Robot Ahead of Competition This Summer
The DARPA Atlas robot.
January 27th, 2015
What do you call a robot that can drive a car, break down walls and scale buildings? Hint: It's not "the Terminator."
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Rocket-Powered Car Aims to Break Land Speed Record
Bloodhound Car - Back
January 26th, 2015
The rocket-powered Bloodhound car will race across the Kalahari Desert later this year, in hopes of breaking the world land speed record.
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