All the stories tagged with science
05/16/2013, Any of you remember the cartoon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? I certainly looked forward to that show during my weekends back when I was a wee lad, and I do follow the current rendered version of the four turtles now, [...]
05/15/2013, A self-folding robot adds more color to the robotics world.
05/14/2013, Forget about caviars, stem cell burgers could be the next indulgence of the rich and famous.
05/08/2013, An acrobatic robot that can clear ledges.
05/07/2013, Will robots be able to rule the world that we know one day? Perhaps, or perhaps not, but what we do know is this – the world of robotics has certainly advanced by a fair bit for humanity to arrive [...]
05/01/2013, When it comes to the eyes of a bug, bird and human, they all share one common feature, that is, the shape of being round. Just about any ocular organ that can be found in nature would feature a certain [...]
04/30/2013, We have seen how IBM had come up with a new kind of storage device which is so small, we are not dealing in millimeters, but rather, at just the size of 12 atoms. A dozen atoms, that is all [...]
04/18/2013, They say that in space, no one can hear you scream. Well, if you happen to be an insect, you aren’t going to do too much screaming to begin with, even if you can survive in space. In fact, there [...]
04/08/2013, Considering a 10-ton meteorite crashed into Russia this past February, we think it’s about time NASA starts studying asteroids to help keep us informed about their potential risks. NASA is announcing that exact project will be happening by the end of [...]
03/01/2013, Researchers from the MIT have come up with a great way to use tiny changes in video recordings to reveal things that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye and would require on-body sensors to show. For example, by [...]
02/15/2013, The University College London now has a computer that is said to never crash. We’ve all experienced it: computers do crash, so what makes this particular one impervious to crash events? To explain that, let’s look at why computer crash [...]
02/13/2013, Researchers have managed to piece together a new tool that was specially developed in order to help it reconstruct long-dead languages, where it is also known as protolanguages. Protolanguages are considered to be the ancient tongues from which our modern [...]
02/12/2013, Dennis Siegel is a German student from the University of Arts Bremen, and he is working on a device that can gather energy from various radiation sources, including hi-tech radio signals like WiFi, GSM etc, but this should work with [...]
02/12/2013, One of the biggest energy requirement for a city is to heat or cool down buildings and houses. It is not easy to design a place that will be warm in the winter, and stay cool in the summer, and [...]