Michael Byrne @everydayelk
When not hacking apart bad science or explaining why math is actually the best thing ever, Michael studies engineering physics in Oregon. He is Motherboard's editor-at-large.
Articles by Michael Byrne
Codenamed "Moments," the in-development app would foster micro-sharing among close family and friends.
The Soft Robotics Toolkit offers the technology to anyone with interest and an idea.
Researchers again demonstrate the constancy of light-speed, and the flexibility of time.
There are schizophrenias, plural.
"Jaw movement is the most promising muscle activity from which energy could be harvested in the region of the head."
Thank global warming for a roughly two week advance in the Great Plains tornado season.
Thanks to a grubby hydrocarbon called picene.
New research debunks early-Earth models describing the planet as a giant version of Iceland.
Maybe not surprising for a company now dedicated to revitalizing the arcade market, by any means necessary.
New fluid dynamics experiments offer a way out of quantum physics' deepest problem.