Finally: an open-source metal 3D printer that can be built for less than $2000.
Articles tagged "research"
All that plastic we drop into the ocean is coming back to us via the food chain.
They're cute, they're fuzzy, and their surprisingly deep, dulcet tones are key to gettin' it on.
For military historians and archaeologists, it's the answer to a very old question about a truly influential submarine.
At least, that's what an animal study out of Emory University dares to suggest.
Seahorses are slow swimmers, so how do they eat?
Watch the winning entries in the 2013 "Dance Your PhD" competition.
It looks like wearables are getting closer to infiltrating all parts of our wardrobe.
The fear of pain is actually worse than the pain itself.
A "Universal Law of Commuting" suggests we can only handle traffic for so long.
Is this how Larry Bird and Magic Johnson became friends?
Researchers plan to set up a digital database of dinosaur bones that can be studied by paleontologists worldwide
As our climate continues to change, the fate of the Amazon rainforest remains uncertain.
A British researcher traced the roots of "Little Red Riding Hood" as if it were a biological organism.
A team from UAB tries to uncover pernicious editors without revealing their IP addresses. That's okay, right?
The next step is putting such a powerful tool to use.
The iPhone finger scanner might be a good idea after all.
There's a chill settling across American research.
The technology could be translated to paralyzed humans to restore limb movement.
There's a secret smell map on the winds, that thousands of virtual pigeons (at least) were able to follow.
Laser-scanning has produced a delightful hypothesis.
Gold mining in the Peruvian Amazon, once thought to be a relatively small industry, has skyrocketed.
And, yes, human-caused global warming is entirely to blame.