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October 19th
Science The secret is in their flight. Mosquitos unusual flight pattern has long puzzled researchers but a new study suggest that their bizarre flight might be their secret to getting away undetected after…
October 18th
Space All that glitters is a neutron star collision. We use heavy metals every day, but now we know where they actually came from.
October 18th
Science The smoke will likely impact a few fancier grapes. Recent fires have devastated regions of northern California, but early harvesting means that most of this year's wine is probably okay.
October 18th
Science An unexpected payoff. What started off as a scientific Star Wars parody lead to advancements in sciences—and potentially, a new way of doing research.
October 18th
Science Nerdy art doesn't have to look dorky. These prints don't just say "I'm a nerd," they also say "I have good taste in art."…
October 17th
Science And thank goodness for that. There are more than 3,000 kinds of mosquitoes in the world, and if Jodi Holeman could, she'd catch one of each.
October 17th
Science The frontier of science is looking inward to fix what ails us. Scientists believe that the best medicine to heal ourselves can be found within the body. The key to improving this self-repair it to continue work into bio-medicine.…
October 17th
Technology Are you not entertained? You will be if you spend some time with these gadgets. From a mobile powerhouse video game console to headphone tuned specifically to your ears. These are the best of what's new.
October 17th
Science One might change the way we treat cancer for good. One of the highlighted products could one day treat many forms of cancer, changing medicine’s ­approach to the disease for good.
October 17th
Technology From one-rail roller coasters to a fax machine for DNA, these are modern marvels of industry and design. One-rail roller coasters, a fax machine for DNA, and a translucent roof that closes like a camera. These are the Best of …