I didn’t recognize her up on that stripper pole on the beach amid all this Spring Break mayhem.
Endgadget reports that a team centered in Spain at Instituto de Microelectrónica de Barcelona has succeeded in inserting nanoscale "3µm chips into living cells."
You think Afghanistan is poor and hopeless now? Well, as Science Daily reports, “Researchers at the University of Calgary have discovered the unique genes that allow the opium poppy to make codeine and morphine…
Off a busy suburban road and inside an ordinary office complex, the future of computing may be taking hold at the subatomic level.
You know it’s summer when newsstands across America have an explosion of magazines, typically meant to have shelf-life until fall, on the topic of do-it-yourself prediction.
I love trout… but now, the delicious fish is becoming just dreamy… with six-pack abs!
Soon I will be rich. Two trends: social networking and the death of privacy. I’m cashing in on the confluence. Why should only celebrities be publicly humiliated?
The following is an extract from a dialogue between Murray McKeich’s p-zombie and Stelarc’s Prosthetic Head.
How often do you get a movie review from Ray Kurzweil? In our interview with Ray a few months back, I asked him about his impression of science fiction films and TV shows.
Selfish or altruistic? Where does it all start? Which side are you on, boy (girl, other)? Stand back, Mr. Dawkins?
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