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Printable electronics in our future?

February 4, 2016 Imagine if you could print your own toy electronics, or companies could easily and cheaply print RFID tags (for tracking objects), or even print your own data storage device to reduce the need for a... more »»

The traveling salesman

January 21, 2016 There is an interesting problem in mathematics that seems like it should have a simple answer. This problem is called the traveling salesman problem. more »»

‘Beam me up, Scotty’

January 7, 2016 Teleportation is something that has long captured our collective imagination. more »»

The fascinating systems of planetary rings

December 24, 2015 Though many of us have seen the beautiful pictures of Saturn’s rings, they are not often discussed. more »»

So what if the weather outside is frightful?

December 24, 2015 Although almost every witticism attributed to an American is credited to Mark Twain, a lot of them were never uttered by Twain himself. more »»

‘Beam me up, Scotty’

November 19, 2015 Teleportation is something that has long captured our collective imagination. more »»

A fractal world

October 22, 2015 We live in a fractal world, though we may not realize it. Often the leaves found on plants and trees exhibit fractal pattern. more »»

The ghost particles

October 8, 2015 It all started with a conservation principle. more »»

The future of electricity may be different than we imagined

September 24, 2015 We keep hearing all the time about the dire state our infrastructure is in here in America. Frequently numbers in the trillions of dollars are tossed around as our needed investmen. more »»

Will citizen science be the science of the future?

September 10, 2015 We live in a world of big data. We have now developed technology that can generate so much data, a single person could never review it in an entire lifetim. more »»

Outsmarting cancer

August 27, 2015 Believe it or not, we humans have known about cancer for a really long time. Cancer was described (though not by name) as early as 3000 BC by the ancient Egyptians. more »»

Will becoming greener kill jobs?

August 13, 2015 We hear this argument over and over again, going green is killing jobs and of course that we are doing it for no reason. more »»

Could the LHC be ready to change our understanding of physics?

July 30, 2015 The Large Hadron Collider is certainly one of mankind’s most impressive accomplishments. more »»

Why do we spend so much on school technology?

July 16, 2015 I remember in the early days of my childhood attending school and seeing something that we didn’t have at home: a computer. more »»

Important to recognize women in science

July 2, 2015 It is quite often that we hear a scientist’s name mentioned. more »»

When three is better than two

June 11, 2015 “Two is company, three is a crowd” is an oft used idiom in television shows and movies. However, it appears when it comes to quantum particles this may not be the case. more »»

The strange properties of helium

May 14, 2015 Helium is an interesting element. We use it to blow up balloons of all types and sizes, or to make our voices sound strange (which, incidentally is due to the fact that helium is less dense than air). more »»

Do you believe in ghosts?

April 30, 2015 Ghosts have been with us in religion, folklore, “firsthand” accounts and so on for centuries. more »»

A new way to determine protein structure

April 16, 2015 Protein structure determination has become so important that there is an entire field of chemistry devoted to it. more »»

Creative devices for advancing science

April 2, 2015 Neutrinos are quite possibly the most elusive particles known to man. The reason is that they almost never react with anything. more »»

 
 

 

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