proton

Recent experiments peg the value of the proton radius at smaller than what was known earlier. Recent experiments using the muon, a cousin of the electron, give a radically different result. What’s afoot?

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Mosaic View from Above

University of Nebraska-Lincoln crew uncovers massive Roman-era mosaic in Turkey.

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Beauty

Read the riveting story of how a group of compassionate people and some unlikely scientific tools helped give an American bald eagle a second chance at life.

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tesla-coil

It all started after Matthew Inman at The Oatmeal wrote a piece on Tesla Museum. Tesla Museum was part of ambitious project, in which a non-profit organization (Tesla Science Center) wanted to build a museum on the exact spot of Wardenclyffe, thereby protecting this historic landmark from the current danger of being replaced with a retail establishment.

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The floating island of pumice.

The source of the giant mysterious floating pumice raft has been pinpointed to be a certain underwater volcano. The sleuthing techniques are ultra-modern.

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Phenotype Model

Stanford University researchers have published the world’s first complete computer model of an organism.

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Happy birthday sir!

A forgotten and then revived name, Nikola Tesla remains as enigmatic as his own experiments. Here is wishing that mad genius a very happy birthday.

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Hotel Room

Study shows that many hotel surfaces are contaminated with aerobic bacteria.

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Future Displays May Consist of Water and Air

Researchers build air and water display by creating surface that mimicks the water repelling properties of the lotus leaf.

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NuSTAR

NASA launched the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) to observe the secrets of the hidden universe including black holes and other “exotic objects”.

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Glucose Fuel Cell

Researchers at MIT have created a glucose powered fuel cell that may prove to be the future of highly efficient brain implants.

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alzheimer

Researchers have developed a vaccine to treat Alzheimer’s with encouraging results.

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Strange New Zealand Reptile Chews Food

Scientists from the University College of London observed chewing in a New Zealand reptile called the Tuatara.

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A New York Times article published May 20th, 2012 introduced two studies that show a possible correlation between sleep apnea and increased cancer risk

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manta-ray

Conservationists with the Wildlife Conservation Society, the University of Exeter, and the Government of Mexico recently teamed up to study the migrations of Manta Rays using satellite telemetry.

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