Monthly Archives: April 2015
Cardiorespiratory Fitness Contributes to Successful Brain Aging
Megacities Have Varied Metabolisms
Polygamy increases risk of heart disease by more than 4-fold
6 Surprising Places Hackers Hide
These 5 Companies Are Growing as Large as the Online Security Threat
These Bullets Can Change Direction to Hit a Moving Target
Out of the Loop on the Internet of Things? Here’s a Brief Guide.
Human gene editing has arrived – here’s why it matters
How the brain tells good from bad
Headline: Uber’s New Panic Button Beams Real-Time Alerts to Police
Secret Warriors of the First World War
Researchers closer to being able to change blood types
Meet the Woman Who’s Shaking Up Pakistan’s Social Gaming Industry
Yi qi, The Chinese Gliding Dinosaur
Two thirds of the world’s population have no access to safe, affordable surgery
Elon Musk has triggered a contagious new battery zeitgeist in Silicon Valley
Researchers Plan to Demonstrate a Wireless Car Hack This Summer
Turns Out Satellites Work Great for Mapping Earthquakes
Chihuahua of the sea? Scientists find rare ‘pocket shark’
With or without Comcast merger, industry is fast shifting beyond ‘cable’
Opinion: If predictive algorithms craft the best e-mails, we’re all in big trouble
Where does science fall on the gun control debate?
Former NSA Chief: Israel, Iran Among World’s Best in Cyber-Warfare
NASA –“Is It On the Verge of Discovering ‘Warp Bubbles’ Enabling Dreams of Interstellar Travel?”
Technology has redefined how customers behave – Mark Hillary
Power to the People: How Smart Grids Can Change the Way We Live
Have Fossil Fuels Officially Lost to Renewables?
CDC wants more use of drug that reverses overdoses
Study: Male bonding brings peace, allows primates to live in bigger groups
Why nothing, especially chicken, tastes like it used to
Are Senior Citizens Engaging in Healthcare Technology?
Scientists are skeptical about the secret blood test that has made Elizabeth Holmes a billionaire
Spies exploring memory-extraction, says UCL neuroscientist
Climate Change: The Single Greatest Misinformation Campaign in World History
If you can forgive, it actually makes it easier to forget
Mammoth genome sequence completed
Israeli company to produce 3D printed automobile
This Video Induces Natural Hallucinations
Window on the Universe – Hubble Anniversary Tribute (video)
Our iPhones will soon be smarter than we are. What happens next?
Being an atheist isn’t bad for your mental health, new study says
18 WRONG Predictions of Catastrophe Made Around the First Earth Day in 1970!
Here’s what it feels like to be invisible – less anxious
$102,619 Federal Study: Male Owl Monkeys Are the Main Providers of Infant Care
Twin Study Shows Genes Influence Mosquito Interest
Ultra-fast MRI Showcased Using ‘If I Only Had a Brain’