Everything from your smell to your ears can be used to prove you're you Biometrics has long been put forth as the next big thing in authentication, replacing or supplementing the concept of "things that
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Hoverboards aside, 10 technologies debuted to save energy—and the planet. From a new kind of light bulb to a carbon-removing power plant, a dazzling array of new technologies debuted this year that promise
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Danielle George, Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering, at the University of Manchester, is giving this year's Royal Institution Christmas Lectures Young people in Britain have become a lost generation
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We've rounded up 2014's most mind-blowing images for your viewing pleasure Each week at Popular Science, the staff scours the web for the most amazing images from the realms of science and technology.
Astronaut Alexander Gerst made the video from International Space Station. As if Santa attached a GoPro camera to his sleigh, a new video reveals the Earth as few have seen it. Published this week, the
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