Baghdad residents watching video of ISIL smashing artefacts to pieces in Mosul say their history is being destroyed. Baghdad - On Baghdad’s al-Mutanabi street, Iraqis mourned the destruction of 3,000-year
IQ is rising in many parts of the world. What's behind the change and does it really mean people are cleverer than their grandparents? It is not unusual for parents to comment that their children are than
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More than 60 years ago, MIT students got the coolest assignment of all time In the October 1952 issue of Popular Science, we wrote about the fascinating, but strange, project spearheaded by 20 MIT students.
It's the cyberpunk dystopia we were promised To hear biohacker Hannes Sjoblad talk about it, getting a radio frequency identification (RFID) chip installed under your skin is like an inoculation against
Spacecraft observations of tiny grains collected by Cosima instrument find them to be fragile, rich in sodium and contain smaller inter-planetary particles The Rosetta spacecraft has made the first detailed
Time to go solar sailing UPDATE: May 20, 2015: The light sail launch will take place sometime between 10:45 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. EDT today from Cape Canaveral, Florida aboard an Atlas V rocket. The weather
Windows Holographic and HoloLens made up one of the most exciting announcements at Microsoft’s big event this week. During and after the event, the demonstrations ranged from using the augmented reality
Space / Updated Jan. 27, 2015 / 5:04 AM GMT The high-resolution camera on NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has begun capturing images of Pluto in preparation for its flyby less than six months from now but
The agency will use the partnership to end dependency on Russia New details about NASA's Commercial Crew Program were revealed today during a press conference held at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Rapid prototyping and dual-material printing FTW. You should see this dog run. Derby was born with deformed front legs, but recently received a pair of 3-D printed prosthetics, which he is quite good maneuvering
Doctors wired them right into his nerves Until recently, losing both arms in an accident would probably have meant the end of a patient's two-fisted grip. Not so for Leslie Baugh, the first shoulder-level
New technology connects Fluffy to the cloud, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi At CES, there's no shortage of products to track your wellness, steps, even vital signs. So why not get your pets in on the game? A new
Additive manufacturing can make almost anything, from fun experiments to paradigm-shifters. Here's how the innovations stack up. What was a niche prototyping tool 25 years ago is fast becoming a globally
Look, ma, no wires! In the mobile age, we're largely unfettered by wires, thanks in no small part to Wi-Fi, cellular networking, and the rise of laptops, smartphones, and tablets. But one thin tether us
The technique could make faster vehicles and improve sanitation in the developing world Water, the key to life on our planet, can sometimes be one of our greatest enemies – especially when it comes to