Nathan Linerode

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Crepuscular rays from the moon

Crepuscular rays from the moon – August 11, 2017 – from Vancouver Island.<p>James Younger frequently camps at Vancouver Island and catches many …

Astronomy

Want a Better Memory? Science Says Do This

A study suggests this dead simple trick can double the amount you recall.<p>What do you do when you need to commit some sort of information to memory?<p>Let me guess: You take notes.<p>It's a habit most of us learned way back in school when some teacher stuck her lecture notes up on an overhead projector …

Watch First Footage of Game That Was to Be "The New Assassin's Creed"

The mysterious game 1666 was described as "the new Assassin's Creed," but since no footage was ever released, we never knew what that would have looked like. Now, we do. Creator Patrice Desilets today shared the first-ever public footage of the game during a presentation in Europe.<p>According to …

Ubisoft

On the Road to Finding Other Earths

Scientists are getting closer to finding worlds that resemble our own "blue marble" of a planet. NASA's Kepler mission alone has confirmed more than …

These NASA inventions are saving thousands of lives on Earth

When most people think of NASA, they think of astronauts, space shuttles and men on the moon. What’s less well known is that in making space travel possible, the US space agency has created new technology that’s saving lives all over the planet.<p>NASA’s Technology Transfer Program makes the …

Inventions

British Scientists Gain Approval To Edit DNA In Human Embryos

British regulators are giving scientists the first government sanction to edit DNA in human embryos. Scientists want to do this to learn more about human development, but critics fear it will lead to designer babies.<p>Transcript<p>AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:<p>For the first time, the government is allowing …

Genetics