Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz talks with PM about modular reactors, fossil fuels, and electricity shaming. The United States has 100 nuclear reactors in 62 plants, supplying over 19 percent of our Several
A high-resolution map of the human brain in utero is providing hints about the origins of brain disorders including schizophrenia and autism. The map shows where genes are turned on and off throughout
Gadgets power our lives these days. Just take Tuesday night’s State of the Union where thousands of journalists tweeted their reactions from smartphones across the world. Others watched it on tablet computers.
Twitter has acquired Cover, an Android lock-screen replacement that automatically places apps that it thinks you'll want to use front and center based on your location and the time of day. Cover suggests
The galaxy getdown The shape of our galaxy is nothing special. Among the other clusters of stars that can be easily observed from our corner of the universe, a few are blobby and egg-shaped, but more two-thirds
Signs of life-sustaining planets pop up beside a dying star In a solar system over 100 light years from Earth, researchers have spotted one of the building blocks of life-sustaining planets. That building
Playing a video game as a sexy, crop-topped avatar made women more likely to accept rape myths like "most rape victims are promiscuous." When we don a virtual reality avatar, our real-life behavior can
"There's something we miss when everything becomes virtual and goes online," says Tyler DeAngelo. "Tactile-ness gives it something that is more interesting and a deeper connection and makes it more meaningful."