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Scientists move step closer to solving fusion plasma dilemma - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST claims to have made yet another step towards finding a solution to one of the critical but unsolved …

Like Video Games, Your Brain Has a Physics Engine That Simulates the World

Picture this: you’re standing in front of a pile of glistening avocados at a grocery store. You snatch one up, put it in your cart, and wheel off …

What Every Institutional Innovation Program Gets Wrong

<i>“Several people who have recently left [Google] X and those close to it describe the Alphabet unit as sputtering, unable to bring projects to life.</i> …

When it Comes to Organizational Change, What Comes First: Technology or Behavior?

True Organizational Change Happens When Organizations Focus on Both, Behavior and Technology<p>With new technology and business solutions being introduced seemingly every day, many companies are eager to adopt new skills to take their business to the next level. There are essentially two schools of …

Employee Engagement

NASA's Impossible Space Engine, The EMdrive, Passes Peer Review (But That Doesn't Mean It Works)

“For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction.” So goes Newton’s third law, and despite the developments of relativity and quantum mechanics, that fundamental law of the Universe — otherwise known as the conservation of momentum — has never been challenged. Yet a few years ago, a new …

Physics

The Impossible Propulsion Drive Is Heading to Space

Enough argument. It's time to actually test this crazy thing.<p>The EmDrive, a hypothetical miracle propulsion system for outer space, has been sparking heated arguments for years. Now, Guido Fetta plans to settle the argument about reactionless space drives for once and for all by sending one into …

Physics

2013’s 7 Books for Security Wonks to Read

Happy hol­i­days, Wash­ing­ton se­cur­ity wonks! You nom­in­ated some of your fa­vor­ite books from 2013 on na­tion­al se­cur­ity is­sues. We …

This VR glove lets you feel objects in the digital realm

Virtual reality has finally arrived but the package as a whole is far from a finished product. Aside from additional polish that’s needed in terms of …

WOW $399 LAX to Paris tiny packer round trip fare

I decided to check out what kind of deals are around today on WOW Air flying out of Los Angeles after writing the piece on WOW Air’s new policy for a …

How to cancel a flight without the hefty fee

Little-known rules give air travelers an opportunity to cancel their reservations and receive a full refund. This came about as part of a larger …

USDOT

Scientists Just Created 'Neural Dust.' It Could Be the Biggest Breakthrough in Keeping You Healthy

New wireless sensors no bigger than dust could let thousands of people monitor and reclaim their health over time.<p>Wireless technology already lets people enjoy activities like listening to music, but now, scientists have created barely-there wireless sensors applicable to dozens of medical …

This New Trend Wants You to Quit Your Desk Job and Travel the World

If you’ve ever dreamed of quitting your day job, packing up your stylish travel essentials and jetsetting the globe, you are definitely not alone. But after a few months of globetrotting through Pinterest’s top travel locations, you’ll probably notice that your bank account is a ghost of what it …

Employment

​What a Night of Sleep Deprivation Does to Your Brain

A study offers new insight into why sleep is so important for our brains.<p>Sleep: We all do it, a lot of us enjoy it, but no one knows exactly why we need it or what it does. We know that sleep deprivation can cause physical and psychological damage, yet it has also proved a very fast and effective …

The Brain