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Cross-Laminated Timber Continues to Impress Builders and Engineers On a cloudy day in early October, the architect Andrew Waugh circles the base of a nondescript apartment tower in Shoreditch, a neighborhood
Computers controlled by thought and other cutting edge developments have been named in a list of the top ten technologies which could shape our future Computers operated by the power of thought, wearable
Ever wonder why some people, even under adverse circumstances, set goals and achieve them effortlessly? Some of them, undoubtedly, are hard-wired to succeed. They just set themselves in a direction and
CONVERSATIONS IN SCIENCE Q&A: Richard Dawkins discusses evolution, religion and his fans British author and outspoken atheist Richard Dawkins talks about evolution, religion and his 'appetite for wonder.'
The plutocrats have taken roost on Manhattan Island. Following a week in which the highest auction prices ever paid for works by Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and Jeff Koons were logged in New York, Sotheby’s
National Geographic has once again opened its annual photo contest, with the deadline for submissions coming up on Saturday, November 30. One first-place winner will be chosen from each of the three categories,
Despite recent successes in the field, creating a quantum computer is really hard. For one thing quantum bits in a super positioned state (or qubits, the basic unit of data for quantum computing) have