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Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:30 AM
The nanoscale structures would propel themselves into tight spaces that other treatments can't reach.
Rally drivers Travis Pastrana and Ken Block can do things with a skidding car you and I could only dream of. And the television cameras are rolling.
Video: Two elephants walk on their new prosthetic legs after recovering from landmine blasts in Thailand. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown has the story.
Eco-photos of the week: Jan. 3-9.
You can blame your brain for those blank moments of memory.
One of the most influential environmental films ever made proved eerily prophetic.
Engineers say the movements of a cockroach are more efficient for robots than human locomotion.
Vast lakes of melted ice may have existed during a warm, wet spell on the red planet.
Is the great mobile-computing convergence finally happening, or will it be just another pretty tablet?
CIA revives MEDEA, a partnership between the nation’s top spies and environmental scientists.
NASA scientists on Kepler mission seek to discover moons that could support life as we know it.
When your office gets a computer upgrade, chances are the old machines are stuffed in a broom closet. But Dell offers end-of-life care and recycling for those aging computers.
Could this technology be the end of fair sportsmanship in fishing?
Two of the best films of all time explored the sinister underbelly of environmental politics -- Chinatown and Soylent Green
Kepler space telescope reveals five worlds orbiting nearby stars.
215th meeting of American Astronomical Society billed as the largest confab of astronomers in the history of the universe.
New York Times contributor blogs about green transportation.