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Tue, Dec 23, 2014 7:22 PM
There are all sorts of creative (and better) ways of finding your lost stuff these days.
Everyone assumes that wild and wooly New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York have this nailed, but not so!
Advancements made by scientists allow us to see objects that are just billionths of a meter in size.
To create a true white light requires red, green and blue light-emitting diodes — but the blue had been a surprising holdout until this trio of researchers came along.
High-tech java research aims to improve crops, cut costs and answer some vexing caffeine questions.
With an estimated price tag of nearly a billion U.S. dollars, the 7-mile bike highway would help alleviate the British capital city's traffic and air pollution woes.
'Place' and 'grid' cells in the hippocampus make it possible for rats to get their bearings and navigate.
With the Ego, Italy's Energica has entered the the electric motorcycle market with a bang — not to mention a female CEO with a great story to tell.
The 'solarbox' scheme may pain some smartphone-eschewing old-timers. But at least London's beloved phone boxes are still kind of being used to make calls, right?
Corvettes and Vipers aren't getting stopped by police. It's the much more mild-mannered cars that attract attention.
Here's hoping that Thomas Edison is rolling over in his grave ... with laughter.
Wearable drone could revolutionize our favorite form of vain photography.
For 60 years, CERN has made advances in science and technology.
Assaf Shaham hopes that artificial coral can offer a safe and environmentally sound alternative to human bone grafts.
Discovery proves that there's an invisible line separating advanced technology from magic.
The hydrogen-powered Tucson has 265 miles of range, 3-minute fills, and free fuel if you sign a lease now.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.