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Optogenetics hold the key to future brain disease cures

Those mad neuroscientists, they'll never learn, but maybe in the end we'll all be better off for it. Wired has put together an extremely…

Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Oct 21, 2009

Jupiter's Moon Europa Has Enough Oxygen For Life!

A model of Europa's interior, including a global ocean. If a 100 kilometer-deep ocean existed below the Europan ice shell, it would be 10…

Started by Morgan Matthew

7 Oct 19, 2009
Reply by doone

32 New Exoplanets Found

Today, at an international ESO/CAUP conference, the discovery of an additional 32 extra-solar planets was announced, including a number of…

Started by Dave G

3 Oct 19, 2009
Reply by Reggie

iRobot Unveils Morphing Blob Robot (w/ Video)


Started by Morgan Matthew

0 Oct 16, 2009

Near-Earth mass exo-planet found

Last year, astronomers discovered a planet that they initially estimated as having a mass of 3.3 Earths. Further observations have caused t…

Started by Dave G

4 Oct 12, 2009
Reply by a7

Physics at the Gym

Physics at the Gym By Adam Weiner Posted 05.20.2009 Who isn't amused by the rare and impressive science-savvy party trick? One that involv…

Started by Johnny

9 May 21, 2009
Reply by Johnny

How the media hides behind "balance" when covering global warming

One of my fares was a professor of journalism at Penn State, so I asked him as we arrived at his destination, why is it that global warming…

Started by Arron

5 Apr 30, 2009
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Galactic beauty A truly beautiful image of a distant spiral galaxy (300+ mil…

Started by Dave G

4 Apr 30, 2009
Reply by Michel A. Poisson

Science is just one gene away from defeating religion

When I was a medical student at Cambridge in the Sixties, I walked to lectures past the forbidding exterior of the Cavendish Laboratory, as…

Started by Morgan Matthew

5 Apr 29, 2009
Reply by a7

Do YOU have science on the brain??

One thing I've noticed as I've become more and more of a nerd is that the science-y stuff is taking over my normal thinking processes. For…

Started by Sniz

3 Apr 26, 2009
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Do You Need The Universe To Have Had A Beginning?

Started by Tom Sarbeck. Last reply by Davis Goodman on Friday. 32 Replies

African clawed frog

Started by JadeBlackOlive. Last reply by Pope Beanie Oct 21, 2016. 2 Replies

3.7-billion-year-old fossils

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Hydra - the water snake

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