BEST OF 2015 // #87: The Super-Fast Liquid 3D Printer

A new type of 3D Printer can make object that appear you grow from liquid within minutes.  It's a new method of 3D Printing,...

BEST OF 2015 // #88: Scientific Misconduct

In July of 2015, the Iowa District Court sentenced biomedical researcher and former Iowa State University fellow Dong-Pyou Han to 57 months in jail...

BEST OF 2015 // #89: Cecil’s Legacy

On July 4th , Cecil the lion’s wireless tracking collar went silent.  Oxford University’s WildCRU (wildlife Conservation and Research Unit) had been following Cecil’s...

Best of 2015 // #90: The Forever Camera

Cameras are relatively simply machines.  They need energy to work.  Light is energy.  A modern camera works by sensing light, and this fact may...

Best of 2015 // #91: New Pain Relief

Hospital patients in need of quality pain relievers may soon be using manufacture opioids created by sugar-eating yeast, much like what Bakers and Brewers...

Best of 2015 // #92: Growing Stem Cells in Animals

Working with Stem Cells isn't easy: when isolated, 99 percent of stem cells die, making it extremely difficult to either tinker with them, or...

Best of 2015 // #93: Do You See What I...

Scientists all have their go-tos: Biologists have their lab rats, Astronomers have telescopes.  For color researchers, they now have #TheDress. READ MORE // Optical Illusions: Make...

BEST OF 2015 // #86: Deforestation Rates Are Not Falling

The Rainforests have long been called the 'lungs' of our planet: they exhale life-giving oxygen and inhale carbon dioxide.  A study published in May...

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