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Neil DeGrasse Tyson: The Importance of Science

Neil DeGrasse Tyson has done a lot for Science.  He helps understand it, looks for it, and unravel it.  Watch him talk to the scientists...

Tweeting from Space? Teaching from Space now too!

Okay, so not really teaching, more like using students to help do an experiment to read radioactivity on the ground, in the sky and...

Better Incentives, Better Science

The Open Science Framework does methods properly, but the replicability crisis isn’t due to poor methods. Go read Brent Robert’s response to the replicability project. It’s super...

New Theory on Black Holes Suggests Much Less Harmless Demeanour

It is at the centre of our galaxy, and is responsible for the consumption of stars and planets in the universe, one thing that...

NASA To Place Ad in Star Trek Movie For Real-Life Starfleet.

Just as life imitates art, Star Trek has become a signpost, a highly held idea of where we can be in space.  Warp Drives,...

Hangover Cure in Pill Form on the Horizon?

A Los Angeles professor and his research team have begun developing a pill that oxidizes and removes alcohol from the body. /READ MORE// Study Suggests Drinking...

Incredible Images of Pluto from NASA

Pluto has just gotten a close up shot for the first time in almost 10 years.  Although photos have been taken of this planet...

Cosmos Premiere: Does Society Care about Science?

"Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” premiered yesterday night.* This reboot is an update on the original series, which was produced by (possibly) the most beloved...

Glass Fibers May Open Door to Neuromorphic Computing

Researchers have demonstrated how neural networks and synapses in the brain can be reproduced using special glass fibers made that are sensitive to light,...

Best of 2012 Science and Tech Stories

2012 was a huge year.  From testing our limits in space, to testing our Limits as humans.  We discovered what makes up the small...

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