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The World Health Organization reports that 780 million people don't have access to clean water, and 3.4 million die each year due to water-borne diseases.
The concussion is one of the most common and most dangerous of sports injuries. Confirming someone has one usually means a trip to the hospital, but that could soon change.
UNSW's Michelle Simmons has become one of just ten Australians to join the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Erno Rubik, right, the inventor of Rubik's Cube, talks with speedcuber Anthony Brooks on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at Liberty Science Center's newest exhibit, "Beyond Rubik's Cube," opening on Saturday.
Erno Rubik, right, inventor of Rubik's Cube, tours the new exhibit at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, "Beyond Rubik's Cube," with Director of Design and New Media and exhibit design lead, Anne Neumann, on Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
Industry-sponsored academic research leads to innovative patents and licenses, and may not skew science towards inventions that are less accessible and less useful to others, according to a new analysis.
The University has adopted a wide-ranging new academic vision to shape its efforts in the coming decade to become a national leader in breakthrough research, innovative undergraduate and graduate education, service, and public engagement.
A new solar material that has the same crystal structure as a mineral first found in the Ural Mountains in 1839 is shooting up the efficiency charts faster than almost anything researchers have seen before-and it is generating optimism that a less expensive way of using sunlight to generate electricity may be in our planet's future.
Nobody needs a bacon bowl. We've managed to survive as a species for thousands of years consuming bacon in its much more pedestrian form: as strips.
Two Stanford scientists have worked together to create tools for observing nerves in living animals that signal between themselves in real time.
Thomas Larson's first product is a lens with 15 times magnification, which could be used by coin and stamp collectors, for example.
Nathan Myhrvold was always interested in a variety of things as a kid, and now - after a lucrative career with Microsoft - that's led him to pioneer new approaches to cooking, dinosaur research and bio-terror Nathan Myhrvold, CEO and Co-Founder of Intellectual Ventures and also Microsoft's first chief technology officer, is on a mission to keep ... (more)
I don't know if this is some new trend or just what a select bunch of bored Polish kids do to pass the time.
I know this identifies me as a solid middle-aged suburban guy, but when I saw this story on Philly.com about two guys who are trying to patent their invention of a lawn mower that edges and weed whacks, too, I got really excited.
I have just written the world's worst science research paper: More than incompetent, it's a mess of plagiarism and meaningless garble.