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A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the (Climate) Forum

2008 sees a sea change in the face of the global warming debate.

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$330,000 Lab-Grown Burger Funded by Google’s Sergey Brin

World's first artificially grown burger will be eaten this week; method could one day cut methane emissions

Al Gore Announced Corecipient of Nobel Peace Prize

Al Gore and the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on climate change just won the Nobel

A Supercomputer on Your Wrist: Inforgraphic Series Shows Moore’s Law in Action

Theoretical computing performance has increased a trillion fold over the past 60 years

Al Gore Blasts Skeptics, Says He Wishes Global Warming Wasn’t Real

Recent climate research embarrassments don't change the overall truth, he argues

Anonymous Donor Saves Last U.S. Particle Physics Lab From Going Under

Fermi earns a stay-of-execution thanks in part to a generous anonymous philanthropist

Acoustic, Underwater Cloak Makes Objects Invisible to Sonar

The cloak is used to control sound waves underwater

An Incredible Discovery: Graphene Transistors Self-Cool

Future computers may not need a heat-sink -- their thermal electric properties result in net-cooling effect

$330,000 Lab-Grown Burger Funded by Google’s Sergey Brin

World's first artificially grown burger will be eaten this week; method could one day cut methane emissions

Global Tech News – “An Inconvenient Truth” Ruled Unfit for British Schools

High Court ruling says film contains key scientific errors; breaches education law

Anti-landmine Campaigners Target War Robots

Campaigners says deploying autonomous murderous robots is not a smart idea

American Global Warming Researcher Investigated for Fraud

Panel found Phil Jones did nothing wrong, in review of leaked emails

Anti-Evolution Actor Modifies Darwin’s Work With Questionable Intro

On the 150th anniversary of Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" there's hot debate between critics and scientists

Alcohol May Increase Capacity to Learn

Researchers find that repeated alcohol use increases synaptic plasticity of the brain

“An Inconvenient Truth” Ruled Unfit for British Schools

High Court ruling says film contains key scientific errors; breaches education law

Acoustic Tweezers Developed to Move Living Cells

Acoustic tweezers are useful in biology experiments

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Locates Apollo 11 F-1 Engines, Looks to Resurrect Them

Bezos plans to ask NASA's permission to put the engines in the Museum of Flight in Seattle

AMD Announces Dedicated Stream Processor, Again

Developed by AMD's Graphics Product Group, the Stream processor appears to really be the ATI Stream processor announced several weeks…

ACLU Complaint Claims “Slow” Android Updates are Endangering People

ACLU blames carriers is demanding a full investigation of the issue

Antarctic Ice Levels Hit Record High

Highest amount seen since record-keeping began

Anti-HIV Gel for Women May Cut Chances of Infection in Half

Could contribute an almost 30-year campaign against AIDS

After Losing Its Minds and Losing Hope, University of Texas Finally Finds Its Brains

Over 100 cerebrum of mentally ill had vanished seemingly without a trace, but the decades old mystery has been solved…

After Missing 5 Predictions, IPCC Cuts Global Warming Forecast

It appears runaway warming predictions may have been fantasy

Army’s Laser Wagon Prepares to Roll Onto the Battlefield

Next-gen solution will supplement today's projectile-based auto-turrets

“An Inconvenient Truth” Ruled Unfit for British Schools

High Court ruling says film contains key scientific errors; breaches education law

Antarctic Sea Ice Expanding While Arctic Ice Melts

But climate scientists believe melting will occur in the Antarctic this century

Ancient Aliens? 11.2 Billion Year Old Solar System Discovered

NASA says ancient solar system could have been habitable, may hold the keys to questions about origins of life in…

Army Technology Includes Opportunities to Regenerate Lost Limbs

Regenerative medicine was just one of the research projects displayed at the 26th Army Science Convention recently.

Global Tech News – $330,000 Lab-Grown Burger Funded by Google’s Sergey Brin

World's first artificially grown burger will be eaten this week; method could one day cut methane emissions

A Supercomputer on Your Wrist: Infographic Series Shows Moore’s Law in Action

Theoretical computing performance has increased a trillion fold over the past 60 years

Argonne Launches Construction of $95M USD Next-Gen Energy Lab

Funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory's new lab will help U.S. maintain energy leadership

10th Planet Xena Larger Than Pluto

Potentially the 10th planet in the solar system, scientists confirm that Xena is larger than Pluto

Amid Extradition and Prosecution Efforts, NSA Leaker Fears They’ll Come for His Family

Leaker walked away from a $200,000 USD salary and "paradise" job in Hawaii to "do the right thing"

Ancient Aliens? 11.2 Billion Year Old Solar System Discovered

NASA says ancient solar system could have been habitable, may hold the keys to questions about origins of life in…

AIM, Shame and Blame: The Sad State of Unified Communications

Unified Communication is taking baby steps but has a long way to go. What is unified communications and why should…

An Incredible Discovery: Graphene Transistors Self-Cool

Future computers may not need a heat-sink -- their thermal electric properties result in net-cooling effect

A Bug’s Life: Female Cave Bugs Have Penises, Penetrate Males for Three Days

International team discovers bizarre and bewildering secrets of insect reproduction

10,000 RPM Artificial Heart With No Pulse Replaces Human/Animal Hearts

Currently, 50 calves and three humans are using the pump, which completely replaces their natural hearts

Are “Keyless Entry” Hacks Really the Source of Recent Car Break Ins?

My investigation did reveal some Chinese sites selling devices which claimed to be able to detect and amplify car key…

After Losing Its Minds and Losing Hope, University of Texas Finally Finds Its Brains

Over 100 cerebrum of mentally ill had vanished seemingly without a trace, but the decades old mystery has been solved…

AR State Officals Suggest Natural Gas Injection Mining Causes Quakes

A record number of earthquakes of increasing strength struck the region after wells were brought online

Apple Has Top Brand According to World Consumers

Survey among professionals, students puts Apple brand as most impactful on their lives, Microsoft wins most in need of revamp

A Supercomputer on Your Wrist: Infographic Series Shows Moore’s Law in Action

Theoretical computing performance has increased a trillion fold over the past 60 years

Analysis: Discovery Channel’s “Eaten Alive” was a Sham, But Could Lead to Real Discoveries

False marketing, hype, and a painful anticlimax are par for the course with Discovery, but stunt did gather interesting data

Amazon is experimenting with a new kind of grocery stores, Amazon Go

While many on-site stores are closing their doors to customers, like Walmart’s recent announcement of closing 269 stores including 154…