May
11
2007

New Military Diagnostic Techniques Announced

The United States Military is currently developing new techniques to diagnose closed head traumas. Some of the latest techniques involve gamma rays and radio isotopes. Recent studies have shown out of over 13,000 troops, about 2,400 of them had some form of brain damage. [More]
May
1
2007

The Age of Discovery is Not Yet Over

Professor Wysession, a seismologist at Washington University, has discovered a large body of water the size of the Arctic Ocean at the core-mantel boundary of Earth. Interesting enough, this discovery happened while studying earthquakes! [More]
Apr
25
2007

Do Cell Phones Kill Bees?

It has been reported that over 20% of the commercial bees in Europe and the USA have been mysteriously killed off. Various research has showed that one possible reason for the drop in bee population is the use of cell phones and the radiation they emit! If this is indeed the case, who knows what other harm this may bring us. [More]
Apr
19
2007

Imitation is Indeed Flattery

In looking for aerodynamic designs, what better place to look than nature! Designers and researchers have created a vehicle imitating a fish, and an airplane resembling bat wings -- all in less time than you may think. [More]
Apr
11
2007

Plasmons, Nanotechnology and the Future

In April's outstanding issue of Scientific American, the world of Plasmonics as applied to nanotechnology is explored and discussed in depth. It explains how plasmonics works. The author, Harry Atwater, makes this fascinating, but difficult subject very understandable to those of us who lack engineering or physics degrees. [More]
Apr
5
2007

Internet Alert for American Manufacturers

As if American manufacturers don't have enough trouble to worry about, now they must pay attention to foreign Internet hackers and spies. Zycon provides some basic tips on how to limit your company's exposure to hackers and pranksters. [More]
Mar
29
2007

Prom Queen - The Medium is the Message

The Internet is becoming more and more of a place for businesses to concentrate their advertising, innovations, and even main products on. Michael Eisner, former CEO of Disney, is no stranger to this phenomenon. [More]
Mar
21
2007

The Future of Movies?

USA Today has reported back on Mar 12, 2007 that the movie "300" has set box office records for March. What is even more remarkable is that this movie was entirely computer generated. Is it possible the movie of the future will have a small amount or even no human actors? It may never be the same! [More]
Mar
15
2007

Ocean Temperatures and Global Warming

A professor of Physics of the Oceans at Potsdam University warns that global warming is having a greater and quicker effect on the oceans than we first thought. He adds that if we do not act now, the effects of global warming on the oceans will be irreversible. [More]
Mar
12
2007

Lost in Plain Sight

Technology is a wonderful thing, but without any imagination, the applications of technology are very limited. The Smithsonian Magazine has an article that shows that through technology, some things previously lost are now found right "in plain sight." [More]

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