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The Rise Of The 3D Printers

MIT's Giant 3D Printer Could Be The Solution To Building A Colony In Mars [VIDEO]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT MIT scientists have developed a self-sufficient giant 3D printer they hoped can one day help build a colony on Mars

Contol Room

NASA Confirms Cassini Spacecraft Is Back In Contact With Earth [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT Cassini spacecraft went for a risky maneuver in Saturn and it's back. Click here for more details.

The best throwing strategy is the slow arc

Yale Researcher Explores The Best Throwing Using Physics [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT Apparently, fast throws are less accurate.

UC Irvine physicists create 2D materials for fast electricity conduction

UC Irvine Physicists Create 2D Materials For Lightning-Fast Electricity Conductor [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 PM EDT The materials are expected to be used as components for future quantum computers and other electronics.

Prison

Princeton PPD Wants University To Divest In Private Prison Programs [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT A Princeton coalition wants the University to divest in private prison and disassociate from detention corporations.

NASA Flight Engineer Kjell Lindgren

Why The Space Suit Program of NASA Is In Need Of New Replacements [VIDEO]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT Analysts have expressed the need to establish a next-generation suit for spacewalking astronauts because of space trips that will be made in the future.

Stanford University

Stanford University Study Reveals How Moral Judgement Encourages Cooperation Among People [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 AM EDT A research conducted by Stanford University sociologist Robb Willer and researchers at the University of South Carolina suggests that moral judging can influence and encourage cooperation among ...

Young girls engage in STEM activities

Early Exposure To Computers and Robots Sparks STEM Interest Among Young Girls, UW Study Suggests [Video]

Apr 28, 2017 PM EDT UW Study Suggests that exposing young girls to computers will help spark their interest in STEM fields.

Screening should be implemented on Stem Cell therapy

Harvard Scientists Suggest Stem Cell Screening to Reduce Cancer Risk on Transplant Patients [Video]

Apr 27, 2017 PM EDT Stem cells cultivated in lab dish may go through mutations, which is why Harvard researchers suggests stem cell screening to keep regenerative treatment patients safe.

Solar Storm

NASA & Durham University Prove That Solar Storms, Big Or Small, Have One Source [Video]

Apr 27, 2017 AM EDT Giant eruptions and small bursts from the sun are closer cousins than humans thought.

Harvard Scientists Develop a New Way to Grow More Mature Organoids

Harvard Scientists Find New Way to Grow Complex Brain Cells in a Dish [Video]

Apr 27, 2017 AM EDT Brain disorder research finally gets a breakthrough with Harvard’s new discovery.

Cleaning Oil Spills

Scientists Develops New Method That May Clean Oil Spills Using Light [VIDEO]

Apr 27, 2017 AM EDT MIT scientists developed a technology that makes it easier to separate water and oil using ultraviolet light

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