The Guardian Dear David Cameron, please can I be your science adviser? The Guardian Dear Prime Minister. I am writing to you for a very specific reason. I was wondering if you'd consider hiring me as your official science adviser?
Engelbart's Unfinished Revolution Howard Rheingold MIT Technology Review Doug Engelbart knew that his obituaries would laud him as “Inventor of the Mouse.” I can see him smiling wistfully, ironically, at the thought.
NBCNews.com Officer who leaked Dzhokhar Tsarnaev photos: "I'm doing great" CBS News (CBS News) The Massachusetts State Police sergeant who leaked photos of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been placed on restricted duty for now.
Scientists find strange, shape-shifting particles Fox News The discovery was made at the T2K neutrino experiment in Japan, where scientists sent a beam of muon neutrinos from the J-PARC laboratory in Tokai Village on the eastern coast of Japan,...
Duke Energy Investigates Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging Technology Forbes The folks at Duke Energy Duke Energy see change coming quickly to the electric industry, and they intend to be involved in that process of evolution.
Nvidia brings high-end graphics core technology to Tegra 5 PCWorld Nvidia on Wednesday said that it has made its biggest advance in mobile graphics technology with the integration of its latest graphics core code-named Kepler into Tegra 5, which is...
Prince William & Kate Middleton Speak Out: Kate's First Words After Baby Hollywood Life So sweet! In a joint statement, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thanked the hospital for their 'tremendous care,' following the birth of their newborn baby boy!
euronews Subway fashion show in Japan euronews A fashion show was held to attract more passengers to Japan's oldest subway line. The Midousuji Line in Osaka began in 1933. It carries passengers to the city's central district.
The Latest Fashion Accessory: A Museum Exhibit Wall Street Journal (blog) “I think museum directors have come to realize that, like Impressionism, fashion really brings in the crowds,” says Valerie Steele, director and chief curator of the Museum...
Charisma News Marketplace 'Missionary' Targets Fashion Industry With Redemptive Purpose Charisma News “I'd say at best, the church ignores the fashion industry,” said Amos Chiou, graduating senior at Cornell University.
Wired Researchers Find More Evidence That Dolphins Use Names Wired For decades, scientists have been fascinated by dolphins' so-called signature whistles: distinctive vocal patterns learned early and used throughout life.
BBC America Joins Greek Mythology Project; 'Game of Thrones' and 'Hatfields ... Television Week (blog) BBC America Joins Greek Mythology Project; 'Game of Thrones' and 'Hatfields & McCoys' Alums on Board Deadline.
Nightlife Agenda: Late-night science, British beer and 90-cent bourbon Washington Post But no matter: The people dying to go to this event are into space exploration and science, and they'll get their fill.