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We've seen tacocopters and burrito bombers, and though those will probably be real someday, neither is going to be really delivering anything any time soon. These beer drones, on the other hand, might actually be delivering real beer to real people.
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Take a solar panel. Surround it with light-emitting diodes attached to a microprocessor and, in northern climes at least, some kind of heater. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
For just $12, you can get 11 science fiction books right now, by authors including Alan Dean Foster, Barbara Hambly, Harlan Ellison, Greg Bear and Elizabeth Ann Scarborough. But you better move fast: the Humble Sci-Fi eBook Bundle won't last forever.
The more biologists look, the stranger the places they find life. Whether it's in the boiling mud ponds of Yellowstone or in radioactive seams miles beneath the surface of the Earth, microbes seem capable of surviving just about anywhere.
If Google were a real person, he would probably have the world's most frustrating job.
We often get news about conflict zones directly from video uploaded by onlookers who aren't journalists. But are those images real scenes or faked propaganda? Amnesty International now has a site to help viewers do the detective work to find out.
With some directors, you can immediately tell you're watching a movie they directed just by looking at a still frame without any context.
There is a long history of innovation that has benefited civilian life, driven by military research and development. This time, the military is taking a cue fro
Une jeune pousse américaine commercialisera dès l’année prochaine une imprimante 3D reposant sur un procédé de stéréolithographie maison qui promet des pièces mieux finies et fabriquées bien plus rapidement.
In a short interview, Greg Jackson from the ICRI (Intel Collaborative Research Institute) introduced us to “Pigeon sim”, an open-source software that is using the motion sensing technology of Kinect®.
Blasé par le Rubik's Cube et tous les jeux du même genre ? Venez donc essayer les cubes I N S I D E ⊃3; si vous l'osez...
The number 9 is kind of amazing. How amazing? Keep on reading for the exciting conclusion to Math Dude's story about the magical number 9 -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
At the end of June, a coalition led by the Electronic Frontier Foundation trolled the NSA by air, hiring a huge blimp to hover over the agency's new data center in Utah . Now, the EFF has released a huge image of the high-security center.
A summer cooking challenge from Science Buddies -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
The recent revelations about the NSA's clandestine electronic surveillance programs have highlighted the risks of European dependency on U.S.
When designing a commercial structure, there is one safety component that must be designed right into the building from the start: egress. Read more...
Warning: contains minor spoilers for The Fault in Our Stars. I recently read The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, now a major motion picture that has led to theft in Amsterdam and a shortage of...
Windows: Atom, the free text editor from the folks at Github (and one of our favorite text editors ), now has an official Windows version.
Here's the official, anted up sequel to First Kiss, called Undress Me, which means "strangers" are taking off each other's clothes now in a video to promote the new season of Masters of Sex.
Thanks to [Edward Snowden] we have a huge, publicly available catalog of the very, very interesting electronic eavesdropping tools the NSA uses. Everything from incredibly complex ARM/FPGA/Flash modules smaller than a penny to machines that can...
The idea of truly flexible displays never gets boring, and now LG has created its biggest bendable screen to date: an 18-inch OLED panel that has enough flexibility to roll into a tube that's an inch across.
And you thought it was neat that there'd been a long-hidden Easter Egg in Halo: Reach. Whatever. One that's been hiding inside Halo 3 - for seven long years - has finally been found. And it's pretty sweet.
Alright, 3D Printers exist. They're machines you can simply buy for a few hundred dollars, set them on your desk, and have them start churning out plastic parts. A little pedestrian, isn't it? How ...
Electrolux is known for its bold and sometimes ridiculous concepts, and the Swedish appliance manufacturer holds a contest every year to encourage young designers to submit their innovative/cockamamie ideas.
Sixty-year-old ampoule contains smallpox DNA, and it is unclear whether the virus is viable. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Over the past few years, social psychologists have come under fire for publishing work based on falsified and non-reproducible evidence .