A second lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the NSA's dragnet phone surveillance program was lodged today in a New York federal court by the American Civil Liberties Union, calling the spying "one of the largest surveillance efforts ever...
In the battle against cancer, one video game is taking the deadly disease head-on. And some young patients are the winners. (Nice quote from @hayeslat here: Video game aims to help young cancer patients.
NASA is spending about $125000 to fund research into 3Dprinted food to efficiently feed astronauts on long voyages. The opensource printer however may... (NASA has plans to build a 3-D printer that can print food for astronauts.
The quality and comfort of your office chair affects your health and productivity. With so many options, though, picking the right one for you isn't easy. This graphic from Office Chairs Unlimited can help.
Forget Big Brother. Companies and countries are discovering that algorithms programmed to scour vast quantities of data can be much more powerful. They can predict your next purchase, forecast car thefts and maybe even help cure cancer.
In terms of health care, your pharmacist is your last stop between your doctor and any prescription drugs you take. Subsequently, they're trained to answer all kinds of questions about drug interactions, types of drugs, and plenty more.
For seniors deficient in vitamins B and D, calcium, and iron, supplements can help with nutritional balance. (The Best Vitamins and Minerals for Seniors: For seniors deficient in vitamins B and D, calcium, and iron, supp...
The best science infographics make data digestible, accessible and visually appealing, without skimping on the relevant facts. Some are for scientists, organizing massive amounts of data in a way that’s powerfully useful; while others are designed for a lay audience, illustrating complex concepts simply, like the science behind the Higgs Boson or evolution. It’s in this latter category that science infographics are making the most obvious widespread impact.
Here are five science infographics for non-scientists that will change the way you see the world.