Film offers the best color and clarity, but in Hollywood’s effects houses, computers rule. Moviemakers must expertly blend both media.
This blog is about what’s real, and what’s not, in the life sciences. It’s also about what happens when the science actually works.
Washington’s growing interest could help make plug-in hybrids more affordable. The payoff: 150 miles per gallon.
University of Iowa researchers believe they have found a genetic pattern among smokers.
A new device, with sensors the size of human cells, can measure, record, and assess the risk of radiation emissions in real time.
The cofounder of MIT’s Media Lab, Nicholas Negroponte, wants to make $100 laptops available to poor children throughout the world. The next few months will be critical in determining whether the One Laptop per Child project succeeds.
A new process turns the greenhouse gas into useful materials.
Using an EEG cap, a startup hopes to change the way people interact with video games.
William Sutherling of the Huntington Medical Research Institute demonstrates how to use magnetic imaging to hunt down seizure-causing brain tissue.