My blog about science illiteracy two days ago has fomented a mini-tempest–and some thoughts.
Software toolkits and cheap hardware have led to the comeback of the garage startup. But this time the boom is more rational.
Adding decoy photons to quantum-cryptographic signals should finally make them “unconditionally secure.”
Ten years after Ian Wilmut announced that he had cloned the first mammal ever, where are the clones of me, you, and my dog, Brownie?
Hydrogen may never be feasible as a fuel for vehicles, but BMW is pushing ahead anyway with an advanced hydrogen-gas combustion hybrid.
A small region of the brain called the insula may be a master regulator of actions, cravings, and emotional experiences.
As its 20th anniversary approaches, what can the landmark agreement on controlling CFCs teach those who want to control greenhouse gases?
Scientists are learning to control a class of proteins that could have greater staying power in the body.
Researchers find a way to make liquid fuels from waste cheaply and without the pollution produced by earlier methods.