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Aerial Spying, 100 Years before Drones

Reported in Scientific American This Week in World War I: October 10, 1914 Drones are at the forefront of warfare in the 21st century. These unarmed and unpiloted aircraft, big and small, circle far above the battlefield, collecting images and reporting back to headquarters, electronically...

October 10, 2014 — Dan Schlenoff

The 2014 Nobel Prizes

The brain's inner GPS, blue LEDs and a super-high resolution microscopy technique were the discoveries that took the prestigious honors this year

October 9, 2014
Presenting the Hip Hop Science Quiz Show

Presenting the Hip Hop Science Quiz Show

Mark your calendars. Set your coming to Me and team of other zany public loving scientists will spend 2 whole days delivering fun hands-on science activities to families attending the ever awesome Geek Girl Con...

October 8, 2014 — DNLee

Renewables Are as Green as You'd Expect

Despite all the metals and raw materials that go into making solar cells and wind turbines, these sources of low-carbon renewable electrify will have a low climate and environmental impact through 2050...

October 8, 2014 — Bobby Magill and Climate Central

Can Soylent Replace Food?

A new product claims to make eating a thing of the past. Are you ready for life without food? 

October 8, 2014 — Nutrition Diva Monica Reinagel
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