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Ken Mankoff is a PhD student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where he studies ice and ocean interactions. He also counts himself among a growing legion of environmental scientists who have begun using Microsoft's Kinect to create detailed, 3D maps of caves, glaciers and even astero...

December 15th 2011 at 4:05pm 0 Comments
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It probably wasn't the most consequential update of the day, but we did get one big question answered from the iPhone SDK event in February: why the iPhone's calculator icon got changed from round buttons to square ones. Apple apparently had a lot of requests for a scientific version of the calcula...

June 9th 2008 at 7:30pm 0 Comments
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Regular nerves getting you down? Why not try a bionic nerve? According to reports, researchers at the University of Michigan have developed an artificial nerve which could have the ability to bring damaged limbs and organs back to life. In a study published in the medical rag Experimental Neurology...

October 19th 2007 at 1:50am 0 Comments
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TiVo might just have a issue on their hands. The TiVo HD launched late last month and almost immediately, it required a software update (8.1.7b1-01-2-652) to fix pixilation issues caused by Scientific Atlanta CableCARDs. Well, some users are still having the same issue two weeks after the up...

August 14th 2007 at 8:20pm 0 Comments
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Scientific Journal and National Geographic are teaming up with Destination Software to create games based on National Geographic's films. The first project, which is a DS game based on March of the Penguins, is set to release later on this month. The other, possibly higher-profile project, is a game...

November 15th 2006 at 10:55am 0 Comments
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Scientific Journal and National Geographic are teaming up with Destination Software to create games based on National Geographic's films. The first project, which is a DS game based on March of the Penguins, is set to release later on this month. The other, possibly higher-profile project, is a game...

November 15th 2006 at 10:55am 0 Comments

Those silly rabbids! Baths are for kids! These quarky scientific facts about rabbids always make us smile. Yet, with this video and the next, we find ourselves missing the old music. One of the main reasons we loved watching these 30 seconds of joy had a lot to do with the crazy rabbid screaming....

September 12th 2006 at 6:00pm 0 Comments