Science and Tech
Time travel? Almost...
Real-life Lex Luthor Elon Musk hopes to open up his rockets for commercial use – not just off-world to set up colonies in Mars, but also to get from New York to Shanghai in nearly 29 minutes.
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The key to humanity’s success or failure might come in the form of artificial intelligence, or AI.
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Medicine, physics, chemistry – oh my!
Freedman spoke to a crowd of Northwestern students and local astronomy enthusiasts about her work on the Giant Magellan Telescope.
Can we live on Mars? Will our tears soon produce electricity? NBN explains in this week’s science news.
HotPlate, the winning team, offers an app for restaurant-goers seeking reviews on individual dishes.
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Twitter is exploding and NASA is crashing, but it’s all good things?
“If I could tell people one thing, [it would be to] think about what you’re buying and think about whether it’s necessary.”
You take a look down at your hands and you see 10 wrinkly raisins of fingers staring back at you. What happened?
What happens when you get biochemists and entrepreneurs to work together?
Google Docs has fallen prey to yet another phishing scam.
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Know what you're doing with your night out and what your night out is doing to you
Yaks, cars and worms, oh my – all this week in science news.
Who run the world?
NBN interviews the winners of the BuildHer hackathon.