Chicago's MSI is holding another "Month at the Museum" contest! The winner will get to spend 30 days inside the museum's grounds, documenting his or her experience via Twitter, YouTube and a blog. Cash prize includes $10,000 along with the tech gear they'd get to document their days.
Disclaimer: I was one of the Finalists from last year's contest. — By
avoision at 11:55 AM Thu
@otolythe notes Turing's B-Day on @hilobrow — By
dr.hypercube at 5:07 AM Thu
Paranormal investigation groups claim to be scientific in their mission and activities. But, they don't reach that high bar. Instead, they mimic science and look "Scientifical". That may be enough for some people to take them seriously. — By
S. Hill at 8:33 AM Wed
An interesting first look at the Vancouver riots from the perspective of science - what can science tell us about crowds? — By
thirdway at 6:43 PM Tue
I'm hoping this is some kind of hoax - or has a better explanation than what's offered on this site...
I have a hard time believing that people would be designing a 'flu' to 'cure' people of 'fundamentalism'.
But what do I know? - I'm probably naive. — By
jh at 1:35 PM Tue
Military doctors struggling to treat post-traumatic stress disorder are quietly adding a new tool to their arsenal: A controversial brain-wave therapy they say can heal troubled veterans and even send once-broken troops back into combat. — By
JoSparro at 1:25 PM Tue
Another adorable picture of baby things. This time, tiny, odd looking shorebirds. — By
mpb at 8:21 AM Tue
Running barefoot or with minimalist shoes is all the rage. And while the latter will lessen the impact of rocks, glass, sticks, and other debris the former will put your feet in direct contact. Throw in a screaming child and a baby jogger and this is what your feet might look like. — By
y2kemo at 6:06 AM Tue
By using titanium dioxide exactingly applied to silicon a group of reasearchers at Stanford University have dramatically advanced the solar splitting of H2O. — By
caseyd at 2:05 PM Mon
Putting science to use to answer the burning questions that keep us up at night: What is the launch velocity of a flying Sifaka lemur from Madagascar? I use the open source program Tracker to find out. Cool video, motion capture, and physics! — By
Aatish at 6:13 AM Mon