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Scientists Discover Make Objects Invisible Paperblog Pick in Science

Scientists Discover a Way to Make 3D Objects Invisible

The “invisible” man has existed in popular culture from times immemorial. Now, scientists have almost brought that invisibility to our closets. Read more

Something Completely Different Merck Index Challenge Paperblog Pick in Science

And Now For Something Completely Different 5: The Merck Index Challenge

Sorry things have been so quiet around here; it's been a hectic month! Here's something silly born of an unusual conversation over coffee. The office microwave: unnecessary... Read more


  • Teacup Piglets

    Teacup Piglets

    quick facts:Grow to be on average about 45 to 60 lbs and around  ”(it can smaller, or larger.)Live 15 to 20 years sometimes longer.Are among the smartest animal... Read more

    The 17 March 2013 by   Phoenixwriter
  • New Sabertooth Tiger Fossil Found

    Sabertooth Tiger Fossil Found

    The north hills side of Las Vegas is home to a wealth of Ice Age mammal fossils, like mammoths, camels, and bisons. But now they there’s another cool find they... Read more

    The 15 March 2013 by   Ningauble
  • Guest Post: Pactamycin (Hanessian, 2012)

    Guest Post: Pactamycin (Hanessian, 2012)

    To mix things up a bit, I've traded posts with Brandon from Chemtips, who's going to be telling you a bit more about Hanessian's pactamycin work in this... Read more

    The 04 March 2013 by   Brsm
  • Early Human Ancestor Surprisingly Smart

    Early Human Ancestor Surprisingly Smart

    Tia Ghose, LiveScience Staff Writer Date: 12 March 2013 Early human ancestors needed high-level intelligence to use fire, new research suggests. Read more

    The 14 March 2013 by   Phoenixwriter
  • Woodward Wednesday 6: Reserpine (Part 2/2)

    Woodward Wednesday Reserpine (Part 2/2)

    Okay, this second post is a lot later and a fair bit shorter than I had hoped it would be, but it's been a crazy and not entirely pleasant month. Enjoy! Read more

    The 27 March 2013 by   Brsm
  • St. Patrick and The Snakes

    Patrick Snakes

    http://prescott-area-foreclosures.comThe article below can be found at About.comSt. Patrick and the Snakes of Ireland: St. Patrick is known as a symbol of... Read more

    The 16 March 2013 by   Phoenixwriter
  • Supply Chain Resiliency: A Vague Concept?

    Supply Chain Resiliency: Vague Concept?

    "Supply-chain resiliency is something companies in the high-tech sector and other industries have been talking about for years," writes Jennifer Baljko. "Even... Read more

    The 13 March 2013 by   Stephendeangelis
  • Why Vaccinate Your Children?

    Vaccinate Your Children?

    QUESTION: Not immunizing does not expose someone to a disease, only actual exposure to the disease does so. If a vaccine is effective and your children are... Read more

    The 31 March 2013 by   Allen_macneill
  • Myo Wristband Uses Muscle Impulses to Control Remote Objects

    Wristband Uses Muscle Impulses Control Remote Objects

    Thalmic Labs recently announced that Myo, their gesture controlled wristband might be made available to the public by the end of 2013. Read more

    The 04 March 2013 by   Ningauble
  • Robots Learn to Talk to Each Other

    Robots Learn Talk Each Other

    "As I gaze in the coming year's crystal ball," writes Miranda Mulligan, "I suspect that, at this time next year, we will be talking about 2013 being the rise... Read more

    The 26 March 2013 by   Stephendeangelis