NDSCS: THE SCIENCE OF SUCCESS NDSCS Wildcat Athletic Camps
By Sarah Hoffbeck
Wondering how to keep your son or daughter busy and active this summer? Why not enroll them in an NDSCS Wildcat Athletic Camp? Whether theyre into basketball or volleyball, theres a... Posted on 5/24/13 at 2:09 PM
SUNDOG Google Glass - Pinch to Zoom and Wink to take Picture
Image Source: Google
Google might be planning on bringing some really awesome gestures to Glass.
This information was leaked to The Next Web by reddit user fodawim.
According to the information, t... Posted on 4/24/13 at 10:14 AM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Wind Power -- for and by Small, Ordinary People
Sunday I spent the entire day reading.
For hours and hours I absorbed myself in The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, co-written by William Kamkwamba, the proponent of the tale, and Bryan Mealer. I was dra... Posted on 4/23/13 at 1:40 PM
CHICAGO (AP) — When Michael Gore stands, it's a triumph of science and engineering. Eleven years ago, Gore was paralyzed from the waist down in a workplace accident, yet he rises from his wheelchair to his full 6-foot-2-inches and walks across the room with help from a lightweight wearable robot.
CARLA K. JOHNSON,AP Medical Writer
, May 09, 2013
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — Scientists have taken the idea of a film short down to new levels. Molecular levels. IBM says it has made the tiniest stop-motion movie ever — a one-minute video of individual carbon monoxide molecules repeatedly rearranged to show a boy dancing, throwing a ball and bouncing on a trampoline.
MOJAVE, Calif. (AP) — Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo has made its first powered flight, breaking the sound barrier in a test over the Mojave Desert that moves the company closer to its goal of flying paying passengers on brief hops into space.
RAQUEL MARIA DILLON,Associated Press
, April 29, 2013
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Exploratorium, San Francisco's interactive science and activities museum, is set to open at its new $300 million digs along the bay with more space and new exhibits, including a rain chamber that will allow people to experience past storms.
NEW YORK (AP) — A huge international effort involving more than 100 institutions and genetic tests on 200,000 people has uncovered dozens of signposts in DNA that can help reveal further a person's risk for breast, ovarian or prostate cancer, scientists reported Wednesday.
MALCOLM RITTER,AP Science Writer
, March 27, 2013
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