The iPhone makes it easy to do all kinds of cool physics. Like, say, use the change in velocity in an elevator to measure the height of a building.
Decade-old snot from cancer patients revealed a new technique to forecast how flu evolves.
Sooner or later, our children will be raised by robots, so it’s natural that Disney, purveyor of both robots and child-related goods, would want to get ahead of that trend. A trio of studies from its Research division aim at understanding and improving how kids converse with and otherwise interact with robots and other reasonably smart machines. Read More
Having a gene for a rare disease might not give you symptoms. But it could beef up your medical bills.
Opinion: Posts on social media could indicate medical conditions before people know they're sick.
The FDA just approved at test that can tell you how different drugs will work for you, based on the genetic makeup of your tumor.
SpaceX is attempting its second launch in under 48 hours today at 4:25 PM EDT (1:25 PM PDT), from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The launch will be the second for client Iridium, a global telecommunications and data provider. The payload for today’s launch includes 10 satellites that make up the second batch of a total of 75 SpaceX is launching into space to help complete… Read More
It’s the fastest turnaround yet for two SpaceX launches.
Recent calculations tie together two conjectures about gravity, potentially revealing new truths about its elusive quantum nature.