Hollywood Science Gone Bad
Journalist David Kushner takes up a topic we all love to complain about: outrageously stupid science in movies and television.
Can rapping make engineering hip? Semiconductor engineer Rajeev Bajaj thinks it can
The Mash Monsters
DJs Adrian & the Mysterious D sing the praises of the mashup, a do-it-yourself combo of existing music that has copyright lawyers licking their chops
High-Tech Dinosaurs, Coming to an Arena Near You
A traveling troupe of life-size dinosaurs tour the United States
Making Computer Crime Sexy
Our Science of Hollywood columnist looks at cybercrime in the movies and in real life
Sci-Tech: The Movie
Fifteen films that try to cross-pollinate art and science
The journey of Naren Shankar--from engineer to media mogul
Laser-Heated Hard Drives Could Break Data Density Barrier
Scientists at Seagate Technology show that heat-assisted magnetic recording could break the looming terabit-per-square-inch data limit
CES 2012: The Metadata Generation
Web crawling comes to the home network
Anki's Cozmo: the Intelligent Robotic Toy You've Always Wanted, Maybe
Cozmo promises intelligence, personality, and fun, but is it enough to hold your interest?
Startup Profile: Kepler Communications Aims to Build a Commercial Space Network to Keep Satellites in Touch
Eyeing the space boom, the company plans to launch a constellation of CubeSats
For Dieters, Smart Glasses Could Detect and Record Every Chew
Eyeglasses with EMG sensors can tell whether you're munching on cookies or Jelly Babies
Nanowires Offer Real-Time Monitoring and Control of Heart Tissue
Huge potential impact in regenerative medicine and electronic therapeutics
Race Day at Pikes Peak With The Buckeye Current E-Motorcycle
The track is wet, the tires are racing slicks, and the outlook is cloudy
Infographic: The Future of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles
Autonomous underwater vehicles could survey pipelines—or perform military missions
Day Four at Pikes Peak Motorcycle Race With the Buckeye Current Team
Will today's bug defeat the Ohio State student engineers?
Lithium-Sulfur Batteries Overcome Another Limitation: High Temperatures
Could safe, durable and high-temperature Li-S batteries lead to EV applications?