If we wish to travel through time, we must be able to control it, to mold it to our own desires and specifications...
Just shy of 10 years after scientists first made embryonic-like stem cells from adult cells, another team finds a totally different way to do it.
Our emotions shape which language we decide to use.
Make a condom that people actually want to use, and snag yourself a hundred K from the Gates Foundation. Also you'll save millions of lives.
Mistakes help rhythm to emerge from randomness
The discovery could help make cars, computers, and other machines more efficient
It's surprisingly difficult to replace those fish bladders in the beermaking process
And what you can do about it
Unless it's a secret tunnel, or a toll road
Anatomical compromises from millions of years ago have made birth hard for humans.
There's more to it than smarter A.I.
Cheating in science
It could expand our options for wave-energy harvesters.
Have a bad attitude? You might just need better instructions
How ideas from biology-evolution, immune systems and forensics-will keep your PC safe from hackers
Vaccinating mosquitoes can ward off malaria.
Maybe it's not so easy to create stem cells after all.
How science is rebuilding you, bit by bit