A deeper look at polar ice. An electric-car renaissance. The death and rebirth of major scientific experiments. Read on to discover what this year has in store
One rider and one robot to do all the work
Motion sensors get a new calling: dutifully logging data on athletes' every twist
James Cameron is stubborn. He decided nearly a decade ago to film his humans-versus-aliens sci-fi adventure Avatar in 3-D, but … Continued
Teamwork among honeybees keeps a hive running smoothly. Worker bees collect pollen, nurse bees care for larvae, and male drones … Continued
And here you thought it was still 2009: We’ve published everything from the January 2010 issue. See it all here.
Who needs NASA? This year, the civilian space industry finally takes off
Three minutes. That’s how long it will take your doctor to use the world’s smallest ultrasound device to find out … Continued
In 2007, David Edwards, a biomedical engineer at Harvard University, gave his students a project: Develop a way to inhale … Continued
The opening riff of “Takin’ Care of Business” thumps rhythmically from an iPod as a room full of middle-aged military … Continued
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