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Wearable sensors designed for premature babies could make us all healthier
Wireless, biometric sensors give preemies more freedom and needed mom time
U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz Explains The Science Of The Iran Deal
New video from the White House touts the accord using physics
Your Car Could Stop You From Driving If Your Voice Sounds Drunk
I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that
Mystery Of Alaska’s Disappearing Sea Lions Solved
Scientists performed “autopsies from space” to find out how the animals died
Let ‘Mother’ Take Care Of Everything
A gadget that frets about your caffeine intake and tooth-brushing habits, so you don't have to
The Department of Homeland Security’s Favorite PopSci Posts
The DHS is monitoring publications and social media for red-alert keywords. Here's what they're reading on PopSci
MIT Meter Measures the Mood of Passers-By
The great MIT Mood Meter claims to know all your hopes, dreams and fears. Well, perhaps not. But it can...
Apple Denies Tracking iPhone Users, Will Issue Software Update to Discontinue Tracking iPhone Users
In response to the hubbub surrounding the iPhone’s unwanted tendency to transcribe your every move and remember it for years,...
Workers at Japanese Nuclear Plant Finally Get A Robot Assistant
Monirobo can withstand radiation that humans cannot handle
Wireless, Implantable Glucose Sensor Could Revolutionize Diabetes Treatment
A new, implantable sensor that wirelessly transmits blood-glucose data has the potential to completely change the way most diabetics control...