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Mouse Cloned From A Mere Drop Of Blood
Scientists in Japan have been able, for the first time, to successfully clone a mouse from a blood sample drawn from a living donor's tail.
Mice Get Smarter After Scientists Inject Them With Human Brain Cells
Researchers show how glial cells can give mice a boost.
An Accessory That Replaces Mouse Movements With Hand Waves
It’s been nearly 50 years since Douglas Engelbart, an engineer at the Stanford Research Institute, invented the first computer mouse....
The Goods: May 2012’s Hottest Gadgets
A dozen great ideas in gear
Hands-On: Windows 8 Brings Tablet-Style Simplicity To The Desktop
Windows 8 might be a gamechanger for tablets, but it's designed for desktops too. How does it fare with a keyboard and mouse?
Study Finds That Injecting Old Mice With Young Mouse Blood Has a Rejuvenating Effect
Researchers at Stanford University just published a study in Nature that may give new hope to those looking to stop...
I Applaud Canon’s Calculator Mouse
The spirit of innovation. Convergence. Convenience. My hat is tipped to the Canon X MARK I calculator-cum-mouse for embodying it...
MIT Engineers Mice With More Human-Like Immune Systems For Better Vaccine Testing
Mice models can show the human response to vaccines for AIDS and other diseases
Suma 3-D Controller Lets Your Grab Onto Your Games
While everyone is busy thinking the future of video-game interfacing is Microsoft’s Project Natal, UK-based Cambridge Consultants decided to change...
Spanish Scientists Mod Optical Mouse Into Counterfeit Coin Detector
Counterfeiting is as old as money itself, with the history of currency including a millennia-long arms race between mints and...