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Watch Incredible Speech From Google CEO Larry Page At The I/O Conference (Video)
BlackBerry Launching BBM For iOS and Android This Summer (Video)
The Future of Google Glass Could Look Like This (Video)
Bill Gates Interview: "I Wish I Had Steve Jobs' Sense Of Design"
Scanadu's Scout Is Almost Like Star Trek's Tricoder (Video)
Just like Star Trek's tricorder, here's a device that's getting close. Scout is a device that can monitor and track your vital signs, temperature, BCG, heart rate, oximetry and stress just by holding it up to your forehead for 10 seconds. Results a...
Could This New Drug Help Slow Alzheimer's? (Video)
We're still a long way more to go to cure Alzheimer's but the scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have developed a drug that may just reverse memory deficits and slow the disease. In elderly mice that is.The drug is known as J14...
Human Stem Cells Have Been Cloned For the First Time
Scientists have finally cloned embryonic stem cells from fetal human skin cells for the very first time. Previously, cloning non-human animals has been on the table for nearly two decades, dating back to Dolly the sheep way back in 1996. But cloning...
ASAP Science Explains Multiple Sclerosis (Video)
Countries over the world will be spreading the awareness of Multiple Sclerosis this month. It is an inflammatory disease where the fatty myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord are damaged and is currently untreatable. There is...
Promising Alzheimer's Treatment Proved To Be Ineffective
We've seen in a lot of sci-fi like movies how most diseases have been cured. It's imagining a perfect future where problems would be anything but medical. But today, we're still a long way more to go before we can get rid of most diseases. Last year...
Biomedical Engineer On How Real Iron Man's Extremis Tech Can Be in The Years To Come (Video)
The "bad guys' tech" in Iron Man 3 isn't so science fiction than you think. According to the movie, Extremis, works by hacking the operating system of your body using nanotechnology. To see how real this kind of tech can be, Dr. Shuming Nie, profes...
This Is The World's First Glow In The Dark Sheep
Last year a team of researchers led by Alejo Menchaca at the Animal Reproduction Institue of Uruguay genetically modified some wooly ruminants to produce a peptide known as green fluorescent protein. GFP glows green when exposed to ultraviolet light...
This App Can Diagnose Concussions Based On Your Speech (Video)
Sports related injuries to the head can lead to further complications if not diagnosed in a timely manner. Some of the complications include depression and even suicide, so researchers at the University of Notre Dame have come up with a voice recog...
This Bluetooth Microchip Will Replace Needles, But Not All Of Them (Video)
Afraid of needles? A future solution won't be requiring them. A chip developed by a team of Swiss scientists will just have to be placed under your skin, or sort of. Measuring 14mm long and fully bluetooth capable, the chip will be able to keep tra...
This Machine Will Keep The Human Liver Functioning Outside The Body For 24 Hours
A team of Oxford scientists have created a machine that will keep human livers warm and functioning outside the body for 24 hours before they are transplanted. This could save a whole lot of lives. Livers are normally kept on ice to slow down their ...
IBM's Watson Takes A Job At Answering Phone Calls Now (Video)
New Printer Produces 10 Meters of Solar Panel Every Minute (Video)
Former Thief Invents ATM Theft Proof Method From His Jail Cell
New Kinect So Sensitive It Can Read Your Heartbeat
How Microsoft Designed the Xbox of the Future (Video)
Steven Spielberg Directing Live-Action Halo Series
Researchers Develop Artificial Insect Eye For Drones (Video)
This Sweat-Draining Fabric Will Literally Leave Your Shirt Dry (Video)
18 Year Old Develops Computer Algorithm to Diagnose Leukemia
'Wired' Completely Overhauls Print Magazine Design
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