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Science News, Articles and Information | Scientific American NOVA Energy LabHelp design energy systems that meet demand and save the greatest amount of carbon emissions for the least amount of moneyAstro Drone Crowdsourcing GameIf you own a Parrot AR.Drone Quadricopter, you can participate in the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Astro Drone crowdsourcing game to help improve robot visionWeddell Seal Population CountHelp scientists in the field monitor the Weddell seal population in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
Science - News for Your Neurons Science - News for Your Neurons At 90, Freeman Dyson Ponders His Next Challenge By Thomas Lin, Quanta Magazine Monday, March 31 2 Comments Freeman Dyson — the world-renowned mathematical physicist who helped found quantum electrodynamics with the bongo-playing, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman and others, devised numerous mathematical techniques, led the team that designed a low-power nuclear reactor that produces medical isotopes for research hospitals, dreamed of exploring the solar system in spaceships propelled by nuclear bombs, wrote technical and popular science books, penned dozens of reviews for The New York Review of Books, and turned 90 in December — is pondering a new math problem. Renewables Aren’t Enough. Clean Coal Is the Future By Charles C. Mann Tuesday, March 25 46 Comments Coal supplies over 40 percent of global electricity needs, and that percentage is going up. The only real question is how to minimize the damage.
Megafloods: What They Leave Behind South-central Idaho and the surface of Mars have an interesting geological feature in common: amphitheater-headed canyons. Researchers offer a plausible account that all these canyons were created by enormous floods. ... > full story Image Perception in the Blink of an Eye Imagine seeing a dozen pictures flash by in a fraction of a second. Science Daily: News & Articles in Science, Health, Environment &

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