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Solar Flare Talk

Posted by on Nov 24, 2014 in Cosmos | 0 comments

You may have heard the buzz. The sun has these “spots” (or maybe they’re storms?) and it’s raining solar flares. Or something. If you’re anything like me, these current events in outer-space are abstract and confusing.

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Want To Get Away: DARPA’s Time Machine

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Scifly, Technology | 0 comments

Andrew Basiago tells the story about governrments involvement in time travel, some suggest they have been working on time travel for decades.

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Capitalizing On Wind Farms And Kinetic Energy

Posted by on Nov 5, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

Wind farms and Kinetic energy make up about 20% of the power we have in the U.S. which allows us to go about our daily activities. Currently, Wind farms and Kinetic energy are the easiest pathway to increase the flow of energy into a house without trying to burn any fuel.

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Functional Designer Yeast Chromosomes Synthesized

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Trends | 0 comments

Don't be shellfish...  The synthesis of the first functional chromosome...

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Practice Makes Perfect, Really!!

Posted by on Oct 23, 2014 in Trends | 0 comments

Don't be shellfish... The brain is an amazing tool, it is really too bad that...

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Can’t See? Pass The Ice Cream!

Posted by on Oct 17, 2014 in Scifly | 0 comments

Ever wondered what purpose a jellyfish serves? Well it turns out they are good for ice cream! Okay, maybe not flavor wise, but they can make ice cream glow.

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New Research Shows Einstein’s Brain was Super Human!

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Scifly | 2 comments

Everyone knows Albert Einstein was a genius. He gave us the theory of relativity, the link between mass and energy or E = MC2, and his Quantum Theory of Light for which he won the Nobel Prize which uses the photoelectric effect, something that we experience everyday when we turn on our television sets.

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Spider Web Technology That Gives Us A Charge

Posted by on Oct 11, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

Spiders create the toughest material known by an organism, their silk. In comparison, spider silk is ten times tougher than Kevlar. Well, scientists have now come up with a way to combine spider silk with carbon nanotubes, not only making it even more tough but electronically conductive.

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Ready for Christmas Forensic Style!

Posted by on Oct 9, 2014 in Trends | 0 comments

Don't be shellfish...Living with a future Forensic Scientist? We have a kit to...

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Scientists Design New Painkiller

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Scifly | 0 comments

Imagine running through your house in the middle of the night, barefoot and stubbing your toe on the edge of your bed. You would most likely wake up everyone else in your house when you screamed, maybe even a neighbor or two.

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Tears Of….

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Scifly, Trends | 1 comment

Did you know that your eyes produce three different types of tears, with three distinct chemical makeups? What’s the difference among these different tears? Drum roll, please…

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Scientists? More like Badasstronauts!

Posted by on Sep 14, 2014 in Cosmos, Scifly, Technology, Trends | 1 comment

Here at Sciencefly.com, we have chosen our Baddest of the BAMF scientists… Do you agree with our list?

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