Could you pack more into each day if you did everything at the optimal time?
by: Peter Murray: In one of the more bizarre, but nevertheless miraculous, feats of modern medicine, doctors at Johns Hopkins University were able to give a woman her ear back by first growing it beneath the skin of her forearm.
by: Peter Murray: The day we can’t tell the difference between a human and robot just got a little bit closer. A Turing Test of sorts has been put to humans to see if they could differentiate between their fellow human and non-human combatants in a first-person shooter game.
By WILLIAM HARWOOD: An unmanned cargo ship loaded with spare parts, science equipment and crew supplies — including ice cream treats — rocketed into orbit Sunday and set off after the International Space Station,
by Peter Murray: Using new technology, researchers were able to sequence and analyze whole genomes of infants in about 50 hours.
It has been a year since Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple and the man credited for the iPod, iPhone and iPad, passed away.
By Ben Popken: Looking for an edge at work? Break out your razor. A new study says that men with shaved heads are perceived as more dominant, more masculine, and more suited for leadership roles.
by Ann Finkbeiner: Arcing across the night sky is a pale band of light the Romans called the via lactea — the Milky Way.
by JON HAMILTON: Scientists say they have figured out how an experimental drug called ketamine is able to relieve major depression in hours instead of weeks.
by Peter H. Diamandis: Ponoko the innovative New Zealand company is changing the way products can be manufactured, providing entrepreneurs global reach on a local level.