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Syracuse University professor and contemporary artist Sam Van Aken spent nine years growing a single tree. At TEDxManhattan, he introduces his work and art, combining sophisticated [...]
Chris Matyszczyk reports in CNET on June 16, 2014 about John Oliver’s interview with Stephen Hawking who shows a wonderful sense of humour.
Christina Sari reports in Natural Society on December 20, 2013 that with the help of a new science light stored in our DNA can be measured and show our probable state of [...]
Ellie Zolfagharifard in the Daily Mail on December 12, 2013 explains how a team of Japanese physicists has provided some of the clearest evidence yet that our Universe could be [...]
Regina Meredith talks with Konstantin Korotkov, Professor of Physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University in Russia, about how we can see energy using scientific [...]
“God is unnecessary - or at best redundant,” writes theoretical physicist Dr. Lawrence M. Krauss in the bestselling science book, “A Universe from Nothing”.
Here’s something to challenge the average attention span: allow yourself a little more than 15 minutes to watch this absorbing presentation clearly lining out that we are all [...]