With one day to go until the biggest ever Earth Hour, a record 147 countries and territories are preparing to send a united message that now is the time to […]
http://www.tgdaily.com/trendwatch-features/62422-living-micro-robot-could-diagnose-disease. Biologists and engineers are working on a tiny robot that functions like a living creature and could be safely used within the human body to diagnose disease. Called ‘Cyberplasm’, […]
Amid Library-Wide Digitization, Books Keep Foothold. As libraries around the world transition from hardbound books to digital files, at California State University, Northridge, a massive infrastructure keeps things running. Behind […]
An enormous online database of medical and lifestyle records from half a million middle-aged Britons is published on Friday, giving scientists a powerful new tool to study diseases such as […]
Newly discovered collection of photographic plates shows meat markets, rag sellers and street scenes from 1880s.
As of Tuesday, March 27, readers making their way through J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series need no longer hasten to a bookstore or library to get the next book: You […]
An intense and controversial restoration of the last great work by Leonardo da Vinci goes before the public Thursday at the Louvre Museum, revealing “The Virgin and Child with Saint […]