Nano springs eternal; Protozoan 'engine' posts nano records
Looking through his handmade microscope in 1702, it was Anton van Leeuwenhoek who first described the workings of a nano machine. He observed the rapid contraction of a stalk tethering the cell body of a tiny protozoan, Vorticella ...
Biometric expert shows an easy way to spoof fingerprint scanning devices
Eyeballs, a severed hand or fingers carried in ziplock bags. Back alley eye replacement surgery. These are scenarios used in recent blockbuster movies like Steven Spielberg’s "Minority Report" and "Tomorrow ...
Bees can recognize human faces, study finds
Honeybees may look pretty much all alike to us. But it seems we may not look all alike to them. A study has found that they can learn to recognize human faces in photos, and remember them for at least two days.
Glaciers eroded mountains faster
U.S. researchers have have documented how fast glaciers eroded the topography of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada.
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