A Piece of the Sun:
The Quest for Fusion Energy,
Gerald Duckworth & Co (2013)
The retraction of a paper claiming genetically modified corn caused cancer in rats leaves serious questions over the journal’s peer-review process, scientists say.
Canadian company D-Wave has sold its machine to Google and NASA but question marks remain over how it works.
The world’s population is heading for nine billion raising questions about how we will feed ourselves. Genetics might hold the answer.
Powerful computers are tracking our digital footprints, down to the most mundane activities in our day-to-day lives.
Gemma Black looks at how personal information is shared – and whether you’ll benefit from the new data deluge.
New technology could allow for data volumes of as much as 1.6 terabits per second – the equivalent of transmitting eight Blu-Ray DVDs every second
There is an amazing, almost magical efficiency to electricity when it is applied to real-world tasks – and it can meet the energy demands of the future without sacrificing standards of living and innovation.
Reality groaned as the party jumped wholesale, Anywhere orchestrating the hundreds of people in a delicate space-time dance.
IBM has released “the world’s smallest movie” – verified by Guinness World Records – by moving thousands of precisely placed atoms, magnified over 100 million times, frame-by-frame.
Speculative fiction convention Conflux 9, held in Canberra, Australia, over the weekend, offered insights into the hearts of the genre and its people, reports COSMOS reviews editor Rivqa Rafael.