"Science" Blogs & Blog Posts

GajitzGajitz

Gajitz is an interactive archive of innovations past, present and futuristi...

 
An Englishman's CastleAn Englishman's Castle

A rural gentleman's sceptical views o the world - since 2003

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
Sports Technology ReviewSports Technology Review

The best sports technology and equipment blog

 
Progressive UProgressive U

Students and professionals from all over the world come together to discuss...

 
ParacademiaParacademia

Academic news from a researcher in psychology of religion

 
PodBlack CatPodBlack Cat

Science, superstitions and skeptical life - a female's token skeptic b...

 


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Modern speech recognition is clunky and often requires massive amounts of annotations and transcriptions to help understand what you're referencing. There might, however, be a more natural way: teaching the algorithms to recognize things much li...

Design studio Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell animated how it may be possible to build a lunar base with today's technology. They based the video on articles in New Space: The Journal of Space Entrepreneurship and Innovation. See you on the dark side?

In 1969, researchers spotted a black and white sooty tern in Michigan. This hardy seabird, however, had little business visiting the Midwest. The saltwater species usually spends its life in the tropics, more than 1,000 miles away.  Hurricane Ca...

This weekend, NASA is launching a new, high-tech satellite to monitor the planet's glacier and sea ice levels — with space lasers, naturally. ICESat-2 will be a huge boon for climatologists, and it's also a bittersweet occasion: it will be the fina...

As Hurricane Florence continues to wreak havoc on the Carolinas, weather people and storm chasers are heading as close as they can to the eye of the storm without putting themselves in danger. One such meteorologist was caught on camera bracing for t...

Get your red-blue 3D glasses out. NASA today shares a stunning stereo anaglyph 3-D image of Hurricane Florence, captured from the MISR instrument flying on-board the Terra satellite, which carries nine cameras that observe Earth at different angles.

The incredible agility of the common house or fruit fly puts every drone and robot to shame, but devices inspired by them are beginning to catch up. A new four-winged flapping robot not only successfully imitates the fruit fly's hyper-agile flying me...