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Le 2 décembre 2010, la NASA a tenu une conférence de presse pour « annoncer une découverte astrobiologique qui aura un impact sur la recherche de preuves de vie extraterrestre ».

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Art and science have, historically, been considered disparate fields in terms of scope and scale. Art has sought to capture and study beauty and emotion while the goal of science was to understand the natural world. This view is becoming increasingly old.

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Ten years ago if you were to make a list of technologies due for an overhaul, books would have been pretty close to the top of the list. The advent of electronic ink is changing everything!

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Tattoos, previously the exclusive realm of sailors, bikers and tough guys, are an increasingly common sight.

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Ants have a proud history of terrifying moviegoers, most notably in the 1954 black and white film, Them! It was a trailblazer in the“big bug” genre of horror movies and one of the first movies to feature animals mutated by radiation.

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How do we identify our fellow human beings? This is a seemingly simple question, but one that confounds scientists across an array of disciplines, especially in computer animation and robotics.

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After looking at the science underlying the myth of the werewolf, we cast our scientific gaze towards vampires. 

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This is the first article in a series that looks at the scientific or medical basis for the defining features of several horror movie favorites. Our first "victim" will be the Wolf-Man.

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The touch screen has been around for a surprisingly long time, going as far back as the 1970s. Most modern touch screen technology was made possible by the invention of the capacitor.

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The Kinect promises hours of hands-free, gesture-based game play for Xbox owners. Most users, however, haven't considered the intricate science underlying this new device.

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