This week's briefs report the discovery of a "saturn-like" planet, a "gene-stealing" virus, ketamine as an anti-depressant, jumping spiders' range and the introduction of Google's fact-checking tag
Earlier this month, Hurricane Matthew caused widespread damage to life and property. In this week's How Things Work, learn about how hurricanes are formed and what makes them so destructive.
Student Pugwash is a non-advocacy, education organization that discusses the implications of science. This article is a summary of last week’s discussion on icebreakers.
Read about the cutting-edge research being carried out at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute by the Hollis research group, and discover why their new robot, the SIMbot, is so astounding.
Last Thursday, Carnegie Mellon University co-hosted the 2016 White House Frontiers Conference, featuring a number of exhibits that demonstrate the cutting-edge technology being developed here.