Armed with a NASA online app and a little imagination, you can see for yourself how bright noon on Pluto actually is.
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Online shopping has led many of America's malls to shut down. Now colleges and medical clinics are buying up the abandoned spaces and giving them a new lease of life.
Brain scans reveal how our neurons respond to words we've been trained to recognize -- as whole entities. Continue reading →
Meet Priscilla Sitienei, the oldest student at her local elementary school.
Technology has no boundary. This week, we look at tech for pets, balls that teach kids about computer programming and robots inspired by salamanders.
Innovative CoWriter program encourages learning-by-teaching with two-foot-tall friendly robots.
With a plethora of brain games on the market, promising all manner of cognitive improvements, a group of scientists has signed a letter expressing its doubts. The scientists argue the brain isn't improving in the way game makers suggest it will.
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