This article is dedicated to the man who lost his lovingly created Star Trek pad in his divorce. Hopefully a lovingly hand-crafted, hardwood NCC-1701-C table like this might be ease some of his pain settling into bachelor digs.
For those who are laundry averse, this news will be met with glee…a denim company has recently released jeans with scratch-n-sniff technology. They look like the kind of jeans any ordinary hipster would wear with one key difference — the coating of micro capsules that hold a scent. Raspberry scent to be precise.
Desert sandstorms are rough on helicopter blades and fans, thanks mostly to erosion caused by relentless impacts from tiny dust particles. So when looking for a solution scientists turned to a veteran desert survivor — the scorpion.
An X-ray laser generating pulses a billion times brighter than any x-ray source prior has heated an ultra thin sample of aluminum to a record 3.6 million degrees Fahrenheit. That's hotter than then sun's corona!
If you thought you had seen everything from the imaginative mind of master puppeteer Jim Henson, think again. Nearly 50 years ago, long before Kermit and Miss Piggy were born, Henson created a commercial film for The Bell System that tackled the relationship between humans and computers.
Porsche is one of the popular kids on Facebook. They have just reached over two million likes on their Facebook page and have created a special Cayman S in appreciation. Each one of those fans has their profile picture placed in an intricate photo mosaic on the special edition car.
An Edinburgh firm has been created to commercialize the process for producing biofuels from Scotland's $6 billion malt whisky industry. The biofuel could be turned into biobutanol, which could be a substitute for fossil fuels and other biological by-products
Sometimes science experiments don't always go as planned. For example, back in 1927 it is likely physics professor Thomas Parnell never expected his demonstration of viscous liquids to last eight-five years — long past his death — to continue on and eventually be broadcast via webcam for years to come.
For as long as people have been envisioning the house of the future, it almost always features control initiated with the briefest of gestures. Now, in the name of conserving energy that vision could come true with a solar house designed to use an Xbox Kinect to switch off energy consuming devices with simple movements.
Butter sculptures are a big attraction at the Pennsylvania Farm Show — and apparently the bigger the better. This year saw a giant pastoral scene of a boy leading his calf. Cute, but you know us better — we love it because it is going to be dumped in a manure pit and from there will power a farm for three days.