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Every fall, Fiona Marshall’s home is besieged by legions of mice.
With AR, you can use your mobile device to make this digital dino appear at the mall ... or, better yet, inside your classroom.
Imagine holding your phone or your tablet in front of your textbook and seeing all kinds of three-dimensional images on your screen moving around on the pages. That's Augmented Reality (AR), and it allows you to get more out of the basic learning tools.
Imagine a world without batteries. Given all our portable devices, we would need to carry a power cord everywhere we went if the battery had not been invented.
Humanity, if you're looking for someone to blame for the ever-shrinking population of the striped king of cats worldwide, just hold up a mirror
Stegosaurus might look dangerous, but they only ate plants.
A rare dinosaur skeleton went on display at London’s Natural History museum on Thursday - the first to be exhibited there in a century.
We asked a group of women what helped them toward their passion for science and technology
If you ever use a microwave oven to reheat food, do you wonder if the food is as safe or as healthy as it was before? This is an issue that has been debated for years: does using microwaves to cook food damage it?
A model of the landing module "Philae" is pictured at the ESA/ESOC (European Space Agency / European Space Operation Center) in Darmstadt, western Germany, on November 12, 2014.
On Wednesday, mankind finally made contact with a comet. The Rosetta spacecraft defied all odds and dropped its payload, a comet-sniffing probe named Philae, on a cold, speeding target more than 300 million miles from Earth.
You might wonder why I put my last name, or family name, in all-caps. It's because sometimes people get confused by my name. You see, my family name is quite rare, and my first name sounds like the very common family name, Suen.
Marco Miu (left) and Oscar Wu display the trophies they earned for their language-learning tool kit
When Oscar Wu, Marco Miu and Matthew Kwan, all 14, started a project to help a friend with dyslexia, they had no idea it would lead them all the way to the Swiss Alps
Liberal arts and social sciences are not all about dull theories. They are more practical than you think.