CERN recreates first web page

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Scientists at the world's most advanced physics laboratory, CERN, have embarked on a project that seeks to preserve the original hardware and software used to give birth to the World Wide Web.

Teen receives $100,000 science scholarship from Intel

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17-year-old Mary Masterman, a senior at Westmoore High School in Oklahoma City, won the Intel Science Talent Search and received a $100,000 scholarship for building an inexpensive yet accurate spectrograph that identifies the "fingerprints" of...

Google co-founder: Science needs entrepreneurs

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Larry Page, a 33-year-old billionaire who remains co-president of Mountain View, California-based Google, has declared that scientists need more entrepreneurial drive and could benefit by doing more to promote solutions to big human problems. "There...

Mind over matter no longer science fiction

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Using a specially designed skull cap fitted with electrodes, scientists are now able to control a computer, and write characters onto the screen. As Dr. Brunner concentrates on the "B" of "bonjour" in a keyboard-like...

Science Museum Presents Pixar Exhibition

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The Science Museum is currently hosting the Pixar: 20 Years of Animation exhibition in London. The exhibition examines the work of Pixar's world-class artist team, and includes 250 drawings and paintings, 50 sculptures, and computer-generated...

The sound of science

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Lars Liljeryd woke up one morning in 1996 with a hangover and an idea that would transform the science of digital audio. Liljeryd and his company Coding Technologies are still far from...

Door Opened for Mars Odyssey Science

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By Lori Stiles - University of Arizona News Mars Odyssey today is a step closer toward its mission to map the Red Planet. Odyssey is carrying the Gamma Ray Spectrometer (GRS), built...

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