Newer, more powerful telescopes can capture images at millions of light years away, giving us a glimpse of strange new worlds.

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A Stanford biologist attaches a camera to a squid to see the day in a life of a squid.

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The Science of the Summer Olympics - why Olympic timekeeping technology must be able to measure an athlete's performance with both accuracy and precision.

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Art and science have, historically, been considered disparate fields in terms of scope and scale. Art has sought to capture and study beauty and emotion while the goal of science was to understand the natural world. This view is becoming increasingly old.

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Move over Google Earth… there’s a new kid coming to town!

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High-speed film shows the invisible life of parasitic wasps.

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Bluescreen technology is a major component of most modern special effects. The technique results in composite pictures or pictures made of separate images that are put together to generate one image. The composite images are what we see on the screen.

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The food photographers who make the food in all those pictures seem so appetising very likely had a lot of light, lots of time, tons of help and a few tricks up their sleeves.

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When is a $20 dollar bill not a $20 dollar bill? When it's a counterfeit $20 dollar bill. Learn some of the technologies that keep our currency safe.

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