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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A group of engineers have taken advantage of the eye's electrical properties (slight positive charge in the cornia and slight negative charge in the retina) to control a Super Mario Brothers game.

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There’s an awesome new product in the works that promises to revolutionize the way we use touch screen technology. It’s called Light Touch, and it was recently unveiled at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show. Unlike iPod Touch, and other similar

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Scientists are now developing something called “metamaterials”, which one day could also make things seem to disappear. It’s all based on knowing how to trick our eyes.

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It is only the hardest naturally occurring mineral on the planet that really screams success. In fact, nothing sparkles more than diamonds... and I have the science to prove it.

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Ugly Betty and The Science Behind Eyeglasses: How do the lenses in glasses or contacts help us see better?

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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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