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by Joe McCormick | Feb 10, 2016
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by Joe McCormick | Sep 11, 2015
How could a video camera pick up sound without a microphone? We look at the science of sound and how any object could become a mic.
by Joe McCormick | Sep 2, 2015
There's a new heavy-hitting laser in Japan. What will it be used for? We explore the use of lasers in science, industry and the future.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 13, 2014
The inventor of the laser turned 99 in 2014. We look at emerging, cutting-edge uses for one of the coolest types of tech out there.
by Joe McCormick | Jul 23, 2014
What is the field of photonics really about? We examine how light could change computing forever.
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by Joe McCormick | Jan 10, 2014
Even if you're a nature lover, you have to admit mosquitoes pose a big problem for our species. Will we ever claim victory over these notorious spreaders of disease? What tools will we have in our arsenal?
by Joe McCormick | Jun 26, 2013
How can light pull microscopic objects? What are the different ways scientists can use light to move stuff? What are some applications of these tractor beams?
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