Will printed media, like books and newspapers, soon be a thing of the past?
For those who strain to see both near and far, bifocals have been the answer for a couple hundred years. Until now.
Paper is an indispensable part of modern life. In fact, each American uses about 600 pounds of paper every year. Where does all this paper come from?
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Could coal, a carbon-rich fuel, be the key to fixing America's rising gas prices?
Today's athletes are constantly breaking the limits of what was once possible. Today we'll learn how high performance athletes get a boost from high technology.
Some people depend on turning salty ocean water into fresh water, a process called desalination. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Turkey isn't just what's for dinner anymore. Waste from the feathered holiday creature can now be transformed into other kinds of energy.
What does nanotechnology mean, and is it something that's already being used today? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Your hard drive is getting full, so you delete a few photos, some word documents, and then empty the recycle bin. They're gone now, right?