Oh Buckyballs, my Buckyballs. The addictive magnetic desk toy succumbs to government pressure and resigns itself to life as a cherished relic of the past.
The Spitzer infrared telescope discovers solid buckyballs in space for the first time, giving astronomers clues into the nature of matter in deep space.
Soccer-ball looking molecules can store hydrogen tightly in their centers. Could this finally make hydrogen cheap to store?
While Twitter has announced a sort of a business plan, and President Obama is ripping off Digg for an Internet town hall meeting, and Windows 7 may be getting a release candidate in May, we really don't care. Because we have some hardcore science stories.
While Twitter has announced a sort of a business plan, President Obama is ripping off Digg for an Internet town hall meeting, and Windows 7 may be getting a release candidate in May, we really don't care. Because we have some hardcore physics stories about buckyballs and hardware neuron simulators.
This fantastic magnet toy usually runs $29.99 for one set, so it's like BOGO. Plus, it includes 2-day shipping, so you'll have them in time for...you know.
Nano Magnetics thinks smartphone makers will like a magnetic connection technology that will let customers attach speakers, chargers, or storage devices to their phones.
Accent your magnetic personality with a magnetic wardrobe full of clothes with magnetic closures, interchangeable collars, and removable hoods.
Hurricane Sandy left many in the dark this week, but stories about a solar-powered South African school, and a lower-leg amputee set to make a big climb, brought some light.
Also on tap: A Roku box, tangle-resistant earbuds, a Vizio sound bar, and some generic Buckyballs.