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The science of cooking gets a new meaning with these prototype appliances inspired by CERN equipment.
Food researchers have pinned down the ideal gravitational conditions for frying "potato sticks," and they're not found on this side of the asteroid belt.
2013 was a ripper of a year. Here are some of Michelle's favourite things that happened over the last 12 months.
With commercial space flight on the horizon, a Pennsylvania training center offers would-be astronauts a chance to experience the rigors of blasting off. CNET sister site SmartPlanet investigates.
A geek maker comes by his 18-karat gold iPod Nano watch the hard way, by making it himself over the course of 500 hours of work.
The U.S. Air Force is retiring its G-Force centrifuge after 22 years of spinning pilots around in order to prevent loss of consciousness caused by G-forces.
The fictional Institute for Centrifugal Research uses incredible fairground rides to examine the effect of centrifugal force on cognitive function.
Road Trip 2011: An hour south of Amsterdam, the European Space Agency maintains ESTEC, its primary environmental testing and research hub. This is where ESA readies satellites for space and much more.
The security expert who first identified Iran as the target for Stuxnet talks about why he thinks the U.S. and Israel are behind it and why we should fear copycats.
Researcher responding to Symantec report speculates that Kalaye Electric in Iran was infected.