Genetics pioneer Craig Venter has news from the frontiers of biology.
The director offers a peek at the X-wing fighter from the set of "Star Wars Episode VII" to promote the Force for Change campaign that raises money for UNICEF.
Your taxes are to fund development of 'wonder material' graphene and a big data institute named after scientist and war hero Alan Turing.
Over a month ago, Nikon announced its Nikon 1 J4 everywhere but the US. Now it gets a little publicity boost by making it official here.
"Late Late Show" host will produce "I F-ing Love Science" TV show for Science Channel, which hopes to show the lighter side of science.
Craig Venter helps launch the Archon Genomics X Prize, which will award $10 million to the first team to sequence the genomes of 100 centenarians to a level of accuracy never before achieved and at relatively low cost.
In a pleading note, or perhaps a coy marketing device, the director asks that people stop leaking photos, especially of the Millennium Falcon, from the "Star Wars: Episode VII" set.
Craig Venter, who led the charge to decypher human DNA, is now on the green hunt. He's looking for a double-wammy: take CO2 in the atmosphere and convert it into fuel (rather than fuel creating CO2 as is mostly the case today).
Today, Jeff sits down with two major players from the world of video game voice acting. Roger Craig Smith (Batman) and Troy Baker (The Joker) are two stars of Batman: Arkham Origins, which hits consoles October 25.
Today Jeff sits down with two major players in the world of videogame voice acting. Roger Craig Smith (Batman) and Troy Baker (The Joker) are two of the stars of Batman: Arkham Origins that hits consoles October 25.