Tackling a long flight of stairs is grueling enough when you're empty-handed, but having to climb step after step while carrying something heavy? Mankind wasn't designed to endure such torture, so thankfully we've invented something so we don't have to. The folks at Akihabara News in Tokyo spotted this robotic…
When Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1997, the highly contentious achievement was deemed by many as momentous as the discovery of DNA itself. Over at The New York Times, science reporter Nicholas Wade takes a measured look back at Dolly's story – part of the Times' latest installment in its Retro Report documentary…
Remember that tortoise a while back that got an office chair wheel for a foot? Apparently, doing the same to a GorillaPod tripod transforms it into a smooth-panning, camera system.
2010 was a great year for Science. NASA's space plane (and the Dolly lineage) were resurrected while a
Neturino observatory was built under the South Pole. Check out our best science stories of the year!
In 1996, Dolly the sheep made headlines for being the first mammal cloned from an adult cell. She was put down in 2002. But as it turns out, Dolly's still alive today. A scientist secretly made four copies years ago.
If you're an amateur videographer who's trying to save a buck here or there, give this Ikea hack a shot. It'll leave you with a pretty cheap and—based on the test video—rather decent camera dolly
Confession time. I have terribly dirty mind. I'm flustered to admit that, but it's gotta be the case since I'm confusing this innocent salt-and-pepper shaker for the very naughty (and very NSFW) Form 2 sextoy. It's really kitchenware though. Promise.