Northeastern University biologist Jonathan Tilly is certain he’s found egg-making stem cells in adult mice. If he’s right, it would refute decades-old work that showed female mammals finish making all their eggs before or shortly after birth. This might make it possible to grow new eggs inside the ovaries of older…
This visualization reminds me of one of those chicken embryo development illustrations in biology school books. Except five hundred and thirty-five thousand two hundred and forty-four times cooler. Give or take.
What kind of sorcery is this? How is this egg standing whole without its shell? Apparently, the inner membrane—the thin layer that you can see stuck to the hard shell when you boil an egg—is strong enough to hold it without breaking its shape. But how can you do this?
It's really embarrassing how many sleepless nights I've had due to my brain synapsing and wondering whether the chicken or the egg came first. I flip, I flop, I twist, I turn—it's definitely a good brain exercise. But after watching ASAP Science definitively answer the question of which came first—the chicken or the…
If faced with the decision of having a colorful egg you can peel and eat, or a colorful egg that glows in the dark, which would you choose? I'll go with the LED Easter eggs every time.
Don't adjust your monitors, people. What you're looking at is a real, honest to goodness Grade A spherical egg. What does it taste like? What was the aspect ratio of the chicken that produced it? What does it mean?
"It had long been suspected that the egg came first, but now we have the scientific proof that shows that in fact the chicken came first," says Dr. Colin Freeman, from Sheffield University. Here's the explanation. Updated.
Not every gadget comes with an inbuilt solar charger, like the Puma Phone. XPAL's Solar Egg can do the job just fine, dangling from a keychain or belt-loop (if you dare) and charging to 90 per cent in four hours.
Sous vide is French for cooking in a vacuum, placing sealed meat or veggies in water held at an exact temperature. Because this precision requires high technology, the method was solely for chefs—until the $450 SousVide Supreme arrived.
Hmmm, yes, I would like an iPhone with a fried egg sunny side up, and bacon. Well done. Crispy. Almost burnt. Oh, and a cafe au lait, please. Thanks.
Creative's Zii, which is either an extremely exciting platform for Android PMPs or a boring developers' tool (nobody knows!) has turned up in CNET Asia's offices. As you can imagine, it didn't take long before they got a little handsy.
Onanists of the Giz! Please check the Tenga Egg masturbator thingamajig out and tell me how the hell it is supposed to work its masturmagic, because right now, I'm completely clueless about it.