When taking high-resolution 3D scans of insects, scientists typically have to kill their test subjects, which isn’t always ideal. By taking advantage of an insect’s ability to survive oxygen-poor conditions, scientists have now used carbon dioxide to keep bugs in a state of suspended animation for upwards of seven…
I've always wanted a job that gave me a super high security clearance that required facial scans to make sure it's me. Sadly, I'll probably never be that important. INSTEAD, I'll make myself feel important by programming my phone to unlock by scanning my freaking face.
One day, in the not so distant future because it's actually being used in a testing environment today, people will use invisible nano-tattoos to give doctors an instant snapshot of their body's inner workings.
At some point in the last few weeks, going to the airport became a pretty scary prospect. Here TSA administrator John Pistole outlines everything you need to know about the new security measures. You get can patted down in private!