"When it comes to the scientific breakthroughs and commercial innovations that are building the economy of the future, the United States really is number one — and no competitor is in sight."
The United States once enjoyed a governing policy focused and framed by a strong conception of the common good.
For the past century, the price and performance of computing has been on an exponential curve.
Noting the roots of David Bowie's last album in jazz, Nate Chinen of the New York Times described Bowie as "an elusive rock star whose music has been
Futurist Ray Kurzweil notes that solar power has been doubling every two years for the past 30 years....... He says solar energy is only six doublings — or less than 14 years — away from meeting 100 percent of today’s energy needs."
The celebration of Karel Appel continues.
Apple Pay was launched last year, with lots of fanfare and support by the credit-card industry. Partnering with the banks that issue credit cards overcame the resistance that early entrants in mobile payments had faced. It also solved critical technology and infrastructure problems and offered
Speaking at a Catholic high school in New Orleans recently, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said that there is "no place" in the
AIX-EN-PROVENCE – Richard Dawkins is one of the great minds of our time; yet in his just-published memoir, Brief Candle in the Dark: My Life in Science, he notes that great minds often err w
The Australian federal court has accused R
Despite robust global economic growth over the past two years, worldwide carbon emissions from fossil fuels grew very little in 2014, and might even fall this year.
A report released today by the