“STEM Journals” Wins Two Telly Awards

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Science celebrity Geoff Notkin will hit the road this week to film new episodes of STEM Journals with an added bounce in his step: the educational TV series, which Notkin hosts, was recently awarded two 2014 Tellys, honoring the very best in film and video production.

Imagine Science Film Festival Late Submissions Still Open

Imagine Science 2014 submissions

This year’s festival will explore TIME in all its variants: timelapse film, the age of the universe, time travel, geologic time, nanosecond-scale subatomic interactions, the genetics of aging, and much much more.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: The NASA-Star Trek Mind Meld

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NASA and Star Trek have mind-melded and the end result of that magnificent decision will come to light in about one hundred years from now with the announcement from the space agency that it will be building its first deep space, long range human inhabited spaceship. And, you are going to love the name it will be christened with.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: Cancer Breathalyzer

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There is now a way to detect cancer via an artificial sense of smell.

Netflix Calls Out Slow Bandwidth Providers

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Netflix is rating ISP providers for their failure to provide the broadband necessary to stream the subscription VOD’s programming.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: Universal Translator

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At this year’s Code Conference Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was on hand to give witness to a new Skype innovation of technology, something quite familiar to Star Trek fans, the universal translator.

Sci-Fi To Sci-Fact: Holographic Medicine

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What use to be a concept only imaginable within the mind of sci-fi novelist and screenwriters is now a reality within the real world of practicing medicine.

Discovery Gives Students Front Row Seat at White House Science Fair

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Live Event Featuring Discovery Channel and Science Channel Star Kari Byron, Top Young Innovator and White House Officials will Inspire Students’ Interest in STEM Subjects and Careers.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: Intelligent Clothing

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Move over Marty McFly and look out Agent Kiera Cameron the clothing industry has finally caught up with your futures with the introduction of the first intelligent piece of clothing called Biometric Smartwear.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: Flesh Melting Disease

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Reminiscent of an X-Files episode titled “Medusa” science fiction has come strangely close to reality in the small Brazilian village of Araras.

The Future Is Here

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Looks like we won’t have to wait until the 24th Century for Mr. Data. The future is already here.

Ringed Asteroid Discovered

Photo via European Southern Observatory

Astronomers from several South American observatories announced today the discovery of a completely unexpected find.

Craig Ferguson F-ing Loves Science

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Science Channel today announced the green-light of the all-new series “I F-ING LOVE SCIENCE” executive produced by late night star Craig Ferguson.

Sci-Fi to Sci-Fact: 3D Replication of Tissue

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Scientists at the Harvard University Wyss Institute have taken the 3D Printing Replication process to new heights by using this technology to 3D print live viable tissue with active blood vessels for medical use in human bodies.

COSMOS Sequel Gets 181-Country Simultaneous Broadcast

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Fox’s “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” a 13-part documentary, will debut on all 10 of the company’s network stations at the same time and on 220 different channels in 181 separate countries simultaneously.