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World's Greatest Minds Answer: 'What's Your Favorite Theory?'
2012-01-18 05:48:29

At the beginning of each year, master of ceremonies for the science website Edge.org John Brockman asks his cadre of world-renowned thinkers to reply to a single question of eminent significance.

2011-03-01 15:45:00

LOS ANGELES, March 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Relativity Media's Rogue and AMC Theatres announced today their finalists for The Big Break Movie Contest.

2011-01-18 00:00:41

Equivio has enhanced the integration of its entire product suite, including the relevance, near-duplicates and email threads products, within kCura's Relativity review platform.

2010-12-21 00:01:51

National Discovery Management and Litigation Support Provider Now Offers on-Premises Relativity Licenses East Rochester, New York (Vocus/PRWEB) December 20, 2010 Reaffirming D4’s commitment to the Relativity platform, D4 LLC is now a Relativity Certified Reseller.

2010-11-30 19:17:55

Scientists can use cylinders as small as teapots to study the mechanisms involved in powerful hurricanes and other swirling natural phenomena.

2010-04-12 07:03:00

BOULDER, Colo., April 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. announced today that it has expanded its Opticks open-source software offerings to include new extensions that perform hyperspectral, multispectral and image spectroscopy analysis.

2009-08-13 10:03:30

Chinese physicists may not yet be able to move between parallel universes or become invisible, but they've created the first tunable electromagnetic gateway. Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Fudan University in Shanghai said their concept of a gateway that can block electromagnetic waves, but that allows the passage of other entities resembles hidden portals or invisibility cloaks mentioned in works of science fiction or fantasy, such as the Harry Potter...

2008-10-16 14:07:34

Physicists working to disprove "Lorentz invariance" -- Einstein's prediction that matter and massless particles will behave the same no matter how they're turned or how fast they go -- won't get that satisfaction from muon neutrinos, at least for the time being, says a consortium of scientists.

2006-10-11 14:33:07

At the core of ESA's LISA Pathfinder mission sit two small hearts. Each is a cube, just 5 centimetres across. Together they will allow LISA Pathfinder to lay the foundations for future space-based measurements that investigate the very core of Einstein's General Relativity.