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Crop circles, the often-extraordinary patterns that have appeared in many fields in Europe and around the world, could possibly be the work of high-tech methods such as the use of GPS.
SAN DIEGO, July 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Magic Leap, Inc.
University of Oregon researcher Richard Taylor is on a quest to grow flowers that will help people who've lost their sight, such as those suffering from macular degeneration, to see again.
In this month's Physics World, Richard Taylor, professor of physics, psychology and art at the University of Oregon, warns that artificial retinal implants â€“ a technology fast becoming a reality â€“ must adapt to the unique features of the human eye in order to become an effective treatment.
National Sleep Foundation Launches Air Purification Product for the Bedroom WASHINGTON, Jan.
Paddlers no longer are the only ones who can enjoy the scenic beauty of the Appomattox River. Thanks to a local group's efforts, new pathways are making the river accessible to almost everyone.
By Mark Egan NEW YORK (Reuters) - A computer analysis of paintings unveiled last year as previously undiscovered works by abstract artist Jackson Pollock suggests the 32 works are fakes, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation said on Thursday.