Monthly Archives: January 2016

Spectacular X-Ray Nature Photography

The natural world is full of surprises and hidden beauty. It’s so easy to simply walk right by countless amazing things every day without noticing just how many wonders are all around us. That’s part of the inspiration behind Hugh … Continue reading

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Now You Can See Through Walls With MIT’s X-Ray Vision Technology

You can finally become the superhero you always wanted to be! Thanks to scientists at MIT, we now have software that detects radio signal variations in order to discern human silhouettes … through walls. But it gets better: Professor Dina Katabi says … Continue reading

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X-Ray Discovers Swallowed Bobby Pin Ended Up in Child’s Kidney

For one 4-year-old boy in Saudi Arabia, swallowing a bobby pin led to a perforated intestine, a pierced kidney, and surgery to fix it all. After a medical team operated to remove the pin, the boy recovered without further complications. “Children … Continue reading

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Bert Myers X-Ray Art

Check out a sampling of the beautiful work of artist Bert Myers below. To see more, visit his website.    

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