Popcorned: “Arrested Development” Developments

-Casey Klekas In less than a week the new season of Arrested Development will be on the nation’s Instant Queue. In case you haven’t been re-watching every episode like me, here’s where we left off: Michael, George Michael, and a … Continue reading


1.21 Gigawatts: Seahorse Armor Inspires Robotic Engineering

-Sarah Keartes Seahorses don’t exactly radiate toughness, but recent studies show that the bone structure of these delicate fish might be the key to unlocking a breakthrough in robotic armor. Iron Man á la seahorse? First of all, yes, seahorses … Continue reading


Don’t Worry Be Healthy: Spring Has Sprung – Contracting Spring Fever

-Marissa Tomko Someone just gave me a really weird look at a stoplight because I was screaming Luke Bryan at the top of my lungs in the car. Alone. It was the greatest moment of my life because it was … Continue reading

african land snail

1.21 Gigawatts: Giant Snails do Demo in Florida

-Sarah Keartes South Florida residents have begun a battle with public danger in the form of . . . snails. Giant Snails, to be exact. Precisely when the thousands of Giant African Land Snails invaded the Sunshine State is unknown, … Continue reading

Glowing Plants

1.21 Gigawatts: Glowing Plants – Lighting the Path into the Future?

-Sarah Keartes Just two weeks ago, in what they call “the first step in creating sustainable natural lighting” a team of Stanford scientists headed by Antony Evans, a Singularity University alumnus, launched the “Glowing Plant” project—the first ever synthetic biology proposal to … Continue reading