But if you're considering Lasik, you probably have some questions like, "Will I be laid up for days?" "Will it hurt?" And: "What are the odds it'll work?" Before you go under the laser, here are a few things you should know.
Columbia University astronomers suggest a new way we might grab the attention of alien civilizations.
Ultrafast laser-control of magnetism However, sending in a femtosecond laser pulse disrupts a magnet's equilibrium. This
Another way that fear of risk becomes painfully evident is in the classroom when students don't ask questions. There are reasons for this. One is that the instructor is so fantastically brilliant and the material was presented so clearly that there is no need to ask questions. That is never true.
Tattooing is undeniably both an art form and a science. An artist draws up a sketch according to the client's vision, and with that mighty little gun, they produce what we think of as either expressive masterpieces, or perennial reminders of ideas gone horribly awry.
The British Airways co-pilot was left partially blinded and unable to work.
Despite the threat of hefty punishment, laser pointers remain cheap and offenders are rarely caught.
MLN: So, let's go back a little bit. I want you to tell me with as much hate in your voice, why you loathe the term "angel
The folks at Epson have developed a line of PrecisionCore printers that virtually eliminate the so-called ink cartridge addiction.
Hair removal is no one's idea of a good time, but picking the right method can make it much better.
With affordable salons popping up all over the city, this once costly option is now barely more expensive than a high-end waxing salon. So, for those of you thinking of joining me in Laserland, read on for helpful tips for embarking on your own laser journey.
I've come close to getting laser treatments three times. The first, when I was in college, was after a friend's older sister announced that it was "the greatest thing ever."
Do you trust a robot to diagnose your ailments? You may not have a choice as medicine moves closer to embracing technology as part of the standard practice of medicine. But don't despair. A medical robot could save your life.
Threading needles is out, as is focusing my beloved 35 mm Nikon. But I've embraced the digital world of photography. I can't bowl or play tennis to save my life and you wouldn't want me pitching for your ball team. The fact is I couldn't do any of that before anyway.
Engadget writes: The ATHENA system uses a technique called "spectral beam combining," which involves merging multiple laser
Townes' death was announced by the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a professor emeritus of physics. In addition