• Mind over matter: how technology is lending paraplegic patients a helping hand in regaining mobility

  • The web is jumping off the planet and diving into space

  • What is REACH Magazine?

  • Above and Beyond: Space Tourism

  • Getting the word out: REACH Magazine’s first promo at the FanExpo 2012

  • Conquering the final frontier: the web is getting ready for space

TAKING SCIENCE FURTHER

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Issue #1 – Winter 2013

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Mind over matter: how technology is lending paraplegic patients a helping hand in regaining mobility

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

While on a trip to attend his sister’s wedding on one of the many pristine beaches of Cayo Largo, Cuba on February 7, 2009, Kevin Mills was spending an afternoon on his surfboard as he bobbled on the sea surface awaiting an enticing wave. As one eventually came along, the unexpectedly large wave twirled him beneath the surface and slammed him headfirst against the ocean floor. The haunting realization soon began to sink in. “I couldn’t move at all. I was just kind of floating in the surf.”

The web is jumping off the planet and diving into space

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

If you grew up with science fiction and space operas in particular, then you are probably familiar with some version of this basic sci-fi story set piece. Key to this story plot is the existence of a very particular type of sci-fi technology that most installments of the genre take for granted: the interplanetary internet. The web is now ready to make the big jump into space. Find out how far NASA is from pressing the launch button.

What is REACH Magazine?

Wednesday, 9 September 2012

Hello and welcome to the brand new REACH magazine! Did you ever wonder where in sci-fi the science stops and the fiction begins? How close our real-world researchers are from realizing technologies not too different from what you are used to from the big screen? If so, then the brand new REACH magazine will be right up your alley.