China to visit the moon next month
In celebration of the tenth anniversary of their national space program, China is preparing to launch one of the most complex space missions they have ever made.
Latest chiral magnet research shows potential breakthrough in optoelectronics
Tokyo University and the Japan Science and Technology Agency have discovered a...
Japanese supercomputer wins greenest supercomputer award
According to an updated world data by global green supercomputer ranking organization...
Say hello to the world’s first cloaking device
Two scientists have created a thin, scalable and effective radar cloaking device...
Ming, the oldest creature ever to have been discovered, was actually 102 years older than thought, bringing it’s total age to 507.
By using a special light beam known as a ring-Airy beam, scientists have managed to concentrate light rings into a “bullet” which provides more control and precision than a conventional laser is capable of.
Using a technology designed for visualizing exoplanets, one astronomer has taken new data from Hubble to construct the clearest image yet of the dwarf planet Pluto.
UCLA researchers have discovered a new nanothechnology-based chemotherapy which may increase the survival rate of pancreatic cancer.
A new discovery has dramatically increased the conductivity of a crystal, potentially leading to dramatic increases in computer chip performance.
Astronomers have finally determined that black hole jets are composed of matter, rather than a combination of matter and antimatter particles.
Firemen in Austria have claimed to have witnessed the first ever robot suicide when a cleaning robot ‘rebelled’ against its orders and climbed onto a hotplate to end its monotonous existence.
The WWF reported yesterday that one of the most endangered mammals on the planet had been photographed in a Vietnamese forest.
The Sun’s two hemispheres inverse in polarity approximately every 11 years, and scientists are now saying that the current cycle of change may have already begun.
Solid Concepts has used laser sintering to create the world’s first functional metal handgun using 3D printing.
A new telepresence system for Google Glass has allowed two surgeons to cooperate during an operation as if they were both in the room.
A new theory shows that a single star could collapse into two black holes, providing an explanation for how super-massive black holes existed in the early universe.
A new traffic model which makes use of robotic cars with altered reaction times, may be able to reduce congestion by providing a more true-to-life simulation.
A cargo ship filled with waste was maneuvered to give ISS astronauts a good view as it re-entered the atmosphere and burned up.
A new discovery at Chalmers University in Sweden could lead to a cure for Alzheimer’s by finding malfunctioning protein aggregates with lasers and removing them with photo-acoustics.