India has launched its first space mission to Mars. The newly launched probe is currently in Earth orbit and will arrive on the red planet in September of next year.
Toyota has unveiled a new fuel-cell car which promises a long range and short refueling times, to be released in 2015.
US defense contractor Lockheed Martin has announced it has begun work on developing an unmanned, hypersonic spy plane capable of striking targets at 3,600 mph.
A new species of giant, carnivorous platypus has been discovered in a region of outback Queensland, Australia.
Fuji Film showcases their newest concept tech product: A speaker that could simply be rolled in or out of a stretched sheet of film.
Two scientists believe the Higgs boson could explain the creation of dark matter in the early universe and imbalance between matter and anti-matter.
Tracking asteroids and other objects that could kill us, is still largely based on amateur and professional astronomers making chance observations with regular telescopes.
Chinese scientists have created a Li-Fi device which uses light from an LED to provide 150Mbps connectivity, and hope to demonstrate the technology next month.
In an effort to emulate the human brain, IBM has created a computer that delivers power and cooling through the same liquid system.
Scientists have discovered a way to combine nanoparticles into composites, using DNA as the paste between them.
IBM’s Watson super computer is being taught to analyze patient records to alleviate overworked doctors. So far, Watson is seeing some success.
Researchers have analyzed the stomach content of a fossilized bug and discovered that it’s last meal was blood from a creature that lived 46 million years ago.
A new device combines a microbial fuel cell and photoelectrochemical fuel cell uses nothing but sunlight and waste energy to produce hydrogen gas.
A biologist studying big cats in Nicaragua is using designer cologne to draw Jaguars to his photo traps. Two ingredients, vanilla extract and civetone, may be what’s attracting them.
A water heavy asteroid, the first of its kind outside our solar system, has been discovered around a dying star 150 light years away.
Asukanet develops a futuristic touchscreen technology that has the potential to help protect privacy in public computer terminals.
The US Army is calling on private research and development organizations to help it develop suits of armor that give soldiers ‘superhuman strength’ and display an in-helmet HUD showing technical and health information, much like the armor seen used by Tony Stark in Marvel’s Iron Man series.
Chinese researchers have found that the effects of certain beverages, including Sprite, can alter the enzyme activity that breaks down the chemicals that are responsible for hangovers.
A telescope in Hawaii has detected a planet floating freely without a solar system 80 light years away. Its lack of a star is even more noteworthy as the planet is estimated to be very young.
A new carbon structure has been discovered and it may be the strongest material yet. However, curious properties also give it interesting electronic and energy storage applications.