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.
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.