As we know, the Porsche Mission E concept will enter the production stage in the next several years, so it's time to double check what's hiding inside.
Electrodes in the brain may make Star Trek-style 'mind melds' a reality
Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral, delivered communications satellites to orbit before its main-stage booster returned to a landing pad
Antibiotic Research UK director says chances of salvaging most important drugs are 50-50 after resistant bacteria found in pigs and humans in England and Wales
On December 15, Ubitquity LLC launched a new Blockchain-based notary platform BitNotarize in alpha. The platform will allow people to upload and keep their documents on the BlockChain. The platform can be used along with a traditional notary system,
A theoretical computer scientist has presented an algorithm that is being hailed as a breakthrough in mapping the obscure terrain of complexity theory, which explores how hard computational problems are to solve.
Being trapped on an upper floor of a burning high-rise is the stuff of nightmares, but a product called SkySaver offers a last-resort means of escape, should that unlikely scenario occur and a safer exit is unavailable.
A long-term study on the effects of chemicals on pregnant women and children has arrived at some worrying conclusions.
At last, an expert just admitted what so many of us were thinking...
caused by our unhealthy lifestyles'
Motorcycle helmets have been around for almost a century, yet their design has never deviated from the pull on-pull off type with a chinstrap to secure in place.
That isn't even the weirdest thing about it
A fast-acting medical device developed for emergency treatment of a gunshot or other penetrating wound on the battlefield has been cleared for civilian use by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Testing of the Wendelstein 7-x stellarator has started with a bang, albeit a very very small one, with researchers switching on the experimental fusion reactor to produce its first helium plasma at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics (IPP) in
Apparently, Italians find physics more sexy than S&M -- at least for reading material.
Smartwatches collect data about users' heart rates and exercise and stress levels; now Google wants to collect users' blood to monitor their blood glucose.
Controversial machine is 100,000,000x faster at certain problems
Climate scientists unite against Lamar Smith's "bullying tactics"
business and repeat profits. (NaturalNews) Second cancers are on the rise in the United States, according to a new study, which found that one in five new cases involve someone who has had the disease before.
If you were into Star Wars as a kid, you probably had a toy lightsaber.
Flashing some interplanetary gold bling and sipping "space water" might sound far-fetched, but both could soon be reality, thanks to a new US law that legalizes cosmic mining.
Stephen Witt, author of "How Music Got Free," imagines a future where algorithms replace albums, Frank Sinatra has new hits, and the DJ always plays your favorite song.
Get Your Flu Shot Before the Flu Is Widespread: CDC ... Everyone 6 months and older should be vaccinated before holiday trips and gatherings, experts say ...
You're just an experimental animal to the vaccine industry. (NaturalNews) The FDA has dramatically expanded the permitted uses of the anthrax vaccine using a post-9/11 law known as the Bioterrorism Act of 2002.
Patent reveals the firm is planning a 'needle-free' way to collect samples using smartwatches
As frustrated as you might get that voice-controlled tools like Apple Siri and Microsoft Cortana don't always understand you, it used to be a lot worse.
As world leaders gather in Paris to discuss a future free from Ecocide, researchers report the biggest mass whale death known to science.
The cutting-edge material can absorb up to 33 times its own weight in oil!
The Chinese scientist behind the world's biggest cloning factory has technology advanced enough to replicate humans, he told AFP, and is only holding off for fear of the public reaction.
An Israeli-made surveillance balloon is being used by the Paris municipal police to help guard the global climate change summit currently underway in Paris.