A slow motion video from a veteran of the "Modernist Cuisine" crew shows the creation of a form of matter you've probably never seen before.
The material - made up of layers of crystal known as molybdenum oxides - has unique properties that encourage the free flow of electrons at ultra-high speeds. In a paper published in the January issue of materials science journal Advanced Materials,
A glowing orange worm appears in a darkened sea – and then quickly begins to peel itself apart, revealing a labyrinth of internal organs.
Keeping more than 50 scientists warm in style.
How to identify dead kings and resurrect extinct species.
Most human body parts can be replaced, say scientists, and here’s the evidence
As biking grows in popularity in the U.S., car-on-cyclist collisions continues to be a major issue for two-wheeled urbanites.
Conceptual artist and law student Asher J. Kohn envisions a gated community as a sanctuary from drones.
Curious about what a 900mph ping-pong ball does to a piece of wood? The answer is here.
The only thing to we have to fear is fear itself. Also suffocation.
They hope to create 3-D tissues and organs using stem cells as the "ink."
"This is the first new light bulb in about thirty years," says Dr. David Carroll, a professor of physics at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, who developed the new light source.
A Red Deer company wants to turn local garbage into fuel – and it insists it’s got the technology to do so. Blue Horizon Bio-Diesel Inc. Conducted a demonstration in a Blindman Industrial Park shop on Wednesday, feeding a mix of municipal solid waste
1. In 2002, the BBC aired a report about German scientists who discovered that blond hair would be extinct in the next couple centuries due to being a recessive trait.
Soldiers must still provide the "boots on the ground" in an era of modern warfare that includes guided missiles and flying robots.
In the latest issue of Nature, Dean Keith Simonton argues that modern science is just building on what's already known, rather than upending what we think we know.
According to the International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics (ISPO), there are some 32 million amputees in the world today, around 80 percent (25 million) of whom live in developing countries where only five percent have been fitted with an ar
Years of materials research and a suite of highly successful demonstration projects have put HTS not only on the doorstep of the electric power grid but of facilitating its entry into the 21st century, including the increasingly mandatory shift to gr
What's in a thought? When it comes to the zebrafish, now you can see for yourself. For the first time, Japanese researchers have captured video of thoughts moving through a zebrafish's brain.
YOU don't need us to tell you that certain types of touch - massage and stroking - can be pleasurable.
ropping aluminum sheets coated in their superomniphobic material in vats of concentrated hydrochloric acid and concentrated sodium hydroxide (that’s a highly caustic metallic base) and anxiously watching absolutely nothing happen. Even when examined
Ancient texts even talk about light-body activation. It requires shifting to a higher frequency, ideally so that your gross, or material body becomes light enough to work with other elements in our galaxy – wind, air, water, the rays of the sun inclu
How do you design industrial tools that can top the most heavy-duty diamond-tipped devices? Easy: you create a new material that’s even harder than diamond.
In this video, award-winning journalist Christopher Bryson examines one of the great secret narratives of the industrial era; how a grim workplace poison and the most damaging environmental pollutant of the cold war was added to our drinking water an
A recent study of over 1,000 family practitioners stated that close to 70% of primary care providers would be either retiring or leaving medical care within the next 5 years. While this is disturbing, what I found more disturbing is the responses to
Researchers armed with little more than an internet connection identified nearly 50 people who participated in a large genomic study based on some of the participants’ genomes and other publicly accessible information.
This spectacular documentary uncovers for the very first time, the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer. And, how every single one of us is reacting to the biggest change in environment this planet has ever seen.
Scientists create a camera they can send down into someone gastrointestinal tract without having to put the patient under anesthesia.
DNA tags label rioters and other criminals so cops can find them "at a less confrontational time for officers."
Given the horrific event that occurred last month in Newtown, Connecticut, it’s not surprising that we’re seeing a rise in products designed specifically to protect children against shootings in schools.