Deaf three-year-old Grayson hears his father's voice for the first time after surgery in the US. Report by Genelle Aldred.
The robotic European cargo ship Albert Einstein was opened Tuesday morning (June 18) at the International Space Station, a day late because of concerns that mold may have grown inside the vehicle, NASA officials said.
NASA has issued The Asteroid Grand Challenge, an effort to solicit ideas for how to capture an asteroid and, later, send humans to asteroids.
A sliver of wood coated with tin could make a tiny, long-lasting, efficient and environmentally friendly battery ("Tin Anode for Sodium-Ion Batteries Using Natural Wood Fiber as a Mechanical Buffer and Electrolyte Reservoir").
The laboratory of Vera Gorbunova and Andrei Seluanov, a husband-and-wife team of biologists at the University of Rochester, has the feel of a petting zoo.
The unexpected behaviour of crowds at one of Europe’s largest music festivals should help organisers plan future events, say researchers
A new research project out of Japan has air hockey champions shaking in their sneakers. Researchers have developed a robotic arm that dominates the air hockey table with a killer combination of precise moves and long-term strategy.
he first definitive evidence that we generate new brain cells throughout our lives. The study also provides the first model of the dynamics of the process, showing that the regenerat
Honeybees aren't native to U.S., but these other amazing bees are. And they contribute to pollinating delicious American crops such as pumpkins, blueberries and tomatoes.
Humans have also shown the ability to echolocate, though not as precisely as animals that use the skill for everyday survival.
The goal is to have the rovers ready by the next manned moon mission in 2020.
Within two hours of the explosion, the area looked as if nothing had ever happened.
To successfully print 3D electrodes, the researchers designed and tested several specialized inks.
It's tempting to call some Olympic events, such as wrestling, judo and taekwondo, "messy sports" because it's difficult to quantify exactly how much any given factor contributes to success in each competition
Contracting a common virus called cytomegalovirus (CMV) may contribute to the development of Alzheimer's disease, a new study of the brains of older adults suggests.
Dmitry Itskov spoke at the Global Future 2045 Conference (GF2045) wherein he said that he would like to see technology developed that would allow human consciousness to be inputted into artificial computer neuro-brains and hologram bodies. In 2020
Researchers from American and French universities have discovered how to exactly map a room's shape solely by using a sense you wouldn't normally choose for this kind of task
This new finding confirms the particle exists.
It's geriatric Big Brother!
Whether you need to map out a landscape or discover an ancient city, lidar — an advanced application of laser technology — is probably your best bet.
Move over nanotubes, there's a new futuristic building material in town and its origins may surprise you.
Technology for restoring vision is still at an early stage, but a new kind of retinal prosthesis allows blind rats to sense light, a study shows.
The howling, hurricane-force winds of Venus are blowing even faster lately, and scientists aren't sure why.
It hardly gets more Orwellian than this. New technology would allow cable companies to peer directly into television watchers' homes and monitor viewing habits and reactions to product advertisements.
Designing a world-changing piece of equipment is a long and complicated process.
Something odd happened when Shu Zhang was giving a presentation to her classmates at the Columbia Business School in New York City. Zhang, a Chinese native, spoke fluent English, yet in the middle of her talk, she.....
But in reality, such a scenario will never actually occur. On the contrary, young people will most likely flee the system in droves once they realize that their insurance premiums are set to rise dramatically in response to Obamacare. As evidenced by
Demonizing and criminalizing some drugs, while approving others without rational criteria, is clearly arbitrary and deceitful. Why are marijuana users criminals while alcohol and tobacco users are not?
A week ago, Maxwell Technologies announced they had been “been awarded a $1.39 million contract by the California Energy Commission’s Research and Development program to fund design and integration of an ultracapacitor-based energy storage system...
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