In the bizarre realm of quantum physics, the particles that make up everything can behave in strange ways. For instance, a particle can apparently exist in two or more places at once, and two or more particles can get linked so they stay in sync inst
Future military operations may use a constantly updated digital "image skin" for a comprehensive map of the world under development by the Pentagon's National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
When it comes to imagining life as a billionaire, most people think of the things that such money would let them buy — yachts, mansions, and cool cars.
DNA tests have confirmed that a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl named "Maria" found living with a Roma family in Greece is the child of Bulgarian couple Sasha Ruseva and Atanas Rusev, the BBC reports.
In just a few weeks, architects will find out if the tallest building in America really is 1,776 feet tall.
The discovery could hold promise for paralyzed patients.
In celiac disease, an alcohol-soluble wheat storage protein known as gliadin is partially degraded (i.e. deamidated) by the enzyme tissue transglutaminase, the effect of which is to activate susceptible host T-cells to mistakenly identify and attack
s, it is still a one-half scale prototype – the final design is expected to be more than 400 feet (121m) long and be able to lift a cargo weight of 66 tons.
Neutrons have a set of unique properties that make them better suited than light, electrons, or x-rays for looking at the physics and chemistry going on inside an object.
Young designer Adrian Perez Zapata from Colombia, won this year's competition with his automated home cleaning concept entitled 'Mab'
Rice University researchers say that carbyne, an elusive allotrope of carbon, could be twice as strong as carbon nanotubes and three times stiffer than diamonds
The European Space Agency has rolled out a new initiative to refine 3D printing techniques to make space-grade metal parts.
How soon will people and machines become one? What are the ethical implications of living for hundreds or thousands of years? James Woods visits with LiveScience reporters @DavidSkyBrody and @JillScharr to explain his new Science Channel series.
The physics of boomerang flight
Doctors are touting a medical breakthrough after a girl born with HIV has gone into extended remission, saying that they’ve never seen such a recovery and opening the doors to the question: Have scientists and researchers finally discovered a cure fo
While cities in the United States have made significant strides in cleaning up their air quality over the last 40 years, it remains a massive and growing problem in China.
During the Cold War, Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) were designed to send nuclear warheads hurtling across the globe, aimed at population centers.
In fact, when Adam Crain and Chris Sistrunk decided to test some new software they were developing they identified a vulnerability so serious that it could literally blind operational controllers to such an extent that they would be locked out of mon
Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has created a set of bespoke titanium horseshoes for a Melbourne race horse using additive 3D printing.
Current hair transplantation techniques essentially rob Peter to pay Paul, redistributing hair, usually from the back of the head, to the balding area.
It's all been lies til now. All conflict of interest. No competition for the power players, and that's why they wanted it this way. Cops went along with it, so did everybody else that got paid off it. All lies.
Instead of having to use tons of crushing force and volcanic heat to forge diamonds, researchers have developed a way to cheaply make nanodiamonds on a lab bench at atmospheric pressure and near room temperature.
EStor, Inc. has received multiple certifications results from TesCom Calibration Services of Austin, Texas. TesCom performed certification on the EEStor testing equipment and calibrated to ANSI specifications. Additionally, TesCom certified EEStor la
Locked in a battle with an extremely drug-resistant superbug last year, doctors at the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center played one last card.
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I did say how the skeptics like to claim the science results are just a placebo effect or the lack of a good placebo control but how these skeptics have not gone to personally investigate the Spring Forest Qigong masters. Meanwhile one of the top res
In stark contrast to other flow control devices, plasma actuator geometries easily are modified.
The first new British nuclear reactors for a quarter of a century will be safer and more efficient and reliable than ever before. But it won’t be enough
Breasts typically age more quickly than the rest of the female body. So suggests a system that may be the most accurate way yet of identifying a person's age from a blood or tissue sample.
A group of Chinese scientists at Shanghai’s Fudan University have a bright idea: A lightbulb that produces its own Wi-Fi signal. According to Xinhua, the technology is called Li-Fi, and the prototype actually works better than the average connect