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An Orange Pixel flickers on the horizon, sandwiched between the inky azure of the mid-Pacific and the robin’s-egg pale of the Hawaiian sky.
There is a deep and watery mystery on Mars.
Most of the country is still waiting for the sort of super-fast gigabit internet connections available in places like Kansas City, Kansas and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
ARPA-E is funding several projects that use liquid battery electrodes to cut costs and increase energy density.
When the sun goes down on your high tech surveillance operation, outside location broadcast or wildlife documentary shoot, there's a good chance that your world will fade to shades of green and black.
The human race has a growing history of pitting its best and brightest against mechanized challengers.
Scientists have found a new way of keeping track of whale populations. Using high-resolution images taken by satellites high up in orbit, scientists are now able to count individual whales in the world's oceans.
The two companies have been developing MLS technology since 2006, but not without encountering some challenges. Similar to the direct metal laser sintering process used to print the Tri-D rocket engine, micro laser sintering uses a laser to melt meta
As a result of these advances, we can now study what these people experience in that period after their heart stops and before they are brought back to life, which includes seeing a warm light, a beautiful compassionate being, or the sensation of sep
The strongest earthquakes recorded in Baku in 2000 and 2014 occurred at the pick of solar activity and magnetic storms
In a kind of spooky experiment, scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences reveal that our decisions are made seconds before we become aware of them.
It’s hard to describe what it feels like to ride the Ryno, but the main takeaway is it’s much easier and safer than it seems. The vehicle really does balance itself without a hitch, and getting the hang of leaning forward and backward to accelerate a
Harvard researchers have developed robots that work like termites to build complex, three-dimensional structures, without depending on a boss.
Researchers at Yale have identified a protein from tarantula venom that can be used to treat pain.
NASA scientists found link between mysterious ‘ribbon’ of energy particles at edge of solar system and the interstellar magnetic field.
Hemp seed oil provides significant amounts of the more rare ‘super’ polyunsaturated fatty acids, notably gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) and stearidonic acid (SDA).
A non-invasive blood test that uses microchips instead of needles is being tested in Spain, with a view to incorporating it in the Spanish public healthcare system. Originally designed to test the blood of astronauts, the test is a pain and anxiety-f
Fish On Wheels was created by a Dutch design studio called Diip, so that the office goldfish wasn't forced to look at the same boring view all day from its watery prison.
Since 2010, DARPA has been kicking around the concept of giving us an Autobot-esque vehicle of our own. Initially, the project was simply called Transformer (TX for short).
Ball Aerospace, the folks who currently supply you with the hardware behind your Google Maps and Google Earth images, are about to launch their most powerful telescope yet.
Warning: It doesn't get any less gross from here.
They're a step toward motors doctors could one day use to deliver targeted medicine to cells in the body.
Physicists had to compress the fuel to twice the density of the core of the sun.
In science fiction films, science tends to play the villain. Speculative theories and far-fetched technology wear the old black hat and outsize mustache, and tie us all kicking and screaming to the train tracks.
It took Tony Stark decades and countless prototypes to get his Iron Man suit to its current level of awesomeness, and we're guessing the U.S. military's own effort to build super-suits for its soldiers will travel a similar path.
Stuck in Botswana for several days after finishing a corporate assignment, photographer Zack Seckler decided that he couldn't waste the opportunity to see the majesty of Africa.
At the 1983 Aspen International Design Conference, Steve Jobs gave presentation on the future of technology. He used an Apple Lisa mouse to navigate the presentation before contributing it to a time capsule that would be buried as part of the confere
The futuristic cyborg might not be as far off into the future as we think.
Tyson will pick up where Carl Sagan left off, hosting a continuation of the "Cosmos" TV series