When I was a kid, my mother would sometimes give my younger brothers and me a large tub of oobleck, telling us to go play outside and make a mess.
In the pit lane of the Homestead-Miami speedway in Florida, inside a track on which race cars sometimes travel at over 300 kilometers an hour, a small crowd is watching something considerably slower but arguably far more impressive.
Researchers working at TU Delft's Kavli Institute of Nanoscience in the Netherlands claim to have successfully transferred data via teleportation.
Much like Mercedes did with last year's AMG Vision Gran Turismo, Volkswagen brings the virtual world to reality with its own Vision Gran Turismo.
My expertise is bringing people back from "terminal" which is NOT an easy thing for the individual to do. Not easy at all, very trying, very lengthy and encompasses far more than just the physical side of life. You will be challenged not only physica
The White House has admitted they ran a fake vaccination program, with the goal of collecting DNA samples from children. The covert operation took place in the Middle East. Vaccinations were promised to people, who the government claims were tied
Long Island dermatologist Kavita Mariwalla knows how to treat acne, burns, and rashes. But when a patient came in with a potentially disfiguring case of bullous pemphigoid–a rare skin condition that causes large, watery blisters–she was stumped.
Scientists in America are hopeful of a breakthrough in curing Alzheimer's, following a study that shows a way of bringing back the lost memories of dementia patients.
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Scientists from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have built a fast-running biped robot that can reach a top speed of 46 km/hour (28.6mph) on a treadmill.
Few things in life are less pleasant than going to the dentist to get a filling. With all of that drilling, poking and scraping, it's no wonder people try to avoid going to the dentist at any cost.
The medical issue Alex was suffering from actually had nothing to do with his mental wit, but was rather an issue of hearing: Alex suffered from a deformity in his inner ear known as Mondini dysplasia alongside a separate and progressive condition, E
If you want to sample a color that you encounter in the real world and then reproduce it on your computer, you might already be interested in devices like the SwatchMate Cube or the NODE Chroma module.
Google has revealed its first self-driving car prototype, which as you guessed requires no driver.
Eco Marine Power (EMP) has unveiled high level design plans for an unmanned surface vessel (USV) to be powered by a solar-electric hybrid system.
Seven test pilots demonstrate an X-Men-like ability to steer an airplane through a flight simulation with surprising accuracy.
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ow at last researchers have deciphered the cryptic structure of one class of the superconductors, providing a basis for theories about how they manage to transport electricity with perfect efficiency when cooled, and how scientists might raise their
The number of methods of mind control has proliferated as funding for research has expanded.
Google scrambles to put the genie back in the bottle...Since we reported statements from Google’s consulting optometrist about the eye pains associated with using Google Glass, things have been, well, rocky.
More than 40 years after a Soviet nuclear physicist proposed an outlandish theory that trios of particles can arrange themselves in an infinite nesting-doll configuration, experimentalists have reported strong evidence that this bizarre state of matt
“In terms of strength, wood is pretty good,” says Mike Gruntman, professor of astronautics at the University of Southern California. Early airplanes were built with wood, all the way into the early 1930s. (There were also wooden submarines.)
In the space between order and chaos, a zone usually described with the mathematics of impending avalanches and crystallizing liquids, scientists are finding new rules for life.
In the field of regenerative medicine, one of the current areas of interest involves the use of scaffolding-like materials that a patient's own cells can be "seeded" onto.
Imagine using a mobile phone powered entirely by its casing, or an electric car that runs off power stored in its chassis.
The world's first humans trials will start at the UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh, with 10 patients whose injuries would otherwise be fatal to operate on. A team of surgeons will remove the patient's blood, replacing it with a chilled saline
By now we're all quite used to seeing blended fruit juices such as banana-strawberry or apple-lime, but what about solid three-dimensional hybrid fruits that are made to order?
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, is launching a $70 million program to help military personnel with psychiatric disorders using electronic devices implanted in the brain.
Knife- and gunshot-wound victims will be placed in suspended animation as the first human trials begin on this emergency life-saving technique.