Could the global demand for electricity be satisfied with a single power generation and distribution system? A team of scientists from Russia believes this may be possible, using technology now a century old. At the start of the 20th century, fam
Why are environmentalists and scientists so reluctant to discuss long-term increases in southern hemisphere sea ice?
Imagine showing up at the airport to catch your flight, looking at your plane, and noticing that instead of windows, the cockpit is now a smooth cone of aluminum.
Making a steel tool? You want both qualities.
The tag actually powers itself by harvesting cellphone signals.
South Korea laps the world in average Internet connection speeds, clocking an amazing 23.6 Mbps, leaving in its dust second-place Japan, which could only muster a meager 14.6 Mbps.
Breakthrough as specific link between DNA and the condition is discovered
Migraine sufferer banishes crippling headaches using hi-tech headband which emits electrical pulses to the brain
Every one of us loses consciousness on a daily basis: it's called sleep. But scientists have never understood which part of the brain controls when you're conscious and when you're not.
1. Don't overburden your liver. Your liver works hard enough without having to process things like alcohol and over-the-counter painkillers, which are unnecessarily hard on this vital organ. In fact, taking regular, small doses of painkillers is the
Russian Physicists Launch Campaign To Rebuild Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower And Power The World
Legzdins' proprietary electrolytic technology isn't intended to replace water treatment plants, but to seamlessly plug into existing facilities. "One of the advantages of this technology is it's extremely modular," explained Rhone. "We will manufa
Boffins throw cold water on electric eavesdropping claims raised in German media
New Peugeot hybrid doesn't need a battery and 'is greener than its electric rivals'
An international team wants to closely watch how future technologies could make the world's deadliest poisons easier to produce and harder to regulate.
Your brain on psychedelic drugs looks similar to your brain when you're dreaming, suggests a new study that may also explain why people on psychedelics feel they are expanding their mind.
Practicing the Dark Art of Trend Adjustment
Scientists at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have developed a method of concealing objects from the sensation of touch that would finally meet the exacting standards of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale princess...
While the relatively flawless overall coating was what the scientists had been hoping for, they were surprised to discover that the deposition process also corrected flaws already present in the individual flakes. This was likely due to the fact th
When it comes to discussions regarding battery storage, it's likely that most people will make the connection to Tesla's Elon Musk and his attempt to develop the Gigafactory --
NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 (OCO-2) not only managed to lift off today, it also achieved successful separation from its booster stack and got into orbit.
"We've been keeping a very low profile, mostly intentionally," said Doug Lenat, President and CEO of Cycorp. "No outside investments, no debts.
Once again Profit proves to be the most important thing in our lives. There is a cure for cancer but the last thing the FDA wants is for you or your loved ones to get it.
Once they had their target in sight, the group looked at the interaction between IDR-1018 and the peptides. Sure enough, when the two interacted, the signal was destroyed. The cells were left to fend for themselves. Over time, the bacteria would s
Further research which bolsters the notion that getting plenty of anti-wrinkle vitamin K2 in the diet makes for smoother facial features is found in the research of Korean scientists and was published in the journal Nephrology in 2008. The rate
Gas piston engine fundamentals haven't changed in 134 years—until now.
This proposes an eco-forward solution until renewables take over.
Our world of amazingly tiny electronics is about to get even tinier. After a decade of research, IBM says it'll bring carbon nanotube transistors to market by 2020.
GJ 832c is just 16 light years away
The allure of synthetic marijuana. or Spice, lies mostly in its chameleon-like chemical blends that make it difficult to test.