Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a nucleoside triphosphate used in cells as a coenzyme. It is often called the "molecular unit of currency" of intracellular energy transfer. ATP transports chemical energy within cells for metabolism.
Not only your finger won't be able to detect it, but a force feedback measurement instrument will fail too. According to Tiemo Bückmann, the lead scientists in the project, "it is like in Hans-Christian Andersen's fairy tale about the princess and
Let's think about how we think. However, rather than dive into brain science or psychological models, I will simply ask you to look around your desk. What do you see?
How about giving people patches that would make them allergic to meat?
More than 400 books that helped create modern evolutionary biology have been re-assembled into an online library.
This month Dubai announced grandiose plans to build "the world's first temperature-controlled city, Mall of the World" in the Al Sufouh district.
Robotics company, military contractor, and recent Google acquisition Boston Dynamics is most likely best known for its dog-like machines that can traverse rough terrain while carrying a heavy load.
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As a direct results of the positive response from the prototype, X-Products has confirmed on their Facebook page that the Can Cannon will be headed to production. Posted on July 4th, X-Products stated that they are needing ATF approval and will have
Our consciousness is a fundamental aspect of our existence, says philosopher David Chalmers:
A British company has produced a "strange, alien" material so black that it absorbs all but 0.035 per cent of visual light, setting a new world record. To stare at the "super black" coating made of carbon nanotubes – each 10,000 times thinner than a
In their mid-20th century heyday, chemistry sets inspired kids to grow up to be scientists. Intel founder Gordon Moore, for example, credits a chemistry set with sparking his lifelong interest in science (not to mention some pretty neat explosions al
Niklas Roy has created a machine that sucks 1,000 sponge balls through its transparent tubes.
When science and art intersect.
It's responsible for 8.5 percent of Wikipedia articles.
In one tank, the vanadium releases electrons, turning from yellow to blue In the other tank, the vanadium receives electrons, turning from green to violet The electrons pass around a circuit, generating a current, while at the same time a match
A unique project at the Victory Springs Ranch in Tehachapi promises to help energy improve energy storage of the electrical grid.
ARES' technology uses heavy rail cars that are pushed to the top of a grade using excess power from renewable energy plants or when electricity demand is low.
Every now and then a scholarly journal retracts an article because of errors or outright fraud.
The tech behind a device that might be able to reawaken connections between the brain and the body
You can switch it on and off. And it works for up to 16 years.
Conventional lithium-ion batteries rely on anodes made of graphite, but it is widely believed that the performance of this material has reached its zenith, prompting researchers to look at possible replacements.
IBM is worried that the age of silicon may be drawing to a close.
The smartphone has given rise to countless new ways to monitor our health.
Ground Station for the Phantom 2 Vision and the Phantom 2 Vision+ has arrived. Now you can program in a flight, let go of your controller and focus on getting the shot you want.
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MIT Media Lab founder Nicholas Negroponte takes you on a journey through the last 30 years of tech.
Chris Domas is a cybersecurity researcher, operating on what's become a new front of war, "cyber."
Just like consumer tech, criminal tech advances in leaps and bounds—and none more so than the ATM skimmer.