Police in the "Empire State" of New York have reportedly proposed the implementation of a new device that would be able to detect when drivers are using their cell phones.
Existing 51 qubit quantum simulator using rubidium atoms could scale to hundreds of qubits
Electrical engineers at Stanford have identified two semiconductors – hafnium diselenide and zirconium diselenide – that share or even exceed some of silicon's desirable traits, starting with the fact that all three materials can "rust."
with a single touch… what could go wrong? Image: New medical technology allows scientists to genetically alter your organs with a single touch… what could go wrong? (Natural News) A new breakthrough technology has been developed that can help to
"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads," Doc Brown says, before flipping down his reflective goggles and launching his nuclear-powered DeLorean into the air.
DARPA, the research arm of the U.S. Department of Defense, awarded contracts to six teams working on developing better brain-computer interface technology. The goal, according to DARPA, is to repair and enhance the senses of those with disabilities.
Roger Shawyer is the original inventor of the Emdrive. He claims to have a new generation EmDrive and has filed for a patent in the UK. The Emdrive is super-controversial propellantless space drive. Many argue that there are problems with the physics
Inexpensive and compact CubeSats are great for certain missions, but their simplicity can limit their applications. For one, most of them don't pack their own propulsion systems, instead hitchhiking into orbit aboard other satellite launches.
One of the most important dates in recent human history is the 26th of April 1956.
The company, which "was founded in 2014 to design, develop, manufacture and market innovative American-made firearms" advertises the new LifeCard as their flagship gun. The single-shot, single-action .22LR is machined from a solid billet and feat
A wolf-like robot to drive away wild animals that cause damage to agriculture has been introduced on a trial basis in Kisarazu in southwest Chiba Prefecture.
The future sounds a bit like a witch crying over a dead cat. That spooky wail is the sound hyperloop makes--at least, the version of the high-speed transportation system designed by Hyperloop One, which just took a big stride toward the day it fling