For Chris Hadfield and other astronauts aboard the International Space Station, the high-energy particles that come flying at them from deep space and pass through their equipment and their bodies like
Nanocellulose produced from humble algae holds promise for manufacturing, medicine, and the environment It’s stiffer than Kevlar, thinner than paper, and in a few years, it may be mass-produced using sunlight
There's little doubt that the traditional password is in danger of being replaced — much has been written about its vulnerabilities and flaws, and organizations like DARPA and Google are hard at work for
Though the Big Bang took place long before anyone was around to observe it, we've known for years what it might have sounded like. As the universe expanded, scientists believe it produced waves of sound
These 'transient electronics' will disappear completely once their job is done Right now, electronics are built to last. Soon, however, their lifespan might be more fleeting — courtesy of burgeoning research
Tibetan nuns prove the physical effects of spiritual activity. You don't have to look far to find the (mostly) positive and surprisingly powerful effects of meditation. But one of the more unexpected was
How much Kobe Bryant and others make in a minute compared to a minimum wage worker. CNNMoney has published an awesome visualization by artist Bård Edlund showing how much various people make in one minute.
Chocoholics, rejoice! British scientists have developed a new fruit-juice-infused chocolate that they say has up to 50 percent less fat than the regular stuff. And it's tasty, too. The scientists, led