Matt Fellows

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Meet the Newest State of Matter

Jahn–Teller metals offer new hope for high-temperature superconductivity.<p>It's only slightly less exciting than it sounds: a new state of matter. The discovery, which comes courtesy of an international team led by Kosmas Prassides of Tokohu University in Japan, offers a novel material with an …

Breakthroughs

The water mystery: Lost Lake drains like a bathtub in Oregon

Every year the water from a lake in Oregon disappears down a 6ft-wide plug hole<p>A lake in Oregon fills up each winter and then drains like a bath tub as a 6ft-wide hole opens up.<p><b>The natural phenomenon causes Lost Lake to turn into a meadow in the summer.</b><p>It is caused by tunnel-like lava tubes, of …

Snorkeling

Did NASA Just Accidentally Produce A Warp Bubble? EmDrive Could Lead To Warp Drive

NASA scientists working on a project called EmDrive have accidentally stumbled upon something that will send science fiction junkies into a frenzy. …

There Is Probably Liquid Water Right Underneath The Surface Of Mars

Salt waters run deep<p>Again and again these days, we’re seeing evidence that our solar system is awash in H2O. Now, after numerous major revelations of liquid oceans throughout our celestial home, it looks as though Mars may have liquid water close to its surface as well.<p>It’s no mystery that the red …

12,000-square-foot 3D-printed mansion pops up in China

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Carmakers Can Relax, A Bit, Apple Car Threat Looks Years Away

The world’s car manufacturers can breathe easy, at least for a while; the threat that mega-rich technology company Apple is about to launch a vehicle which would fatally undermine the traditional industry isn’t going to happen any time soon.<p>If it does materialize, it will have to be electric and …

General Motors

Why smartphones are making you ill

As a study finds that smartphones are causing back ailments, here are some of the health risks caused by your mobile<p>The number of hours spent peering and jabbing at our smartphones isn’t just annoying, but potentially dangerous. As we become increasingly reliant on smartphones, picking them up …

Breast Cancer

The car of the future — the very near future — might be driven by the wind

In a city bursting with 20th century history and 21st century glitz, the scrap of Berlin I’ve found myself in on a grey winter’s morning is the definition of ordinary, an American-style mini-mart /gas station where my companions and I are ordering bad coffee to a soundtrack of generic schmaltzy pop.<p>…