US researchers have achieved a world first in an ambitious experiment that aims to recreate the conditions at the heart of the sun and pave the way for nuclear fusion reactors. The scientists generated
Marcus Kayser's Solar Sinter project turns the desert's resources into bowls When design student Markus Kayser wanted to test his sun-powered, sand-fed 3-D printer, he knew the gray skies outside his apartment
This year’s National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention in Las Vegas was full of droll announcements on charter services and meager sales reports. It was a refreshing surprise, then, to see
Near the height of the Afghanistan war, the Pentagon spent $297 million on a seven-story blimp-like aircraft — as long as a football field — that would hover over the war zone for weeks at a time, beaming
Perpetual flight is going, so get ready for planes that just keep going and going and going... In 1883, Nobel laureate John Strutt, a physicist and the third Baron Rayleigh, put forward a radical idea.
(cclark395_Flickr) The report describes 147 civilian deaths, much higher than the U.S. administration has admitted to Chris Woods July 22, 2013 11:48am (UTC) This article originally appeared at the Bureau
Asiana Airlines has decided not to sue a local TV station over a broadcast in which the station falsely reported racist and offensive names for the pilots in the the airline’s crash landing in San Francisco,
Enter now and get your project seen by millions. Architect Peter Zumthor inspired an artisanal brick collection. Find the best brands for every architectural product and material. "At every point, from
Families of three Chinese teens killed in the Asiana Flight 214 crash landing at San Francisco International Airport have hired lawyers. Thee San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday that the Chinese
The topic is likely to be discussed at this weekend's Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Boston. In a small bit of good news for people with terrible diagnoses, having cancer appears protect
Nutrition experts contend that all we need is what's typically found in a routine diet. Industry representatives, backed by a fascinating history, argue that foods don't contain enough, and we need supplements.
Here’s what’s holding back 3D printing, the technology that’s supposed to revolutionize manufacturing and countless other industries: patents. In February 2014, key patents that currently prevent competition
Infrared gear might have detected victim on runway San Francisco airport officials had purchased heat sensing equipment that experts say might have prevented a 16-year-old Asiana Airlines victim from hit
The Japan Airlines (JAL) flight left Boston at 1257pm local time (1657 GMT) but returned to its airport of departure at around 6pm. "As a standard precautionary measure due to a maintenance message (fuel