After decades of searching, physicists at Princeton University say they've observed an elusive particle that behaves both like matter and antimatter. Yes, the discovery is an exciting step forward for
Scientists have discovered a new way to make molecular oxygen (O2) from carbon dioxide (CO2) -- no green plants involved. Their findings could alter our understanding of the Earth's early atmosphere and
The life strategy of plants that dominate our forests today may be linked to a massive meteorite that slammed into Earth 66 million years ago, according to a new study. At the end of the Cretaceous period,
The Apple iPhone 6 mania doesn’t end with the purchase of a costly handset, no, there’s a raft of new, and smart, accessories that are beginning to hit to market too. Smartphone accessories are beginning
Changing Planet The Hubble Space Telescope snapped this finely detailed image of the beautiful spiral galaxy NGC 6384, an island of stars thought to resemble our own Milky Way galaxy. Credit: ESA/NASA
Say hello to Dreadnoughtus schrani, a newly discovered dinosaur that was so formidable, it was named after a battleship that prowled the seas during the early 20th century. "It is by far the best example
"You always hear that war is never coming," says Michal Drozdowski, the design director for This War of Mine. "You always live in that feeling." "Until it comes," says Przemyslaw Marszal, the game's art
Mysterious “interceptor” cell towers in the USA are grabbing phone calls — but they’re not part of the phone networks. And, two experts told VentureBeat today, the towers don’t appear to be projects of
We like to think that all our smarts are contained in our brain, but researchers at Umea University in Sweden have found that the neurons that extend into our fingertips perform the same sorts of calculations
The notorious, hilarious and every other -ious "Tiny Titan" glitch discovered in Madden NFL 15 appears to have been fixed. But you can still remember the good times with all the videos, Vines and pics
Expect no less than a monster price for this crazy machine Apple's new "trash can" Mac Pro is pretty wild, but Alienware might have just snatched back the title for craziest desktop PC with its new Area-51.
Travel Behold the power of Lake Superior from a string of quiet roads along the upper peninsula. Driving Michigan's lonely northern shoreline is almost like being on the water itself. "The lake is the
The road to catching all 719 Pokémon was paved with a childhood's worth of free time, a healthy commute and one very promiscuous ditto. I've played every generation of Pokémon and every version since came
We'll never have all the answers for what happened that night. Everybody has an opinion, whether they've watched the video once or 20 times or not at all. In the Social Media Court of Public Opinion, seems
It’s official: The Hellcat name is too good to slap on only the Dodge Challenger SRT. Indeed, the introduction of the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat brings the badge and its bodacious 707-hp supercharged V-8
Harvard roboticist Mike Rubenstein thought he was being clever when he came up with the name for the 1,024 little robots he built. He's into computers, so he thought of kilobytes and named them kilobots.
And parasitic species might be using it for espionage Scientists may have discovered a whole new plant language. According to a new study, published today in Science, a parasitic plant called the strangleweed
It could be the most exotic material on the planet. Seven particles of dust brought back to Earth by a spacecraft nearly a decade ago appear to have come from beyond our solar system. The specks have the
By T.C. Sottek and Matt Stroud The people of Ferguson, Missouri are still out on the streets. They're loud, and they're upset, but tonight they're not being intimidated by warrior cops. They're not being
"The idea is that I could collapse a whole orchard and put it into one tree," he told Business Insider. Each of the colors in the photo above represents a variety of flowering tree. Collectively, as one
It abruptly ended Michael Jordan's baseball career. It killed the Montreal Expos franchise. It stopped Tony Gwynn's march towards baseball immortality. It was the 1994 Major League Baseball strike. Twenty
We've come a long way since then — creating temples to our gods, houses for our operas, and museums for our art that rival nature's beauty. Here are 21 buildings you need to see before you kick the bucket.