Not all important scientific research is cool looking, or has a cool name. But now and then you get something with both. These self-assembling carbon nanotubes are created with a process called Teslaphoresis.
On Thursday, Science Magazine announced the gene-editing technique won its Breakthrough of the Year Award, beating out other events such as the discovery of Homo Naledi, a previously unknown ancestor humans
Could revolutionize energy storage Even after night falls, a slab of concrete or asphalt might still feel warm to the touch. The surface has stored up heat after a long day of sitting out in the sun, is
Huge Icelandic study provides insight into the genome of a nation By sequencing the genomes of 2,636 Icelanders — the largest set ever obtained from a single population — researchers were able to identify
Apologies to REM for borrowing the band’s song title, but I’ve never been more convinced that the car is undergoing a dramatic transformation courtesy of technology. The International Consumer Electronics
Elevators: not just for elevating anymore For more than a century, elevators have gone pretty much just up and down. Ever since the first elevator was introduced in 1854, a cable-based design has pulled
Applied DNA Sciences & SmokeCloak A/S SmokeCloak DNA For years, “security smoke” has saved valuables but failed to catch bad guys. A new indelible (and harmless) tag on skin and clothes could help. Read
No need to chug the stuff! People are literally obsessed with apple cider vinegar. Just open up Instagram—I challenge you to find someone who isn't drinking it for better digestion or more impressive results.
Scientists submerge pig cadavers to find out Forensic scientists often have to reconstruct the events leading up to and following a person's death, in case of foul play. The state of the body can reveal
VIENNA – Looks like tomorrow’s skies are going to be pretty crowded. Today, Juraj Vaculik and Stefan Klein, of Slovakian company AeroMobil unveiled at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna what they call “the
Read this if you've taken a fitness hiatus. Even when you have the best of intentions, life sometimes gets in the way of a fitness routine. And whatever the reason behind it, the absence of workouts will
Drinking three glasses of milk doubles the risk of early death and does not prevent broken bones, new research has shown Milk has long been recommended by doctors and nutritionists for boosting calcium
Scientists found that fluctuating the electrical signal to the rodents' paralyzed legs can make them step higher and walk for longer. Like a severed telephone line (from back in the days when phones had
Depending on where you get your statistics, there are between 10 and 15 million amputees in the world. People who lose a limb go through a lot of pain obviously and the challenge to get a prosthetic limb