Science News Inspired by the nanostructures on moth eyes, engineers and materials scientists have been developing anti-reflection films with a wide variety of applications. (Inside Science) — Moths' eyes
On April 26, NASA flew its Cassini spacecraft closer to Saturn than ever before. In fact, it's the closest any spacecraft has ever come to Saturn — just 1,900 miles from the beautiful planet's cloud tops.
The blue water of Buzzards Bay glittered as boats bobbed on the gently undulating surface and gulls swooped among their sails. The seaside air at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution was thick with
They look like designs from the pages of a futurist’s notepad, but the concepts below are some of the finalists in the biennial public art contest held by the Land Art Generator Initiative (Lagi). These
Disney’s Tower of Terror ride just is perhaps the scariest of all Disney attractions, it being a straight drop and all. That being said, Disney’s Tower of Terror is still one of their most popular attractions
What do war journalism and surfing have in common? On the face of it, not much: surfing is a frivolous pastime and war reporting a humanitarian endeavour to shine a light on violent conflict in ways that
Global warming could do at least as much to protect the world’s coral reefs as it will to damage them, new research from Australia suggests. Climate change has long been believed to be disastrous for fragile
Notorious NSA contractor-turned-privacy advocate Edward Snowden today took to Twitter to discuss the details of yesterday’s ‘Equation Group’ hack. The Equation Group — allegedly an offshoot of the NSA
A story of a corpse, a Japanese legend, and misidentified displays Since the 1940s, Japanese whalers have spoken of a rare whale variety, a smaller and darker version of the Baird’s beaked whale. They
Australian actor reveals the ‘Aussie pride’ she felt in the aftermath, when Rich Cohen’s article was denigrated as sexist and patronising Australian actor Margot Robbie has described a controversial Vanity
It sounds like a pretty 'fowl' suggestion but the odour of chickens could be the key to preventing malaria or even Zika, scientists believe. Experiments by Swedish and Ethiopian scientists found that steer
A former New Jersey airport official has pleaded guilty to using his position to get a weekly direct flight to his holiday home. David Samson, a mentor to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, could be to
A terrorist attack involving a large truck — similar to the assault that killed at least 77 in Nice, France, Thursday — has been a scenario law enforcement officials in California and beyond have long
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg defended his decision to show a video of Philando Castile— a black man who was shot by the police at a routine traffic stop in Minnesota — on the Facebook Live video platform.