Remember how 100-meter sprinting sensation Usain Bolt made history by shaving 0.14 second off his 9.72-second Olympic world record when he posted that earth-shattering 9.58-second time in Berlin back 2009?
• On March 30, SpaceX will try to re-launch and re-land a used Falcon 9 rocket booster for the first time.• A telecommunications company called SES plans to use the rocket to launch a satellite.• A expert
Tesla and SpaceX founder launching Neuralink to explore technology of implanting tiny electrodes into the brain Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is launching a new company called Neuralink with the of
Meet 'Professor X,' the AI genius who left his lab at Princeton to beat Uber, Google, and Intel at their own game
By the fall of that same year, Xiao, known as something of a risk-taker, had moved himself and his family from New Jersey to Silicon Valley, and raised some modest seed funding for his new startup focused
An international team of astronomers has found 60 new planets orbiting stars close to Earth’s solar system, including a rocky “super Earth.” The experts also found evidence of an additional 54 planets,
Chemists hate being beaten by physicists at their own game. At IBM Research, physicist Leo Gross and his team have done just that. Gross’s team made a triangular molecule that chemists have found impossible
The US news media are suffering from low levels of public trust and ongoing attacks from the reigning Republican party and White House. US president Donald Trump has called journalists “among the most
26-year-old rapper and artist Kohh endured a brutal upbringing – a father who committed suicide, a mother addicted to meth, his home in an area blighted by violence and drugs – yet it’s a childhood that,
Activision has announced its best-selling first-person shooter will return to its roots with its 2017 instalment This should not come as an enormous surprise to fans of first-person shooters, but Activision
Is a return to World War II really happening? This year’s entry in the Call of Duty series sounds like it will take a different approach than last year’s entry, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and alter
For the fourth time since the start of 2017, a small celestial body will pass closer to Earth than the distance between us and the moon. Recently discovered asteroid 2017 BS32 zips by around midday Thursday.
Some physicists, mind you, not many of them, are physicist-poets. They see the world or, more adequately, physical reality, as a lyrical narrative written in some hidden code that the human mind can decipher.