MOIRE program creates first-ever images using lightweight membrane optics, which could help redefine how we build, launch and use orbital telescopes
Mainland scientists are increasingly confident of developing the world's first invisibility cloak, using technology to hide objects from view and make them "disappear".
LSU’s Mark Wilde has shown that it would theoretically be possible for time travelers to copy quantum data from the past.
Black holes can be petite, with masses only about 10 times that of our sun -- or monstrous, boasting the equivalent in mass up to 10 billion suns.
A computer program is trying to learn common sense by analysing images 24 hours a day.
The robot teaches learning skills to autistic children and gauges their response in real time
This car has no engine, no transmission and no differential.
NASA finds the common fruit fly—Drosophila melanogaster—quite an attractive “model,” but not in the way you might think.
Check out my newest lecture, "A Common Sense Reality Check on the UFO Phenomenon” that I will be giving to the MUFON, Orange County chapter, on November 20th, 2013.
A team of NASA and international scientists for the first time have gathered a detailed understanding of the effects on Earth from a small asteroid impact.
A bee and a jumbo jet: common sense would tell you that the tiny insect couldn't possibly cause any troubles for the massive airplane, right?
Dendrites, the branch-like projections of neurons, were once thought to be passive wiring in the brain.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) today announced new investments totaling approximately $38 million for the development and use of robots
The journey of light from the very early universe to modern telescopes is long and winding.
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