Even though the world's most powerful atom-smasher was completed just six years ago, its makers are already looking ahead to the next one.
Not long after publishing a paper in a prestigious journal about plants being able to 'talk' using sound, Monica Gagliano is back with her new findings showing that they can 'learn'.
The postwar, sequestration-era Army is working on becoming “a smaller, more lethal, deployable and agile force,”
A University of Colorado Boulder research center will launch two payloads aboard Orbital Sciences Corp.’s commercial Cygnus spacecraft
A new species of small sea anemones has been found that were burrowed into the ice, their tentacles protruding into frigid water like flowers from a ceiling.
Three-dimensional printers are transforming the business, medical, and consumer landscape by creating a vast variety of objects...
“Ladies and gentlemen, start your robots!”
Washington: Scientists have developed a new robotic 'muscle', thousand times more powerful than a human muscle
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.
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.
According to a recent study published by the National Science Foundation (NSF), state government agency expenditures for research and development (R&D) totaled $1.4 billion
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?
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