There are volcanoes and then there are supervolcanoes. Now, scientists have uncovered evidence of some of the largest and most explosive eruptions in Utah, revealing a
Significant changes in high-performance computing software and hardware have been on the horizon for nearly a decade.
MIT neuroscientists find even high-performing schools don’t influence their students’ abstract reasoning.
A new, low-cost cubesat mission will demonstrate technology needed to measure the absolute imbalance in the Earth's radiation budget for the first
Though many remain skeptical about whether organic products actually are healthier for you, a recent study shows that organic milk may be the best
By exploiting flaws in miniscule diamond fragments, researchers say they have achieved enough coherence of the magnetic moment inherent in these
Researchers at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology have developed open-source software capable of significantly speeding up complex computations.
Brain injury can cause a host of impacts after the initial accident. Behavior can be influenced and affect an individual for years to come. Now,
Antibiotics which break down before bacteria can evolve resistance to them; perfumes which release the heady scent of freshly cut flowers as your body
Short-term projection is easy because the products are in the late stage of development now. In fact the same is true out to about five years, because
NASA's new Landsat 8 satellite has spotted the coldest place on Earth that is present in the East Antarctica Plateau, but not located on the highest
Since the beginning of the financial crises that erupted in 2008, numerous governments have injected public funds into the banking system in order to
A method for accurately determining the toxicity of nanomaterials has been developed by researchers at the Swiss EPFL. By using optical techniques,
Ever since cameras were invented, people love to capture all good, bad and ugly moments. Ironically this obsession of capturing pictures using