One of the biggest challenges in developing computers that can think and see in the same way as humans is to understand how human brain categorizes information through signs and language. The researchers from the Tokyo Institute of Technology train a computer using fMRI datasets to train a computer...
According to a study led by Duke University, high pressure systems over oceans are likely to intensify this century. These high pressure systems determine the tracks of tropical cyclones and hydrological extremes in northern hemisphere.
The Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR) based on a technique called interferometry to detect and measure very subtle deformations in Earth's surface has been installed in a pod under the plane's fuselage.
Similar to the solid rocket boosters that helped power the space shuttle to orbit, the largest and powerful solid rocket booster built for flight is being assembled for NASA's Space Launch System at ATK Space Systems in Brigham City, Utah.
Very soon a miniature medical diagnostic device will be created based on acoustic waves technique to sort cells on a chip. This device uses two beams of acoustic or sound waves.
Scientists have revealed a new ability of bacterium that can withstand incredible amount of toxicity and that is the key to creating 24 karat gold.
Noted for being the brightest object in the sky besides the sun and moon, Venus is the only planet that is referred to Earth's Twin due to their similar size, mass, density, composition and gravity.
In an attempt to understand the 'Artificial Intelligence (AI)' and how the animals think, the scientists from the Universities of Sheffield and Sussex are working towards creating the first accurate computer models of a honey bee brain.
A technology that was actually designed for the use of astronauts in the hazardous environment of space can now be used as a lifesaver in dangerous occupation such as coal mining.
Good News!!! NASA provides you with a golden opportunity to be a part of the International Space Station research. The academia, industry and government agencies can now develop and carry out research and technology demonstrations on the space station using the newly installed Space Communications a...
Six hours of observational video and 5000 individual images of the transit of Venus June 6, 2012, taken by optical and solar telescopes from two different locations on Earth and they clearly show the parallax effects that have made Venus transits so important historically.
There is new way to look at tissues under the skin. An international team of researchers from the University at Buffalo and other institutions in the U.S., China, South Korea and Sweden have designed a unique photoluminescent nanoparticle for deep tissue imaging.