Mysterious radio signals from space may actually be a much better test for Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.
Engineers have demonstrated the first ever processor that uses light for ultrafast communications.
Researchers are taking a closer look at the bellies of snakes to figure out how diverse snakes species crawl and climb almost everywhere, including tree branches with variable bark texture.
What causes zebras or tigers to have a certain pattern of stripes?
Researchers have created a new origami battery, which can fold into a square size of a matchbook. The orgami battery is a cheap, bacteria-powered battery that is made from paper.
Everyone knows about the story of Santa's reindeer and their important job each Christmas. Every year, these animals leap into the air with Santa's sleigh, flying around the world to help him deliver presents. But what goes into actually pulling the sleigh? It's not all magic; it's also a little bit...
A team of researchers have captured the atomic-level images of individual nanoparticles during heating, which is paving the way for new developments in fuel-cell technologies and devices.
Researchers have created a model of Jupiter's interior, (which is composed of abundant hydrogen). The new research is paving the way for room temperature superconductivity and new developments with hot dense fluid hydrogen.
Imagine if this article could be printed on a single hair. That's exactly what scientists have managed with a new, revolutionary laser printing technology.
A team of researchers at Tohoku University have developed a new all-solid-state lithium ion battery that has high thermal durability.
The world's most sensitive detector may have found a bit more about dark matter. The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment has dramatically improved its detector's sensitivity.