Why send a message back in time, but then lock it so that no one can ever read the contents? This may be the key to solving currently intractable problems.
Scientists have received some new insights when it comes to the creation of heavy elements.
A team of scientists have created a new stretchable and wearable sensor using chewing gum.
Matter makes up only about 5 percent of the universe, and about half of this matter eludes detection. So where is it?
A team of scientists have created a super capacitor thread that can be made into clothes. So very soon you can power your electronic devices using your own garments.
A team of Serbian researchers have created a graphene microphone that performs better than a commercial microphone.
Scientists are taking a closer look at the physics that take place in a chocolate fountain. The new findings may answer the question of why the falling "curtain" of chocolate pulls inward rather than falling straight downward.
Astronauts are actually getting a chance to drink out of a specially designed cup in space.
Researchers have created a 'golden' smart sensor that can detect single molecules in chemical and biological compounds.
In a recent study. researchers at the University of Glasgow in the UK have created a new technique that produces graphene at a hundred times cheaper than conventional methods.
Scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created new microscopy technique that captures a view of evolving fuel cell catalysts.