Using color coded smart tags, consumers can easily determine if the food product is fresh without opening it, a new study reveals.
The swings in market prices and exchange rates have the same foundations as molecule movements in physics. This has been demonstrated by a team of scientists from Switzerland and Japan.
Team creates LEDs, photovoltaic cells, and light detectors using novel one-molecule-thick material.
Using an emerging class of magnetic material called multiferroics, a team of U.S. researchers have made improvements in computer processing.
An international research team have created a new catalyst that can be effectively used to produce low-cost, clean methanol from hydrogen and carbon dioxide.
Our unfolding understanding of the universe is marked by epic searches and we are now on the brink of discovering something that has escaped detection for many years.
Researchers propose using distant quasars to test Bell's theorem.
Although magma stored beneath the volcanic surface can remain solid for thousands of years, it can also take only a few months to heat up and cause an eruption. Now, scientists have examined Mount Hood to get a closer look at this phenomenon.
Inspired by the structure of a pomegranate, a team of international experts has created a new battery electrode that solves the existing drawbacks of lithium-ion batteries.
For the first time in scientific history scientists have harnessed the power of nuclear fusion in a reaction that occurred in under a second. Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California recorded the successful reaction.
UNESCO has declared 2014 as the International Year of Crystallography. But why? Quite simply because the science of crystallography has revolutionised how we live – and yet few people know about it.