Researchers have created a new forge-proof security system that uses quantum technology. The new development is revolutionizing security and it paves the way to the next generation of security that does not require passwords and is impossible to clone.
In a recent study, researchers unearthed new findings on the explosive nature of magnetic reconnection, which is changing how scientists examine this astrophysical process and is shedding new light on the mechanical properties behind solar flares and geomagnetic storms.
In a recent study, researchers were able to move small objects made from graphene 'paper' by using heat and light.
Researchers have created a new nanostructuring technology, which can control both heat and electricity simultaneously. This new study paves the way to potentially convert wasted heat to into electricity energy, according to researchers from Osaka University in Japan.
After Europe experienced a solar eclipse in March of this year, researchers in Germany are trying to determine whether or not the eclipse impacted photovoltaic systems, ultimately disrupting the electrical supply across the country.
A new experiment has actually recorded some quantum weirdness. Scientists have reported the most extreme "entanglement" yet between pairs of photons.
Super water-repellent materials are huge when it comes to the aviation industry and other technical applications
Researchers have created a new hybrid device which has the features of an optical microscope and and mass spectrometry. The device provides world-class microscopy along with detailed chemical analyses.
Researchers have added a new mathematical technique when in building semiconductors. This new mathematical technique is enabling semiconductors be more efficient, and simple. This technique can be used in almost all electronics, according to the researchers from Northwestern University's McCormick S...
Scientists have learned a little more about antimatter and, in consequence, the universe. Researchers have found that the attractive force between antiprotons is similar to that between protons.
Through 3-D printing, scientists have developed uniform ‘blocks' of embryonic stem cells that are potentially capable of building micro-organs, according to recent findings.