A new material may just have the potential to trap harmful gases that are used in industries that range from lighting to medicine. Scientists have created CC3, a new material which could be helpful in removing unwanted or hazardous radioactive elements.
Scientists have uncovered the secret to twisting light at will. They've created a new metamaterial that shows extraordinary properties that's not typical of regular materials.
Flocks of starlings can make for an amazing sight as they move in complicated patterns, swirling in a bubble-like formation through the skies. Now, scientists have found out how these birds manage these shifting patterns.
As 2013 ended, Facebook boasted over 1.2 billion monthly active users worldwide. Most likely an active user of the most popular social networking website, yourself, our parents can probably remember when Ray Tomlinson of the research firm Bolt, sent out the first email; the man who's also credited w...
Ohio father Nathan Steffel was greatly devastated by the passing of his infant daughter last week. She died after numerous complications from hepatic hemangioma, what's known as the most common type of a liver tumor that's not caused by cancer itself.
Scientists may have made a major leap forward when it comes to robotics. They've created a new material that has the potential to robots similar to the ones featured in the movie, "Terminator 2," which could morph from a hard to a soft state.
Head on down to the Florida Keys' for a look into the "turtle cam," which gives viewers the opportunity to observe loggerhead turtles in their natural habitat.
Modern day technology oftentimes provides a convenient and easier way to get through the monotony of life. Yet some devices may also pose certain dangers.
Can you imagine watching a movie on a flexible screen that you could roll away once you're done with it? LG Display, the world's leading innovator of display technologies, may have managed to create a new screen that's capable of doing just that.
"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," as they say. Yet a recent study published in the journal PLOS One shows that for regular Internet users, stereotypical beauty is the most attractive. In other words, we're talking about thin women and masculine male counterparts.
Some 3D technology could help California condors and other endangered species