Robots may tell scientists a bit more about the Antarctic. Underwater drones have now mapped the underside of Antarctica's sea ice, revealing algae and other organisms that live within this icy ecosystem.
There may be a new method to enhance fuel cell efficiency. Scientists have created a new technique that not only ups efficiency, but also removes toxic, heavy metal ions.
Scientists have uncovered the gene regulatory networks of plants that control cell wall thickening by the synthesis of the three polymers, cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. The findings could mean a more efficient way to convert plant biomass to biofuel.
It turns out that analyzing what people tweet on Twitter may just help with urban planning. Scientists have suggested that using geolocalized tweets could potentially be used for urban planning and land use by identifying the nightlife areas of certain location
A team of astronomers have created a realistic simulation of the universe in which realistic galaxies are created.
NASA scientists are working on adhesive gripping tools inspired by geckos that could potentially grapple objects such as orbital debris or defunct satellites that would otherwise be hard to handle.
Scientists have created metamaterial coatings that could be extremely useful in the future.
Researchers have observed and measured synaptic transmission in a live animal for the very first time.
Scientists have developed the first 3D metamaterials by combining physic-chemical formulation and microfluidics technology.
Do you have a smartphone? Then you may be changing the way that your brain and your thumbs interact.
Long live the nerds! Kids are smart and growing up in an age of technology where being smart is cool and curiosity doesn’t just extend to viral videos. Feed your child’s brain with these 10 awesome science-related toys.