Spiderman has some competition. Scientists have created gloves that allow the user to scale glass walls like a gecko.
Texting might seem harmless, but did you know it may be adding extensive pressure to your neck over time? In fact, recent findings published in the journal Surgical Technology International show that it could be adding as much as 60 pounds to your head, neck and shoulder-area.
Scientists have discovered a completely new form of crystalline order that exhibits two different properties: crystal and polycrystalline. The new material could potentially improve the efficiency of thermoelectric devices.
Scientists have gotten an all new view of carbon dioxide. An ultra-high-resolution NASA computer models reveals how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.
Imagine being able to print electronic circuits. It may not be as farfetched as you might think. Using a common t-shirt printer, scientists have successfully managed to print complex electronic circuits.
There may be a new way to create magic tricks--by using artificial intelligence. Scientists have taught a computer to create magic tricks.
A new mission may just discover hundreds of new black holes throughout the universe.
A new screening system may be successful in predicting soldier's suicide risk.
When it comes to learning more about biological organisms, 3D deep-imaging may be the future. A team of neuroscientists has devised a fast, inexpensive imaging method for probing the molecular intricacies of large biological samples in three dimensions.
Scientists have shown how chains of self-assembling particles could potentially serve as electrically activated muscles in machines that are smaller than a grain of sand.
Scientists have uncovered thousands of never-before-seen genetic variants in the human genome using a new genome sequencing technology.
Previous studies have shown that playing video games can help improve certain learning capabilities. Now, recent findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) reiterate what prior studies have shown: video games could help learning even outside the concept of the s...