You might have over a thousand friends on Facebook, but how many of these people would you actually hang out with?
Imagine if you could create any object out of a flat sheet of paper. Now, scientists may have made that possible by characterizing the fundamental origami fold.
Researchers with the High Performance Networks (HPN) group at the University of Bristol have developed new high performance network infrastructure, which uses light to transport internet traffic and it is open and programmable.
New findings published in the journal Preventive Medicine show how use of social media can interfere with our sleep.
Researchers have created a flexible and transparent pressure sensor that can accurately measure pressure distribution.
Acoustic tweezers may be the next big thing for creating new structures. Scientists have created "tweezers" that can move single cells in three dimensions using surface acoustic waves without touching, deforming or labeling the cells are possible.
Why have a regular bonsai tree when you can have one that floats?
New method uses microalgae to produce biofuel that is inexpensive and environmentally safe.
Researchers have created an all-climate battery that self-heats at cold temperatures.
Researchers have developed a new graphene oxide "paper" that changes under a small amount of strain.
With is rounded body and fun personality, the BB-8 droid rolls around while helping Rey and Finn. But how well would this droid actually work in real life? And how would it stack up against other robots?