The smart growth approach focuses on the progress of compact, walkable cities with houses and jobs located close together. By cutting short the commute distance, the urban design aims to aims to cut transportation-related energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.
The data revealed by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter data clearly indicates the presence of carbon dioxide snowfalls on Mars. This is the only example of carbon dioxide snow falling anywhere in the solar system.
According to a new survey carried out by an international team led by Oxford University and a scientist from the University of Bristol, the molten rock beneath Santorini's volcano has expanded by 10-20 million cubic meters between January 2011 and April 2012.
A new research from Carnegie's Ken Calderia looks at the amount of power that could be produced from winds. According the study there is more than enough energy that is available in the wind to meet the world's growing demand. The atmospheric turbines have the capacity of producing greater power tha...
DARPA'S Cheetah robot not only is as tough as Usain Bolt but also has Speed. It has now broken its own land speed record of 18 miles per hour (mph).
The researchers from the University of North Carolina State University have figured a way to control the eerie looking cockroaches. The team from the IBionicS laboratory installed a control unit on the insect in order to take control of its body.
By using droplets as bits of digital information, the Aalto University researchers have developed a new concept of computing.
The new image produced by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope points at a pair of galaxies that are different from each other, yet traveling together in the interstellar cosmos. This unique galaxy pair is named as Arp 116.
After travelling for nearly 109 meters on the red planet, NASAs Mars Rover is taking a halt in order to prepare using its tools on its arm.
The astronauts aboard the International Space Station are trying to complete its unsuccessful task again during a spacewalk on Wednesday. This task will be taken over the Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams and the Japanese spaceflier Akihiko Hoshide. These two will proceed out of the space st...
NASA has postponed its Jupiter-bound spacecraft Juno's second round of critical engine firings by ten days in order to analyze pressure readings after a change in orbit took place during the first burn session.
NASA's WISE examined the whole sky twice in infrared light and completed its survey in 2011. The images provided by the telescope revealed that millions of dusty black hole exists across the universe and about 1000 dustier objects are claimed to be one of the brightest galaxies ever known and is nic...