A new method has been developed by a team of researchers from University of Exeter that makes bacteria produce diesel on demand. The study was conducted with support from Shell.
The third annual White House Science Fair kick-started today.
In honor of Earth Day 2013, Google rolled out a new doodle which pictures scenic shots of a mountain and a lake that's home to a school of fish.
A recent poll showed 18 percent of respondents believe that sexbots will be available for our toying pleasure by 2030.
Ants have a complicated social structure. Now, researchers have individually tagged every single worker ant within an entire colony and tracked them with a computer in order to learn more about how they network.
At the vast construction site of the world's largest experimental fusion reactor ITER in Southern France--which will be one of the largest and most complex machines ever built--another facility will now be built for the on site fabrication of huge components that are too large for transport since th...
Orbital Science Corporation's Antares Rocket is ready for takeoff after the strong Vancouver wind force it to wait delay its launch time by about an hour.
Full 3D immersion is applied to a growing number of scientific applications, and one of them is now visualizing special brain scans of patients. The 3D brain is a novel way to examine data from images taken during a patient's actual migraine attack, says DaSilva, who heads the Headache and Orofacial...
A new keyboard called KALQ that enables faster thumb-typing on touchscreen devices has been created by a research team at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics, the University of St Andrews, and Montana Tech.
GÉANT is supplying a 10 Gbps link to connect Helios supercomputer with scientists involved in ITER and DEMO
Researchers have developed a tactile sensor that allow machines to "feel" the items that they hold.