Here’s how AI is changing science, and what intelligent machines hold for the future of scientific inquiry.
A fragment of a planet that has survived the death of its star has been discovered by University of Warwick astronomers in a disc of debris formed from destroyed planets, which the star ultimately consumes.
University of Central Florida researchers have developed a way to control the speed of light. Not only can they speed up a pulse of light and slow it down, they can also make it travel backward.
Anti-thrombotic drugs could be one step closer, according to the researchers
So-called spin lasers may potentially accelerate data transfer in optical fiber cables to a considerable extent, while reducing energy consumption at the same time
Researchers at EPFL have come up with a new middle infrared light source that can detect greenhouse and other gases, as well as molecules in a person's breath.
In order to address this problem, researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München and the University of Massachusetts use pseudodynamics, a mathematical model that estimates developmental processes
Partitioning space into cells with optimum geometrical properties is a central challenge in many fields of science and technology.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine revealed that a child’s cognitive development at two years old could already be predicted at birth with 95 percent accuracy.
The convenience of on-demand transport has become a creature comfort of our modern lives, but can easy availability of this transport system change the way we think about medical care systems?
The 21st century has gotten off to a roaring start, with exciting new digital technologies emerging every day to further connect us with one another.