A team of astronomers have discovered Milky Way-like galaxies in early universes that were embedded in super halos.
Self-sustaining bacteria fuel cells could replace oil, coal or even solar as the energy of the future.
The brains of those who are born blind make new connections in the absence of visual information.
An ultra-thin coating material may help extend the life and improve the efficiency of lithium-sulfur batteries.
Researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory have helped explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe.
Researchers believe that the nanomaterial could lead to the development of flexible sensors that mimic the self-healing properties of human skin.
Some of the common remedies for jellyfish stings might actually be making the sting worse, according to new research.
A new camera could allow patients to skip the dreaded eye dilation during routine eye exams.
Researchers finally understand what caused the breakup in the Orion Nebula.
This novel method can detect molecules using sensors based on ultra-thin nanomaterial.
Satellite observations of some of the world’s most remote volcanoes may allow researchers to better predict levels of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere.
Biochemists have seen the light in developing a new way to control biology at the cellular level.
Scientists have identified a black hole that is “choking” on a sudden influx of stellar debris, a discovery that could lead to a better understanding of black...
The researchers studied how a double-tailed cationic surfactant would combine with natural cellulose nanocrystals.
The cranium find marks an important contribution to knowledge of human evolution during the middle Pleistocene in Europe, and to the origin of the Neanderthals.
A new theory has emerged as to what caused the largest glaciation event in history that covered the Earth from pole-to-pole in ice 717 million years ago.
New biodegradable packaging is not only beneficial to the environment but also helps keep your strawberries, spinach and tomatoes fresh longer.
A team of scientists have found a way to use solar power to generate a sustainable and relatively cheap fuel.
Scientists have developed a facile route to a highly magnetic material that may improve the performance of current computer technologies.
NASA scientists are developing a new family of flexible heat-shield systems that can survive re-entry from low-Earth orbit.
A close look at Neanderthal dental records has shown that the ancient humans used a plant-based “aspirin” to treat pain and illness.
The structure of the retinas of fish and mammals are basically the same.
A new nanofiber could enable the next generation of stronger batteries used in electric cars.
Predictive tissue culture models require an understanding of how cells and tissues in our bodies function in a 3D context.
Researchers have identified the +2 oxidation state in a molecular system of plutonium.
Pop.Up is designed to relieve traffic congestion by utilizing a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes use of both ground and airspace.
A group of scientists have discovered what may be the solution to producing chemicals for biofuels in a sustainable manner.
The scientists targeted a broad class of bacteria called fecal indicator bacteria.
A team of physicists have designed a handheld device that many will think belongs in a science fiction movie.
The group has identified and is currently testing a common dietary supplement for its ability to protect astronauts from the damaging impacts of space travel.
A daily cup of coffee could be even more beneficial for your health than previously thought.
Existing treatment requires slow intravenous infusion at a hospital and costs up to $100,000.
The rocket is capable of putting a 50-ton payload into a low-Earth orbit.
Scientists have been attempting to develop low-cost and efficient materials called photoanodes that are capable of splitting water using visible light as an...
Unique process transforms your uneaten lunch into the tires for the car you drove to the restaurant.
Scientists may soon be able to quickly mitigate the environmental impact of oil spills.
The red planet may have contained a wetter environment than previously thought.
Nanoengineers have 3D printed a lifelike, functional blood vessel network that could pave the way toward artificial organs and regenerative therapies.
Nature’s most complicated structures can be deliberately assembled if researchers can control the shapes of the particles and the way they connect using DNA.