Hyperloop One announces completion of first successful full-system hyperloop test.
New research suggests that Tyrannosaurus Rex could only walk, not run, a big change in its ferocious image.
A programmer was able to automate his remote job; collecting a full-time paycheck while working for two hours a week. The employer, none the wiser, is satisfied with the completed work. But is it ethical?
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We're at risk of mistaking the music for the piano in using a “jump to the gene” approach to biology. It's time for a more fitting view of genes to evolve.
A new report highlights the increasing violence faced by environmental activists around the world.
LHC researchers discover a double-heavy set of quarks that may reveal new insights into the strong force.
NASA is close to testing its next-generation nuclear fission reactors that would power a Mars colony and propel space exploration.
Can we ensure robots are greeted into society without people getting that sinking feeling?
Scientists at GW School of Engineering and Applied Science develop a prototype solar panel that captures nearly double the amount of energy from light.
He created Windows and made billions of dollars. But that wouldn't have happened if it weren't for a few small things in his early life.
The REV can collect and melt 5 tons of plastic a day.
Scientists have developed a new Vitamin-A enriched banana that could help solve world hunger problems.
Illinois passed a bill that could abolish AT&T's obligation to provide the state's citizens with landline telephone services.
Weighted blankets have been proven to help you get a better night's sleep by mimicking swaddling and increasing serotonin levels.
Spontaneous talk on surprise topics. Authors Neal Stephenson & Nicole Galland on blurring the lines between science and magic.
Perhaps moving the entire planet into a different orbit could help us avoid the boiling of the oceans. It's unorthodox, but not entirely off-the-wall, says astrophysicist Ethan Siegel.
Psychopathy and sadism play a prominent role among those who choose to take it up.
Chinese scientists accomplish the feat of teleporting a photon to a satellite hundreds of miles above Earth.
Researchers develop a working, battery-free cellphone.