A non-invasive method for looking inside structures is solving mysteries about the ancient pyramid.
Wind farms seem less productive when scientists incorporate more realistic atmospheric models into their output predictions.
The holograms use 'aerohaptics', which creates feelings of touch with simple jets of air.
A 1.5-million-year-old hominin bone shows signs that the victim was eaten by lions — and humans.
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The Google-owned company developed a system that can reliably predict the 3D shapes of proteins.
Despite the fact that both species shared a similarly large neocortex, scientists still have many questions about how closely the function of their brains resembled our own.
Sometimes, going "deeper" doesn't reveal the answers you seek. By viewing more Universe with better precision, ESA's Euclid mission shines.
A team of scientists hopes deep-earth lithium could sustain America's vast demand for batteries. But extracting it won't be easy.
Evolution proves to be just about as ingenious as Nikola Tesla
The time to begin exploring VR training is now. Here are the pros, cons, and different ways this technology can be utilized.
Guided by ultrasound waves, swarms of microrobots could soon be used to deliver medicine to targeted sites in the body.
Imagine going on a tour through the human circulatory system as a tiny cell. That is just one example of education in the metaverse.
Using cellulose from trees and a synthetic polymer, MIT researchers have created a material that "is stronger and tougher than some types of bone, and harder than typical aluminum alloys."
For decades, cinemas have earned more from concessions than ticket sales. But can their current business model survive in the streaming age?
Historically, periods of mass flourishing are underpinned by technological revolutions. Currently, we are undergoing a technological revolution unlike anything the world has ever seen.
The “first-of-its-kind” archeological find is being reburied despite the fact that researchers haven’t finished studying it.
A new method is able to create realistic models of the human heart, which could vastly improve how surgeons train for complex procedures.
“This will be one of the most important datasets since the mapping of the Human Genome.”
Techshot's 3D BioFabrication Facility successfully printed human heart tissue aboard the International Space Station.
It’s not just fun: DNA origami has the potential to revolutionize engineering at the nanoscopic scale.
Why do flocks of birds swoop and swirl together in the sky? A biologist explains the science of murmurations
Murmurations have no leader and follow no plan.
The Virtual Metaverse will be for gaming and other short duration uses, while the Augmented Metaverse will revolutionize society.
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