These high-mass, rapidly star-forming galaxies have called modern cosmology into question. But hi-res simulations show no tension at all.
With so many early galaxies of unexpectedly large brightnesses, JWST surprised us all. Here's how scientists made sense of what we see.
Your life’s memories could, in principle, be stored in the universe’s structure.
The simulation gave researchers some of the first concrete data linking climate change to human evolution and speciation.
"The surface is no longer a record of every impact the moon has ever had, because at some point, impacts were erasing previous impacts."
Uploading your mind is not a pathway to immortality. Instead, it will create a possibly hostile digital doppelgänger.
The time to begin exploring VR training is now. Here are the pros, cons, and different ways this technology can be utilized.
Immersive learning creates an interactive environment in which learners have the power to customize their experience.
There are at least 15 different types of solid water (ice). Now, scientists believe that there might be a second type of liquid water.
Brands like BMW, Walmart, and IBM are seeing big wins from the use of gamification in corporate training. Here's how.
Scorpions would probably survive.
Symmetrical objects are less complex than non-symmetrical ones. Perhaps evolution acts as an algorithm with a bias toward simplicity.
Chemical changes inside Mars' core caused it to lose its magnetic field. This, in turn, caused it to lose its oceans. But how?
Instead of giving the 239 suffering families and the public a true story, Netflix exploited a horrifying tragedy to push conspiracy theories.
Nuclear fusion has long been seen as the future of energy. As the NIF now passes the breakeven point, how close are we to our ultimate goal?
Really simple interventions can greatly reduce indoor temperatures during the summer, particularly in places like the Pacific Northwest.
Our model of the Universe, dominated by dark matter and dark energy, explains almost everything we see. Almost. Here's what remains.
Small spiders use their silk threads to passively fly, a process called ballooning. Learning how could help atmospheric scientists.