From the minds of an MIT lab team, a new device that allows for complex 3-D printed objects using 10 different source materials, which itself was created from off-the-shelf parts, pushes the 3-D printing technology further along.
From the edges of space through the galaxies, neutrinos travel in speeds unheard of. With the help of an observatory in Antarctica, however, the proof of these ghostly particles have been shown to exist.
Your phone could last almost a week with a new technology from a British company, allowing your phone to be recharged once a week through an internal hydrogen-fuel cell.
An Apple a day keeps users happy and loyal but, with a new program from Samsung, would users be willing to rent a Samsung device for 30 days for a dollar?
With changes on the horizon for Firefox, the company, Mozilla, hopes to not only speed up the review process for extensions based on the API centric system in place in browsers such as Chrome and Opera but also include compatibility with their extensions and allow cross-platform extensions.
With a new device implanted into mice, scientists studying optogenetic nerve stimulation hope to have more breakthroughs in their research.
During its mission, Cassini, a spacecraft sent by NASA, was able to make a 5th flyby of one of Saturn’s many moons and give some insight through high resolution images and region mapping.
Grime that is found on urban structures contribute to the toxic chemicals in the sky by simply existing and ‘exhaling’ amounts of a poisonous chemical.
Giant robot battles used to be a thing of myth and fantasy, lived out only in anime, books, or video games. Now, an American company hopes to rise to the challenge issued to Japan over the summer in a fist-to-fist machine battle.
Dinosaur tracks, found in Berlin, Germany, give researchers new information on the social habits of dinosaurs from 143 million years ago.