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In an extensive study, an international team of scientists found a surprising source for most of Earth’s surface water, namely the Sun.
It turns out that cats track their owner's location in their head, even when they are out of sight
If extraterrestrial civilizations exist it may very well be that most of them are artificial. In this article Cosmologist Martin Rees explains why.
In an effort to outline the hazards of intensifying space exploration scientists wrote a paper about a particular risk that hasn't yet been talked about a lot, namely invasion.
Scientists discovered that gold particles can be very useful in the fight against the growing threat of antibiotic resistance
The next generation of lithium batteries is being developed using lessons learned from mechanisms found in nature
Scientists at Northwestern University developed a camera capable of seeing around corners and through human tissue.
New research published in the peer-reviewed European Heart Journal has now connected bedtime with heart health
Fuel produced locally on Mars will enable future astronauts to return to Earth if they want
Research shows that the combination of exposure to high-PM air pollution and genetic susceptibility can substantially increase the risk of encountering depression for healthy people.
Being a far more eco-friendly alternative to the internal combustion engine doesn't mean that there isn't still room for improvement for EVs. Swedish scientists developed a clever way to improve battery recycling.
New research shows further evidence for the impressive workings of deep brain stimulation on patients suffering from treatment-resistant depression.
Scientists think that coral restoration can both be simplified and done faster using modern 3D printing technology.
Scientists developed a tiny in-ear device that can simulate functional hair cells and doesn’t require an external power source
Scientists made some interesting discoveries from the sharpest ever imaging of a living bacterium
About 3000 years ago, something remarkable happened, our brains suddenly decreased in size. Researchers are attempting to explain why this happened.
Astronomers may have discovered the first-ever exoplanet outside our milky way galaxy.
In a quest to replace conventional petroleum-based aircraft fuel, scientists took a closer look at a sustainable aviation fuel based on oil derived from a non-edible mustard plant.
In the most extensive study to date on the impact of different grain types on body weight, researchers determined that consuming rye over refined wheat comes with several health and weight-loss advantages
Swedish scientists achieved a major breakthrough with a drug free technique to relieve intense pain with no discernable side effects
Research demonstrates that the clouds of Venus can sustain photosynthesis, indicating that the Venusian atmosphere could support life.
Researchers have developed a system that can convert thoughts in the brain into speech. A hopeful development for people suffering from severe speech impairments
DNA is over a million times more effective in saving information than our best current methods of data storage. Sadly, slow read and write speeds make it unsuitable for real-world applications. That is why scientists are shooting for a breakthrough proposing a faster technique for encoding data to synthesized strands of DNA
Scientists took a look at the globe skimmer dragonfly and its hypothesized ability to cross the Indian Ocean.
Research shows that some people can't help but be disgusted by so-called Brassica vegetables due to microorganisms found in their mouths in combination with the defense mechanism of these plants.
An international team of scientists has set its sights on Russia and took a closer look at the country's opportunities for utilizing renewable resources.
Extraordinary circumstances created by the global pandemic have forced students and teachers around the world to engage in a new way. A group of CMU scientists set out to explore if any lessons can be learned from this unique situation.
Many new diseases that affect humans find their origin in viruses derived from the world of animals. Identifying which viruses form a high-risk has proven to be very difficult. Scientists think machine learning could be the solution to this problem.
Researchers have developed a groundbreaking vaccine patch that can be manufactured with a 3D printer and offers better protection than a conventional jab