Have you ever taken a walk through the rain on a warm spring day and seen that perfect puddle? You know, the one where the raindrops seem to touch down at just the right pace, causing a dance of vanishing circles?
It turns out that snow ejected from geysers on Saturn’s moon, Enceladus, not only lands on its surface but can also travel to different moons.
Researchers from Purdue University may have found a new method to improve batteries
Scientists show the first hardware for a 'probabilistic computer' to fill the gap between conventional computers and future quantum computers
Astronomers have been baffled by dying galaxies in extreme regions of the universe. A Canadian-led research team is looking to shine light on what exactly is killing those galaxies. Toby Brown will provides a detailed account of the subject at hand
Scientists discovered the cause of an ancient ice age that might help us in our fight against climate change