Harvard scientists say they have moved one step closer to science that could allow humans the ability to regrow lost limbs.
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute are closing in on a universal snake antivenom that could prevent over 100,000 deaths a year.
An international team of researchers have invented to world's first water batteries that could soon replace lithium-ion batteries.
Scientists Can See Around Obstacles With This Reality Hack that Turns Ordinary Surfaces Into Mirrors
A pair of scientists say they have developed a potentially revolutionary technique that lets them see around obstacles.
A nearly 5,000-year-old ancient megalithic site discovered in the Peruvian Andes is older than the Pyramids of Egypt.
DARPA's newly announced REMA program hopes to turn ordinary commercial and military drones into autonomous killing machines.
New Photonic Computer Chip Performs Calculations at ‘Light Speed’ Using Light Waves Instead of Electricity
Insane new photonic computer chip can perform calculations at light speed by replacing electricity with light waves.
Scientists have discovered that engaging in this particular human sense can trigger positive memories to help battle feelings of depression.
A team of materials scientists say they have designed a novel optical NME metamaterial that could be used to build true one-way glass.
As ice sheets and glaciers melt away, huge portions of Greenland are becoming covered in wetlands and vegetation.
Researchers have discovered a submerged, 10,000-year-old massive stone wall that is one of the oldest man-made megastructures ever found.
Breaking: Satellite Failure Scuttles First-of-Its-Kind In-Space Test of Physics-Defying Quantum Drive
The cancellation of the first in-space test of a controversial quantum drive has been announced due to an electrical failure on its host satellite.
For the first time in human history, we finally have a scientific explanation for why blueberries are blue.
Harvard researchers have announced the successful test of a seemingly magical 'suspended animation' drug that could aid trauma survival and organ transplantation.
Saturn’s ‘Death Star’ Moon Mimas is Hiding a Secret Beneath its Icy Shell. Astronomers Now Say It’s ‘a Prime Candidate for Study’
An international research team has announced the discovery of an ocean hidden beneath the surface of Saturn's "Death Star" moon, Mimas.
Researcher from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia say they are using advanced technology to successfully create a Star Trek-style universal chicken translator.
Morpheus Space has unveiled their new GO-2 field emission electric propulsion thruster that uses liquid metal as a propellant.
NASA Announces Discovery of a Cosmically Close “Super Earth” Orbiting Within its Star’s Habitable Zone
NASA researchers say they have spotted a Super Earth that is only 137 light years away and orbits within its star's habitable zone.
Virginia Tech researchers say they have successfully reduced pain and its stress-induced effects by targeting focused ultrasound deep into the human brain.
NASA’s Curiosity Rover Closer to Solving Mystery of Methane Biosignature on Mars, Aiding Search for Life
Researchers are closing in the source of methane gas in the Martian atmosphere, upping the chances of finding signs of life on the red planet.
Ground penetrating radar data captured by China's Zhurong Mars rover has revealed the presence of a series of 16 mysterious polygons hidden beneath the planet's surface.
Swiss inventors have created a seemingly magical, patented sensor powered exclusively by sound that could have numerous medical and industrial applications.
Southwest Research Institute’s Supercritical CO2 Power Generation Demo Plant Announces Successful Test-Firing
The Southwest Research Institute has announced the first-ever successful test firing of their potentially revolutionary supercritical CO2 power demo pilot plant.
Homo Sapiens Arriving in Northern Europe Over 45,000 Years Ago Encountered This Enigmatic Human Species
Genetic Analysis of human bones shows Homo sapiens arrived in Northern Europe and encountered this enigmatic human species over 45,000 years ago.
Cutting-Edge Analysis of the Winchcombe Meteorite Confirms Presence of Life-Supporting Organic Compounds
Researchers using a high-resolution electron microscope have confirmed the presence of organic compounds within the Winchcombe meteorite without the use of any chemicals.
While making the first-ever direct measurement of material aging, German researchers unexpectedly discover time reversibility in glass.
Starfield creator Bethesda Game Studios, Xbox, and the European Space Agency are giving away a customized spacesuit to whoever comes up with the best design.
A metamaterial that incorporates the camouflaging capabilities of three different animals successfully achieves the first-ever multi-terrain invisibility.
Chances That Odd Soil Samples Collected at Mars’ Jezero Crater Contain Signs of Ancient Life Just Increased Dramatically
New analysis of the subsurface features beneath Mars Jezero crater dramatically increases the chances the Perseverance rover's soil samples contain signs of ancient life.
A team of Cornell University researchers funded by the Department of Energy say they have invented a new lithium battery that can be fully charged in just five minutes.
People Living in the Andes 9,000 Years Ago May Completely Redefine Our Understanding of Hunter-Gatherers
Isotopic analysis reveals people living 9,000-6,500 years ago in the Andes Mountains were not hunter-gatherers as previously believed.
Researchers specializing in aging and cellular senescence say they may have found a real-life fountain of youth hiding within our own bodies.
Darwin’s Theories About Life on Earth Gain Fresh Support, May Aid the Search for Life on Other Worlds
A new study by researchers from the University of Washington is lending fresh support to Charles Darwin's idea that the origin of life on Earth began in phosphate-rich bodies of water.
The UK Ministry of Defense has announced the first successful downing of an aerial threat using its DragonFire combat laser system.
Sci-Fi Nightmare? These Insect-inspired Micro-Robots are the Smallest, Lightest, and Fastest Ever Built
Like something right out of a science fiction nightmare, Washington State University engineers have created a pair of insect-inspired micro-robots that are the smallest, lightest, and fastest ever built.
For the first time ever, researchers from the University of Nottingham have successfully trapped individual atoms of krypton to create a one-dimensional gas.
A team of international researchers took a closer look at violent video games to see if the adversely affect empathy by numbing players to real-world violence.
Raytheon has been tasked to design, build, and test a pair of ultra-high powered directed energy weapons for the U.S. Navy and Air Force.
Something ‘Anomalous’ on the Moon’s Surface is Exhibiting ‘Unique’ Magnetic and Reflective Properties
Researchers studying over one million digital photos have found something anomalous on the Moon's surface that exhibits unique magnetic and reflective properties.
Engineers Develop ‘Breakthrough’ Method for Creating Infinitesimally Small Objects Using the Power of Light
Engineers have harnessed the power of light to print metallic nanostructures faster and cheaper than ever before.
Researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Germany have spotted an unknown object in the mass gap between neutron stars and black holes.
Engineers have created an innovative fuel cell that runs on dirt by capitalizing on the novel power-generating capabilities of microbes.
Mounting evidence indicates that 14,000 years ago ancient humans in Alaska tracked, hunted, and killed this massive land animal.
Researchers say they have figured out why vaping cannabis can trigger an increase in appetite often referred to as "the munchies."
U.S. Space Force Orders Advanced Space Simulation Program from Microsoft, But Classification Limits Details
The United States Space Force has charged Microsoft with designing a cutting-edge space simulation program to train Guardians.
Archaeologist have unearthed a 2,000-year-old lead bullet inscribed with the Latin name for Julius Caesar near the famous Battle of Munda.
By combining the disciplines of physics and biology, researchers say they may have finally figured out why humans need to sleep.
First Ever Earth-sized Planet Orbiting a Sun-Like Star Has Been Discovered Lurking in Our Solar Back Yard
Astronomers are reporting the first discovery of an Earth-sized planet orbiting a sun-like star, and its only 73 light years away.
A team of archaeologists say they have discovered a complex network of ancient roads hidden deep within the Amazon.