Using 3D-printed robotic ammonites, researchers from the University of Utah were able to learn more about how these ancient animals moved.
NASA is working with AI SpaceFactory, a deep tech company, to develop a lunar outpost printed with recycled materials.
Researchers say they have successfully used everyday bacteria to create the key ingredient for rocket fuel.
The U.S. Space Force recently launched two satellites with the help of Atlas 5 to test the new early warning weapons system.
NASA recently launched CubeSat, a small satellite that will help the space agency prepare for its forthcoming Artemis missions.
A new NASA project known as SWIM will work to make tiny swimming robots to scour seas on other planets for alien life.
Houston-based Venus Aerospace has revealed plans to develop what it calls the Stargazer, a new hypersonic Mach 9 space plane.
Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new type of solar panel that can catch sunlight in all directions.
Higher levels of optimism were found to be linked to longer lifespans in several participants in a new study.
A new study from the University of Cambridge reveals that electrons can simultaneously possess different energy levels.
NASA has announced the winners of the Artemis Concept Awards, a project working to put nuclear power on the Moon.
South Korea recently demonstrated the capabilities of its space program with successful launches of its domestically developed Nuri rocket.
Global warming is causing irreversable extreme heat, meaning we must strengthen power grids, alter how we look at our cities, and our world.
There has been a significant increase recently in the number of fitness trackers being sold, but research suggests no increase in overall exercise.
Working remotely seems to boost individual productivity, and could help companies be more resilient in cases involving natural disasters, new research shows.
A drug trialed at MSK cured 100% of the patients involved in a new study, possibly qualifying as a "miracle drug" in fighting rectal cancer.
The latest batch of data released from the Gaia Space Telescope is shedding new light on asteroid formation and distant galaxies.
Physicists at the University of Amsterdam may have developed a novel system that allows the continuous use of an atomic laser.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo are looking at the Unruh effect, an obscurely named sci-fi staple famously depicted in "Star Wars".
Researchers in Antarctica were shocked to find a thriving community of crab-like creatures living under the ice.
Time crystals were once thought to be an impossibility. However, new research from Lancaster University suggests otherwise.
New research from the University of Queensland reveals that superworms possess a gut that may allow them to digest Styrofoam.
A recently published study seems to indicate that children who play more video games become smarter over time.
For decades, science has tried to find a "gay gene," an alleged genetic component that determines sexual orientation. Here's why it failed.
Mach Nine Stargazer Spaceplane is Finally Revealed
Company CEO Promises One Hour Flight Time to Anywhere in the World
Company CEO Promises One Hour Flight Time to Anywhere in the World
Aviation startup Venus Aerospace has finally revealed new animation and key specifications of its Stargazer spaceplane.
Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS) may offer a way to help people avoid relapse when they quit smoking.
The James Webb Space Telescope has recently dispatched a new series of stellar images captured by its high-powered camera system. The latest batch of images are part of the last phase of testing by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA)...
A new study from the University of Georgia has found a similarity between people with bad attitudes: many of them are middle-aged men.
The new Jurassic Park: World Domination movie asks the question: could dinosaurs survive in today's society?
The U.S. Air Force is running war game simulations putting cutting-edge fighter-mounted lasers and kinetic energy weapons systems to the test
Researchers from the University of Minnesota are developing a microchip that can be used to test for diseases
A new smart device is tricking metals into behaving like more valuable metals used in electronic devices, helping with the metal shortage.
Coffee improves the functional connectivity within the human brain, making it operate at a higher level of efficiency, new research says.
The famous double-slit experiment has puzzled scientists for decades, but now a new breakthrough might change our perception of it.
New research details the possible links between certain proteins like proline and individuals who suffer with depression.
A recent study has linked the consumption of blueberries with lower risks of dementia as well as prediabetes.
The United States Navy is investing in a record-breaking drone that can stay aloft without refueling for up to ten days. Most U.S. military branches use the MQ-9 Reaper drone for long-duration reconnaissance missions since it can stay on target...
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is helping to better preserve the past, and connect it to the present. From composing symphonies to archiving wine pedigrees, this technology is making science more streamlined. AI is helping to restore ancient ruins and answer...
Fierce competition for satellite parking spots in orbit is pointing to an increasingly complex future for space operations.
There is no standard definition of intelligence. From book smarts to street smarts, the definition of intelligence varies from person to person. Yet, intelligence is something most people want more of and work to gain. New research from Leipzig University...
Using ultrasound waves, researchers at Carnegie Melon University are beginning to make virtual reality more lifelike.
Researchers from MIT have developed a portable desalination device that can help with the global water shortage.
There are different effects that spaceflight can have on the human body. From more exposure to radiation to changing sleep cycles, traveling in space significantly impacts human functions and overall health. In a recent study, scientists from NASA and the...
New science reveals how reversing hearing loss could become more accessible - and affordable - in the years ahead.
Warp drive pioneer Dr. Harold G “Sonny” White has released a new video animation about the future of advanced propulsion systems.
Is Fictosexuality is on the rise? Thanks to one Japanese man and his recent wedding, it is becoming a more popular movement than you'd think.
Whether it’s a matching shirt or necklace, or our favorite video games, we love to share physical objects with our close friends. The psychological benefits of gift-giving are very powerful and help individuals connect and solidify relationships with others. Recently,...