Category: Science & Tech
Found 1872 results
01/12/18 11:59 AM PST
A new study published in Nature Communications explains how some birds of paradise have feathers that swallow sunlight.
01/12/18 9:54 AM PST
On Jan. 10, the Consumer Electronics Show faced a blackout at parts of Las Vegas Convention Center, and a couple of robotic pole dancers showed off their moves.
01/11/18 10:31 AM PST
Scientists at the University of Johannesburg say the Hypatia stone found in Egypt in 1996 contains materials never seen before in our solar system and may predate the sun.
01/10/18 10:38 AM PST
On Jan. 8, Toyota announced a suite of autonomous electric concept vehicles at the International Consumer Electronics Show that it hopes to begin testing in 2020.
01/09/18 3:23 PM PST
A study by NASA published Jan. 4 in Geophysical Research Letters is the first to find conclusive evidence that the Montreal Protocol of 1987 has had a direct impact on closing the ozone hole.
01/08/18 4:43 PM PST
A study recently published in the Indian Journal of History of Science describes rock art found in Kashmir some 5,600 years old that may depict an exploding star.
01/08/18 11:55 AM PST
A new study published in Geophysical Research Levels suggests melting ice sheets and glaciers are adding more volume to the ocean than scientists realized because they're causing the ocean floor to sink.
01/08/18 9:25 AM PST
The Queen Anne's Conservation Lab announced Jan. 4 that it deciphered scraps of paper found in the wreckage of Blackbeard's flagship.
01/05/18 4:31 PM PST
Archaeologists said Jan. 3 that they excavated a 1,000-year-old stone sanctuary on the side of a volcano that may have represented a model of the universe.
01/05/18 10:35 AM PST
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, says fixing the social platform is his 2018 personal goal.
01/04/18 3:16 PM PST
A study recently published in the journal Nature Communications explores how male Australian rainbow peacock spiders create dazzling displays of iridescent color.
12/29/17 4:29 PM PST
A study published Dec. 18 in Nature Nanotechnology describes a new material created from two layers of graphene that can stop bullets despite being thin and flexible.