This method could someday by utilized to design more advanced devices like solar cells, self-heating materials or diagnostic sensors.
Researchers discovered that Eusthenopteron, lobe-finned fish exhibited typical marrow processes inside its upper arm bone .
Removing between five and 10 large satellites from space each year would be enough to stop the debris cloud from growing, says ESA.
The newly discovered network triggers reactions even before the conscious brain has time to process them.
It converts human waste into biochar which can be used to increase crop yields and sequester carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas.
Neuroscientists have developed a virtual reality system that lets you watch your thoughts on screen in real-time.
The Ubiquitous web that has become a part of our lives started as a collaboration platform at CERN.
Across the world there are multiple teams working on ways to make computing more natural
The trio landed on Earth in their Soyuz capsule at 0324 GMT outside Dzhezkazgan in Kazakhstan.
Sponges, the first animals to evolve require only small amounts of oxygen, study reveals.
This is the second of the seven satellites planned for Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS), whose applications include terrestrial and marine navigation, disaster management, vehicle tracking and fleet management.
The Australian Government's Industry Department has announced a new USD 20 million CRC to help scientists track tiny pieces of debris orbiting the Earth.
The snailfish have little pigmentation due to the lack of light in their environment, hence their translucent appearance.
Asteroid will be passing by Earth on March 5 at around 21:06 Universal Time.
Bolt's top speed would be enough for him to take off on Titan while wearing a regular wingsuit.
Some galaxies are very flat discs of stars and others are more bulging or even spherical, says Danail Oberschkow.
Scientists are also piloting a project using instruments ingested by sharks and other top ocean predators
The research team used a technique called verification by multiplicity, which relies in part on the logic of probability.
Kar and Jung's devices - which are the first to integrate electronic and optical properties on a single electronic chip represent a critical breakthrough in making this dream computer a reality.
The new technique could help researchers learn about how many planets with water - like Earth - exist within our galaxy, researchers said.