D-Wave Systems has announced the biggest quantum chip ever to be made called D-Wave. According to the company, the new quantum chip has double the processing power compared to its predecessor, the D-Wave 2X.
In order to build a thriving and sustainable community to the red planet, Elon Musk is planning to send one million people to Mars.
During its exploration of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the Rosetta probe detected magnetic field oscillations that were later converted into sound. As the probe prepares for its finale, the comet sings a new song.
Scientists have created polymer sheets that could be programmed to transform in shape at a given time. The discovery could lead to new medical implants that could take shape inside the body.
ESA's Rosetta mission will formally end on Sept. 30. A collision maneuver will be executed that will send Rosetta to free fall into the comet.
The European Space Agency is conducting an experiment on the International Space Station to study antibacterial properties of materials in space to determine if future spaceships will be easier to clean.
On Sept. 27, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk dazzled the audience at the International Aeronautical Congress, as he revealed the full extent of his Mars colonization plans. What do experts have to say about this?
In a recent film, astrophysicist Stephen Hawking warned scientist to refrain from contacting aliens as it may have a catastrophic result.
It turns out that humans are not as bad as they think to be. Hurting each other is not something that is genetic but most likely because of factors such as changes in social environment.
A team of researchers from North Carolina State University and the Chinese Academy of Sciences have successfully created an environmental friendly semi-printed plastic solar cell without toxic halogen solvents by using a nontoxic food additive.
The eastern massasauga rattlesnake, the only venomous snake in Michigan, has recently been moved under federal protection in accordance with the Endangered Species Act.
Arguably the world's most trafficked animal, the cute and strange pangolin, has officially moved up to Appendix I of CITES, which states that all trades involving the animals in Appendix I are prohibited. This momentous decision is welcomed by different wildlife organizations as they have been supportive of pangolin's cause.
Europe’s Rosetta spacecraft will go out with a bang – or rather, a crash – on the surface of a comet it has followed faithfully for two years.
The world's most heavily trafficked (and weirdest) mammal on Earth, pangolins, could be saved from extinction as the UN wildlife conference on Wednesday has approved a worldwide ban on pangolins.
A new study from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) has offered a surprising twist of how life began on earth, questioning the likeability of the "RNA World" Hypothesis and proposing that DNA may have also existed when life began.