New novel application can realistically mimic space radiation.
Aggressive combination of systemic therapy and local therapy can potentially cure patients with metastatic prostate cancer.
NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) partnered to study the Sun's atmosphere and its solar winds with the help of a Draper Technology.
ESA discovered the brightest pulsar ever to be identified by men. The pulsar is a thousand times brighter than previously thought.
Radioactive particles are mysteriously floating across Europe, leaving everyone baffled, including the experts.
Planets orbiting in the habitable zone of young red dwarfs might not actually support life due to the negative impact of high stellar activity to the their atmospheric oxygen.
530 sieverts could kill a person if exposed, and that only one sievert is enough to result in infertility, loss of hair and cataracts.
Reindeers could help mitigate climate change by simply reducing the height and abundance of shrubs on the Arctic Tundra through grazing.
Scientists have devised a way to provide air conditioning by beaming heat from the Earth’s surface into outer space.
The radiation fingerprint from the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan has finally reached the US shores, specifically in the West Coast. Is it bad news for Americans?
The solar-powered Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter suddenly activated its safe mode feature the night before it was scheduled for a flyby of the planet.
A new study revealed that a certain protein in tardigrades enables the microscopic water bear, the world's hardiest animal, to withstand harmful effects of radiation.
A group of researchers at Drexel University and the Korea Institute of Science & Technology is working on containing electromagnetic pollution from electric current in everyday obejcts via a thin nanomaterial coating.
On March 17, 2015, a shockwave caused by the driving force of a coronal mass ejection from the Sun struck the Earth’s magnetic field and triggered a geomagnetic storm. NASA’s Van Allen Probes have fortunately captured the effects of the storm on the radiation belts.