The NASA/NOAA GOES Project has recently released two stunning images of water vapor patterns moving over the Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans. This project, the agency claims, will help make forecast and early-warning systems even more accurate, while simultaneously providing more data to observe changing extreme weather patterns.
Researchers have developed a facial recognition program that scans photos to determine if a child patient has a rare genetic disorder.
Japanese scientists at a Tokyo museum unveiled Tuesday the world's first robotic newscaster, an eerily human-like android that can speak clearly and smoothly, for the most part outdoing any human.
The Large Hadron Collider is stirring, prepping for its second three-year experiment after 16 months of revamping and upgrades. The Improved "atom smasher" will function at double its former energy level, allowing scientists to approach the next stage in studies of energy and mysterious phenomena like dark matter.
Researchers have developed a simple one-step system to help boost the efficiency of pre-existing solar cell technology at minimal cost.
It looks as though researchers may have found a way to make smartphone apps even smarter with new see-through sensors that could possibly commercialize phones to have biomedical and additional computing capabilities.
The top of a Chilean mountain will be demolished today during the groundbreaking for the construction of what will be the world's largest telescope. You can watch a live stream of the groundbreaking ceremony now.
In less than half a year's time, the Orion spacecraft will go through its first of two flight tests before its 2021 mission. As the craft comes closer to completion, NASA has revealed just what they hope to learn from this first crucial test.
NASA Engineers recently fired the rockets of a scaled down model of the future Space Launch System (SLS), measuring the acoustic impact that liftoff could have on the launch pad and rocket.
Silicon may soon be rendered obsolete if a new energy-efficient hybrid circuit delivers on its developers' promises.
Ferries making their regular trek across the Puget Sound will now be also helping scientists better understand water flow and changes in tides and currents.
Researchers have successfully trapped light in a confined area for a longer amount of time than ever before achieved, slowing the travel time of a single ray.
Italy will be bringing espresso to the International Space Station (ISS) later this year, presenting astronauts and cosmonauts with a much-deserved coffee break.
Officiating in football, especially in the National Football League (NFL), is no easy job. But referees will be pleased to know that researchers from North Carolina State University and Carnegie Mellon University, in collaboration with Disney Research, have developed new technology able to track the exact position of a football in 3D space using low-frequency magnetic fields.