Stranger things are becoming reality in quantum mechanics.
Their paper published in journal Science notes that they were able to store 214 petabytes per gram of DNA.
The world's growing population poses a lot of threats in various industries. Not only are there growing concerns about housing, but in the food industry as well. There might not be enough food to feed everyone in a few years' time. However, a scientist has a solution: what about lab-grown meat?
People are starting to acknowledge the potential of electric vehicles in the automobile market, especially when it comes to saving energy and being green. Now that EV batteries are falling faster than anticipated, it seems there is more to the phenomenon.
When Elon Musk announced to the public that he started a company to support the creation of underground tunnels to alleviate traffic, he wasn't just "boring" - all puns intended. In fact, he has a good reason for actually opting to use this method.
When people think of reptiles such as lizards and snakes, they know they are different from mammals because they lay eggs. Dinosaurs, also reptiles, are believed to be the same. But when scientists discovered a fossilized pregnant reptile, they are starting to question the trend.
Four-winged dinosaurs are the closest thing to reality.
In addition to making plants into capacitors, the scientists also made fuel cells that work inside plants to turn their sugars into energy.
Green light-emitting diode (LED) holds the potential of becoming a novel, non-pharmacological approach in managing chronic pain.
Microsoft's DeepCode is changing the coding game.
NASA is planning to send a robot over one of Jupiter's moons, Europa. However, this time, it's not for sight-seeing and assessing its atmosphere but to actually look for alien life.
People are starting to try to tackle the unprecedented bee crisis with the help of various tools. One of them is to use robotic bee "drones" to pollinate plants in the absence of said actual bees.
Mexico is getting its own electric vehicle brand, courtesy of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim Helu and the help of an unlikely partner: a bread giant.
A team of researchers from Harvard announced that they have lost the only known sample of metallic hydrogen on Earth.