New ‘Superlens’ Goes Beyond What Microscopes See
A powerful new “superlens” could help observe more intricate details that the regular microscope could not see.
Human Brains Are Big Because We Are Good At Judging Others, Scientists Say
According to scientists from the Cardiff University, humans have big brains because we always judge others.
Newly Discovered Earth-Like Planet Is Orbiting Proxima Centauri
Scientists have found an Earth-like planet orbiting Proxima Centauri a few light-years away from Earth.
MIT’s Self-Shading Smart Windows Could Cut Energy Costs
Scientists at MIT have developed self-shading windows that could switch from clear to dark in an instant.
Amazing! Skydivers Turn into ‘Human Meteors’ During the Perseid Meteor Shower
A team of skydivers jumped from an airplane in LED wingsuits to join the Perseid meteor shower.
Elon Musk’s SolarCity Will Build ‘Solar Roofs’
Elon Musk reveals that SolarCity is developing a novel solar technology: a roof made entirely of solar cells.
This New Scanning Tool Shows How Genes in the Brain are ‘Switching Off’
A new brain scanning tool allows scientists to see real-time how genes in the human brain are switching off.
How to Take Stunning Photos of the Perseid Meteor Shower
Stargazers, prepare your cameras for one of the most awaited celestial phenomena of the year. Here are some tips that will give you a better chance at capturing the magic of tonight’s meteor shower.
U.S. Government Permits to Grow More Marijuana Farms for Research
The U.S. government has permitted more organizations to grow cannabis farms to aid research initiatives.
ESA Space Lasers Will Study The Wind
ESA will shoot Aladin lasers into space in an attempt to study the winds sweeping around the Earth.
South African Girl Will Fight Drought Using Orange Peels
A schoolgirl from Johannesburg, South Africa has invented a polymer made of orange peel, which will solve the country’s drought problems.
Rebellious Minor Planet Near Neptune Baffles Astronomers
A group of researchers has recently discovered a mysterious object just outside the solar system, and it’s odd behavior baffles scientists.
Watch: Rosetta’s Journey Around Comet 67P Was Not An Easy One
ESA has released a video of the Rosetta probe’s two-year journey around the comet 67P.
Indoor Vertical Farm in Japan Could Grow 12,000 Lettuces A Day With Just LED Lights
A Japanese indoor vertical farm could produce 12,000 heads of lettuce in one day using horticultural LED lighting technology.