The force is strong in Scotland, albeit literally. Studies have shown Scotland has enough wind power to power its entire households for over a month.
Research suggests being a night owl will never be good. Sleep scientists have determined that teenagers - or people in general - that sleep late at night will have a harder time doing self-regulation, regardless of how much sleep they get.
Researchers are one step closer to finally mass-produce effective artificial pancreas. This will greatly benefit Type 1 diabetics who find it hard to maintain their blood glucose levels because of their inability to produce insulin.
The next generation of warfare may have lasers and hybrid power. Military experts in Washington announced in a meeting that next-generation combat vehicles may feature energy weapons and active protection systems.
Morocco takes point in the construction of what seems to be one of the world’s largest solar plants, a project largely funded by the European Union.
Electric vehicles (EV) will take the forefront of recent White House developments as about 35 U.S. states will reap the benefits of new EV charging networks.
Researchers have discovered that zebrafish -- the two-buck wonders in pet stores -- may actually hold the key to do full spinal cord repair.
Recent research has successfully engineered an antimicrobial peptide that can possibly kill bacteria - even those that are antibiotic resistant.
Google is slowly becoming (if it is not already) the go-to place for everyone who needs "smart" solutions to problems. However, researchers at Google's DeepMind may have found a way to make their AI smarter.
Alzheimer’s disease may be yesterday’s news -- if Merck becomes successful in its clinical trials.
Developments in the field of artificial intelligence and a recent string of attacks on numerous websites signal a terrifying future of cyber warfare, Elon Musk told his five million Twitter followers on Thursday.
Scientists have discovered a virus in Moku Island, Hawaii, that inhabits an invasive wasp. If left unchecked, it is a threat not only to bees but to other pollinators worldwide.
A startup in India has designed a turbine that brings wind power to households at only a quarter of usual costs.
Man may finally bear witness to the union of two elements. Germany will be the site of the world's first hydroelectric-powered wind turbines.