NASA is all set to test several types of rocket technologies this weekend during a launch from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
Researchers have demonstrated a way to make power-efficient laser-like beams without using light. These beams, made with electrical current, reportedly use 1,000 times less power than pure light beams, and function efficiently even at room temperature.
Researchers have developed the most sensitive thermometer ever made, and in a very unorthodox way, according to a recent study.
Scientists have developed a new T-ray device that can essentially listen for light waves, opening up the doors to a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that up to this point, has been difficult to harness.
Algenol, an up-and-coming company that specializes in algae-based biofuels, has developed and perfected its revolutionary technology, likely securing its spot as the next generation's leader in renewable energy.
A t-shirt using biometric monitoring technologies has just been made available for purchase, providing a new option of performance-tracking "smartwear" that can compete with products such as Fitbit wristbands.
Following the results of a public vote, NASA unveiled its next-generation space suit design that astronauts may eventually wear on a manned mission to Mars in the near future, according to the International Business Times.
Researchers at Washington State University Spokane have developed a new detection method for nabbing drivers nodding off behind the wheel.
Roger Pontz of Michigan can now see again after years of almost complete blindness thanks to his new "bionic eye," according to a report by The Associated Press.
Scientists discovered a new DNA "editing" technique that could alter life-threatening genome mutations and one day cure diseases.
With all this talk of "rats" being found on Mars and plans of settling a human colony on Mars by 2023, one question remains, what will humans eat on the Red Planet? 3-D printed food, of course.
The world's first entirely 3D printed gun is here and its creator didn't want to keep the plans all to himself, and so instead, he posted it online for everyone and anyone. Within the first two days, 100,000 people have already downloaded the files, prompting the State Department to step in and order the removal of the blueprints.
Ever wanted to have a bugs-eye view of the world? A digital camera with a lens that very closely mimics the compound eye of arthropods in all respects - wide-angle field of view of nearly 160 degrees, low aberration, high sharpness of vision, and infinite depth of field - has been developed by a team of scientists from University of Illinois.
Scientists have built and tested robotic ants complete with tiny wires and circuits, which they say behave just like a real ant colony.