The presence of supermassive black holes at the center of dwarf galaxies is more common than previously thought.
Researchers from the University of Utah have found a way to print hidden images using a very inexpensive product: commercial inkjet printers. By using an invisible ink to hide messages in seemingly regularly printed images, it is a revolutionary way to detect counterfeit items in the future.
Harry Potter is leaking into science. Researchers get inspiration from the fictional hero’s invisibility cloak to create a cutting edge cloaking device for processing chips.
In the past, invisibility is just something you could find in fiction books and movies such as "Harry Potter" and "Star Trek," but now, this sci-fi dream is slowly turning into reality. A team of researchers has developed an "invisibility cloak" for high-tech processing computer chips to improve speed using less power.
Parasitic nest flies threaten Darwin's finches of the Galapagos Islands. Based on a recent study, however, researchers from the University of Utah suggest human intervention could help save these iconic birds.
When dating volcanic ashes from the Late Triassic Period from Argentina, researchers discovered dinosaurs evolved more rapidly than previously thought. In fact, the prehistoric animals evolved roughly five million years or less after their ancestors emerged.
Kelp Gull attacks have taken their toll on southern right whales over the last four decades – in particular, their calves – which the gulls routinely gouge in the back to feed off their skin and blubber. Now researchers are wondering if the wounds the birds cause are contributing to the increasing mortality rate of these majestic whales.
A newly discovered pig-snouted turtle, Arvinachelys golden, may help researchers fill in the gaps of turtle evolution.