U.S. Forces in Afghanistan just recently dropped their most powerful non-nuclear bomb in a remote province in the Eastern part of Afghanistan.
New water harvester device is capable of pulling liters of water out of the air using solar energy.
In the future, every household will be able to produce nearly three liters of water daily with this tool.
Your social media habits might need some tweaking as researchers revealed that Facebook use is contributing to users' misery.
Powered by hybrid propulsion, this flying car is both a completely integrated aircraft and a four-wheeled car. It's envisioned to completely revolutionize transportation, offering its owners the choice of going by land or air depending on real-time factors such as traffic and weather.
Detection teams can now safely determine the location of buried landmines from a remote location
A team of mechanical engineers at the University of California Berkeley has had enough, so they investigated the reason why shoelaces keep on coming untied.
Microwaving tea could extract about 80 percent of the caffeine, theanine and polyphenol compounds in the tea.
A new study from the University of Zurich revealed that the honest behavior of humans can be influenced by a simple, non-invasive brain stimulation, making them less likely to cheat.
Scientists develop a biosensor for contact lenses that can detect blood glucose levels for diabetics - and potentially more.
New kind of sensor is capable of detecting invisible infrared signatures emitted by various kinds of gases, plastics and other sources.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Thursday that it will allow the marketing of 23andMe Personal Genome Service Genetic Health Risk (GHR) tests to give consumers information regarding their risk to certain diseases.
SpaceX saved less than half the price of a new rocket during the recent launch of a recycled rocket booster. SpaceX officials say savings is expected to go up after the first try.
Severe aircraft turbulence could become two to three times more frequent due to stronger wind shears within the jet streams generated by climate change.
A new study explored the possibility of using hair strands to identify lifestyle secrets of criminals. Hair fibers were once considered vital in investigations however, DNA testing took the limelight away from the old forensic tool.