Researchers have found that brightness is more important than the color of the light in keeping mice awake, and that blue light is more stimulating than yellow light.
Toshiba has invented a machine that can detect 13 types of cancer using just a single drop of blood in record time.
Chinese scientists have discovered a nanoparticle that enables mammals — including humans — to see in absolute darknesss. They have tested it successfully in mice.
Cheap chemical equipment may let you make your own medical drugs, circumventing the pharmaceutical industry, one hacker says.
Mary Lou Jepsen's Open Water has grand plans for the way we communicate with each other and possibly even animals.
A new prototype battery could store a lot more energy for mobile devices, running circles around lithium-ion batteries.
Qualcomm says its WiPower technology allows phones and tablets with metal frames to wirelessly charge, overcoming a roadblock to wider adoption of wireless charging.
Elysium’s lead actor talks about realizing writer-director Neil Blomkamp’s balanced vision of entertainment and enlightenment.
No explanation for the accident as of yet, though this is not the first incident associated with this breed of rocket.
Want to explore the surface of Mars? Well, it'll probably be a while before you can get up there yourself. In the meantime, NASA has a pretty detailed photo you could look at.
NASA said it has funded a new weather forecast system developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) that can help airplane pilots avoid major storms.
ESO has released a 9-gigapixel image of the central part our galaxy that shows more than 84 million stars. It is the largest picture ever taken of the Milky Way.
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