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Doctors in Arizona are experimenting with 3D printing technology to help save the lives of babies.
Could a disease be the reason so many people love cats and keep them as pets?
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has been studying the effects of plants on air quality for about 20 years and their research confirms: common houseplants are natural air purifiers.
Agricultural methods pose some of the biggest challenges.
For a long time, solar power has been very much hated from a cost-benefit standpoint but things are starting to turn around for the technology. Around the world, progress is being made to make solar power a viable alternative.
On Nov. 5, 2015, a mine-waste dam collapsed at an enormous iron mine in southeastern Brazil. The wave of toxic waste was at least twice the volume of the Johnstown Flood and wiped out buildings and bridges more than 40 miles downstream.
Neil deGrasse Tyson and physicist Brian Cox debate whether the fictional weapon could ever exist.
Perovskites are materials used in batteries, fuel cells, and electronic components, and occur in nature as minerals. Despite their important role in technology, little is known about the reactivity of their surfaces. Professor Ulrike Diebold's team at TU Wien (Vienna)...
See the amazing result, that happens when you pour molten Aluminum into Polymer water balls.
This video is about the orbital mechanics of why it’s so hard to crash into the sun – the energy it takes to get there is astoundingly high, compared with leaving the solar system.
What do we really know about the range of temperatures in the universe? Probably not much. We perceive the world based on our ’earthly’ feelings: we are cold when the temperature drops below −20°C, and we sweat when it gets higher that 35°C. To help you get a better...
Gravitational waves simply explained.
A Dutch design firm has redefined living by creating a house that doesn’t need a foundation, can be built in one day and is three times more sustainable than a normal house.
This is why looking at your phone at night is a terrible idea.
In China, savvy entrepreneurs are making millions a year by mining bitcoin. Danny Vincent visited one of the world’s biggest facilities of its kind to film the activity and people within.