Could be useful for improving durability and reducing costs of foldable phones
Shooting all-important bytes to a machine 254 million kms away from Earth
The launch signals the beginning of the probe's eight year journey to study Jupiter and its icy moons
The Standard Model of cosmology is still safe, for now
Buildings could be heated or cooled by exchanging heat in and out of aquifers
$179 for a houseplant?!
Black hole may have been kicked out of a galaxy by two others
Webb captures the northern pole during late spring
The first of potentially several controlled deorbits
Eleventh-hour talks with a Texas investor broke down last month
The big picture: The complex, majestic system of rings orbiting Saturn is one of the most striking views our Solar System has to offer. Astronomers have watched and examined Saturn's rings for centuries, yet an unprecedented phenomenon was hiding in plain sight before a recently published paper finally revealed its features.
Disruptive ML algorithms can be useful for national security too
It's a shape called an "einstein" that researchers have been seeking for decades
Cellular networks on the Moon are good to go, but NASA has yet to request lunar satellites
More testing and funding is needed to bring the device to market
A drop the size of a raisin could paint both sides of the door to your house
Yeah! Science! Traditional paint is made from a bonding agent, such as oil, and pigments from heavy metals like cobalt, ochre, and cadmium, which make blue, red, and yellow, respectively. We use paint to color the artificial world, but in nature, creatures such as butterflies and beetles display vibrant palettes without pigment - they use topography.
The mission experienced a second stage engine anomaly
The device creates an impedance that bounces waves backward in time
Satellite should fall out of orbit much more quickly than most
Making neuroscience accessible to everyone thanks to Raspberry Pi
The satellite helped scientists learn more about polar mesospheric clouds
JWST will help scientists investigate the troublesome dust budget surplus of the universe
Mycobacterium smegmatis can literally turn hydrogen into electricity
"Saving Earth's data, one byte at a time"