08/14/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The ongoing effort to detect and disarm forgotten explosives in battlefields around the world has received a new tool. Scottish

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08/14/2018 / By Edsel Cook

An ordinary yet important enzyme might be the key to unlocking even more riches out of plants. In an article

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08/13/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

When you compare the smartphones of today to cell phones from 20, 10 or even five years ago, it’s easy

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08/13/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

Last January 31, the world stopped to view a rare lunar event: the Super Blood Blue Moon. This rare lunar

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08/12/2018 / By Edsel Cook

A laser can do many things, but Australian researchers have created one that can “sniff” out the faintest of odors

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08/12/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Batteries keep all sorts of gadgets up and running. Now, a group of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has

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08/12/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan has taken the next step in solar energy technology. Specifically, they’ve

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08/12/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

An unintended consequence of automation and the speed in which it is improved is that humans can’t keep up. While

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08/11/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The amount of electronic data we generate every year is quickly outstripping the capacity of the latest storage systems. The

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08/10/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Nanorobots are advancing at a much, much faster pace than expected. In an article published in the journal Nature Communications,

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08/10/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

Science is not new to seeking inspiration from nature. A photochemical diode capable of artificial photosynthesis could be the latest

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08/10/2018 / By David Williams

Humanity as a whole is creating far too much waste from the use of batteries, rechargeable or otherwise. Now a

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08/09/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The simple but important job of drawing and testing the blood of patients can now be taken over by a

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08/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

U.K. researchers have developed artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will reportedly allow patients with dementia to move out of their

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