A science historian at The University of Manchester has cracked “The Plato Code”—the long disputed secret messages hidden in the great philosopher’s writings.
Prehistoric man enjoyed a primitive version of cinema, according to Austrian and British researchers, who are currently seeking to recreate these ancient visual displays.
To date, SETI (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) has focused on ETs who ‘phone home’ using the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum, and even a very small region within that. But what if ET’s phone doesn’t use radio waves?
Pentagon research scientists have taken a first step towards “Transformers”-style shape-shifting cars and aircraft, with a robot that can fold itself like origami into different forms.
A new study has suggested that cell phone radiation may be contributing to declines in bee populations in some areas of the world.
A new system that took a couple hours to decipher much of the ancient language Ugaritic has archaeologists talking.
An international team of scientists have developed a promising new technique which could turn pulsars into very accurate time-keepers.
A controversial new theory has been proposed to explain a series of stripes of permanently magnetized minerals containing iron in the Martian crust. The magnetized stripes, which have alternating orientations, have intrigued scientists since their discovery in 1997.
Looking at the differences in genes that regulate blood hemoglobin, a team of researchers found vast differences between the main Chinese group and the Tibetans.
The European Space Agency’s Venus Express is helping planetary scientists investigate whether Venus once had oceans. If it did, it may even have begun its existence as a habitable planet similar to Earth.