A physicist, has confirmed the existence of U.S. government development of time travel technology and emphasizes the importance of the real-world application of such technology for achieving planetary sustainability.
A team of theorists believe that using silver-plated nanoparticles suspended in water would make the first soft, tunable metamaterial—the “active ingredient” in an invisibility device.
Researchers have for the first time observed a nanoscale symmetry hidden in solid state matter. They have measured the signatures of a symmetry showing the same attributes as the golden ratio famous from art and architecture.
A 13th-century letter from Genghis Khan’s grandson demanding homage from the pope is among a collection of documents from the Vatican’s Secret Archives that has been published for the first time.
After waiting years for the sun to illuminate Saturn’s north pole again, cameras aboard NASA’s Cassini spacecraft have captured the most detailed images yet of the intriguing hexagon four times the size of Earth crowning the planet.
A research team led by Brown University has found evidence of carbonates, a long-sought mineral that shows Mars was home to a variety of watery environments—some benign, others harsh—and that the acidic bath the planet endured left at least some regional pockets unscathed.
Scientists have successfully tested a system that translates brain waves into speech, raising the prospect that people left mute by stroke, Lou Gehrig’s disease and other afflictions will one day be able to communicate by synthetic voice.
A monkey may be sent to Mars, under plans unveiled by Russian scientists. Although the ape will be looked after by a robot on the mission, the decision is expected to spark controversy with animal rights groups.
German and Czech biologists have shown that cattle, along with deer, instinctively stand in a north-south direction. They appear to possess a sixth sense of magnetism.