New qubit designs could enable more robust machines
Decades after scientists decided that the famed dinosaur never actually existed, new research says the opposite
Scientists show that male genes linked to taste may play a role in sperm production
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter used radar to find the underground Martian channels
Skull deformation of children was a common practice in Central America, but scientists are still struggling to solve the mystery of why these otherwise healthy youth died prematurely
Possible methods to move the massive Costa Concordia, twice as big as the Titanic, include multiple cranes, inflatable bags and even buoyant objects like ping-pong balls used by Donald Duck...
Scientists are sending in unmanned aircraft to survey remote ares
Scientists investigated several bacterium species and found that they not only could thrive on Mars- and moonlike rocks, but could extract elements useful to future extraterrestrial colonists...
Lased and Confused: Off-the-Shelf Infrared Lasers Could Ward Off Missile Attacks on Military Helicopters
A newly developed broad-spectrum laser mounted on choppers could effectively dazzle shoulder-launched antiaircraft weapons in flight, and prevent them from finding and destroying their targets...
First drug from transgenic goats nears approval
Cosmic Radiation -- Smoking and Genes -- Shrubs 1, Grasses 0 -- Corona Heat
After the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, how stiff will greenhouse gas regulations be?
You might not want to do it, but removing half of your brain will not significantly impact who you are
Ink-jet printing at ramjet speed
A nuclear war may not trouble them, but does decapitation?
New vaccine against the deadliest of all cancers teaches the body to defend itself while avoiding the side effects of more traditional therapies
Immunizing the body against nicotine might be just what smokers need to quit for good
A disease afflicting half a million people annually requires a special kind of vaccine
The world's first preventative vaccine against Hepatitis C could curb the spread of the disease that killed Allen Ginsberg and thousands of others
First a Nobel Prize, and now a potentially viable treatment: the world's first interfering RNA drug could be the first of many