Después de lograr encender su motor –hazaña sobre la cual dependía su vida–, la segunda nave espacial en orbitar Júpiter se prepara para revolucionar nuestra visión del planeta gigante.
With the Schiaparelli lander, Europe hopes to join the U.S. and Russia in successfully touching down on the Red Planet
The red dwarf star Proxima Centauri is home to a newly discovered exoplanet, which may look a lot like Earth.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on August 24, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.
This toy-inspired centrifuge could enable medical testing in remote locations, and costs just 20 cents to make.
Don’t settle for limp, soggy turkey skin—use science when you roast your bird to get that perfect, crackling bite.
Whistles let shepherds communicate between distant hillsides because a whistled sound wave travels farther than spoken words.
Neuroscientist Mu-Ming Poo discusses the China Brain Project and its goal of understanding brain diseases in the most populous country’s aging public.
There is still good reason to think undiscovered fundamental particles act as gravitational glue for galaxies.
Microbes in the atmosphere influence life on the planet's surface."Invisible Nature: Life in the Clouds" was first published on bioGraphic. ©2016 California Academy of Sciences.
The central bearded dragon can rapidly shift its body color to soak up extra sun or cool off, while using its neck color to communicate with other lizards.
A microwave radiometer onboard the Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter could soon reveal where and how the giant planet formed
Scientific American took to the streets of New York City and asked passersby what they thought the future would hold. If it is as these people imagine, 500 years from now our world will look very different than it does today.
Re-creating photographs from the 1930s can help scientists understand Greenland’s melting glaciers and predict how quickly climate change might make them disappear into the sea.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on July 27, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.
Scientists discovered a frog’s ability to nab an insect in a fraction of a second depends on the fluid mechanics of its spit.
Scientists study the stride of Olympic athlete Mike Rodgers
Metamaterials don’t react the way you would expect. Push down on this cube from the top and a face appears on the side. The secret? A carefully designed substructure.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on July 27, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.
Slow-motion footage of bees reveals their high-speed collisions and in-flight recovery systems.“Lens of Time: Bumper Bees” was first published on bioGraphic © 2016, California Academy of Sciences.
The world’s most photographed ewe was born in Scotland on July 5, 1996. Nature Video talks to two of the researchers who created her.This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on June 29, 2016. It is a Nature Video production.
The same technological advances that shrank telephones miniaturized heart monitors, with far-reaching implications for heart health.
LIGO scientist David Reitze takes us on a 1.3 billion year journey that begins with the violent merger of two black holes in the distant universe. The event produced gravitational waves, tiny ripples in the fabric of space and time, which LIGO detected as they passed Earth on September 14, 2015.