Will machine learning algorithms revolutionize scientific research on battery materials?
Your fancy bottled water is not as pure as you would hope
There are still technical hurdles to overcome but advances are being made
This past week it had the two last launches of the year, including one that carried the US military's X-37B space plane to unprecedented altitudes
Life imitating art
A friendly reminder that we are all very lucky to be alive on this planet right now
As the world gets hotter, we need more solutions for staying cool
Cultivated human brain cells allegedly demonstrate computing-related capabilities
The big picture: Solar wind is a stream of electromagnetically charged particles released from the upper atmosphere of the Sun, the corona, and it permeates every planet and cosmic object in the Solar System. When something changes in the amount of charged particles, unexpected and extreme atmospheric phenomena can be observed.
The James Webb Space Telescope makes yet another brilliant discovery
We're almost certain to overshoot the 1.5C target of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement
Storing data in a sparkly new way
Here's a cryptic way to leave behind text messages
After literature and arts, will generative AI finally kill the planet?
The system is an important step forward to harnessing fusion as a clean energy source
Forward-looking: Fusion differs from fission, which is used in nuclear power plants, and it is based on the same principle that powers the Sun and stars as the hydrogen nuclei fuses into helium, releasing light and heat. Also, unlike nuclear power, fusion is intrinsically safe in that the reaction stops when the fuel supply or power source is shut down. Nor does it generate high-level long-lived radioactive waste.
A challenging mission to showcase the dusty, curved horizon of Mars under a new light
A new, performing solution to the issue of environmentally unfriendly air conditioning systems
Machine learning won't replace supercomputer-based forecasting anytime soon, though
Welcome to the world of tomorrow
Precise control of heat flow
The Mars solar conjunction lasts two weeks
By electrically stimulating the spinal cord