Feb 4th, 2013
There is a material so thin yet so strong that it beats the strength of steel by as much as 300 times. This is graphene, dubbed to be a ‘super materi...
Feb 4th, 2013
There is a less-studied reason why everything just feels so hot on a concrete pavement on any given summer’s day. More than just rising temperatures,...
Jan 17th, 2013
The Rubiks Cube has fascinated, entertained, and challenged many for generations now; but not everyone has had the opportunity to try out this colorful...
Jan 3rd, 2013
Giant pandas now pose a new reason for the world to continue saving them from total extinction, reports The Telegraph. Scientists at the Nanjing Agricu...
Dec 25th, 2012
Global warming and its effects have been critical issues for many years, and now a Harvard scientist is putting forward a rather unexpected proposal: r...
Dec 19th, 2012
Smartphone are getting smarter, so they say, and another start-up is well on their way into making smartphones serve as lab-instruments-on-the-go, espe...
Dec 10th, 2012
A second science rover will set foot on Mars in 2020 as NASA plans to launch another one after the successful landing of the Curiosity rover on the red...
Nov 26th, 2012
Recent studies and experimentation by The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine has resulted in the creation of a hybrid 3D printer that coul...
Nov 20th, 2012
The previous week we published a story on self-healing polymer developed for prosthetics and devices by Stanford researchers. Now, Harvard bioengineers...
Nov 13th, 2012
Before long, smartphones and other devices will appear spanking new even after years of long use, thanks to self-healing plastic that is flexible enoug...
Nov 8th, 2012
Now amputees can have a prosthetic arm that moves and functions almost like a real limb, except that it looks a whole lot cooler than the real thing. B...