More than twice the power of earlier electric propulsion thrusters
Despite decades of research with sophisticated technology, there's very little we know of the universe
"It's like putting neurotech on steroids"
Rock samples have been collected for analysis back on Earth
LTT9779 b is so hot, it has a cloudy metal atmosphere that shouldn't exist
A thermal cloak for your electric car
Forward-looking: Companies and research institutions have been exploring DNA as a potential "storage system" for archiving digital data for a long time. A new approach is now emerging, offering additional financial incentives by eliminating the need for complex and expensive lab-created DNA strands from scratch. This novel variation in the field shows promise in terms of cost-effectiveness and simplicity.
No, it's not Planet X, as this giant planet would be located much farther than that
"We cannot always dig the Earth for new materials"
Forward-looking: Traditional solar power cells are based on a silicon semiconductor compound, which is known to have a theoretical maximum efficiency of 29 percent in converting sunlight into electric energy. However, by incorporating a second perovskite layer onto the base silicon layer, solar cells have the potential to surpass this efficiency threshold in the near future.
A device might be lurking under the ocean surface that answers the question: are we alone in the universe?
LionGlass is better for the environment, too
Advancing our understanding of the Red Planet
The commercialization of space
8 Ursae Minoris b shouldn't have survived this long
Seeing the world through your eyes
Drinking recycled pee isn't everybody's cup of tea
Why it matters: A new European mission will soon depart for its deep space destination, providing scientists here on Earth with a very advanced exploration tool. Its mission: to finally solve the mysteries hiding beyond dark matter and dark energy.
UN chief says fossil fuels are "incompatible with human survival" as world breaks temperature records
"We are hurtling towards disaster, eyes wide open, with far too many willing it all on wishful thinking"
New scientific modeling on old data discovered Phosphorous, the final missing piece
Discovery offers a glimpse of the ultimate fate of the universe
The "heroic piece of thermal engineering" keeps "touching" the Sun to get new data
Why it matters: AI-based plagiarism is becoming an increasingly annoying and dangerous phenomenon, especially for genuine science research publications. Many people (and researchers) are trying to develop a practical solution against this kind of troublesome pettiness, and a new approach seems to work particularly well for a specific kind of scientific papers.
Making progress on the dream of harvesting solar energy closer to its original source
The life support system on the ISS will not work for long-term space exploration