Unique Bird With Bizarrely Long Toe Found Fossilized in Amber
Researchers have discovered a bird foot from 99 million years ago preserved in amber that had a hyper-elongated third toe. This is the first time such a foot…
Jul 12, 2019 16:19 UTC Science Read More
Japanese Probe Returns to Site of Asteroid Bombing, Takes Pics
On Wednesday, Hayabusa-2, the Japanese space probe that landed on then bombed and asteroid, once more touched down to collect samples and take…
Jul 12, 2019 15:44 UTC Science Read More
Python Swallows Crocodile Whole. Photographer Captures Every Last, Grisly 'Bite.'
In the global battle between pythons and crocodiles, chalk one up for the snakes. A grisly new series of photos shows an olive python (Liasis olivaceus) scarfing…
Jul 10, 2019 10:21 UTC Science Read More
Scientists Are Trying to Make 'Ploonets' a Thing, And We Are Here For It
You've heard of moonmoons - that's what scientists want to call the satellite of a moon. But are you ready for ploonets? You'd better be, because we're here to…
Jul 10, 2019 06:21 UTC Science Read More
Experts cite benefits, challenges of further space exploration
SAN FRANCISCO – The United States has the advanced technology and capable workforce it needs for further space exploration. However, it lacks the focus…
Jul 10, 2019 00:28 UTC Science Read More
See Saturn's rings as the planet passes closest to Earth
The month of July is a great time to see the rings of Saturn, according to CNN. Saturn enters opposition Tuesday night, meaning it lies on the opposite side of the…
Jul 09, 2019 23:26 UTC Science Read More
Coral reefs shifting away from equator: New research reveals a dramatic rebalancing of young corals from tropical to subtropical waters during the last 40 years
Coral reefs are retreating from equatorial waters and establishing new reefs in more temperate regions, according to new research. The researchers found that…
Jul 09, 2019 20:15 UTC Science Read More
Physicists' finding could revolutionize information transmission
A research team led by physicists at the University of California, Riverside, has observed, characterized, and controlled dark trions in a semiconductor…
Jul 09, 2019 16:57 UTC Science Read More
New “Chameleon Theory” Could Explain Dark Energy, How Galaxies Formed
Einstein's gravity-explaining theory of general relativity may not tell the complete story of how galaxies and black holes formed throughout the universe.
Jul 09, 2019 13:26 UTC Science Read More
Scientists decode DNA secrets of world's toughest bean
UC Riverside scientists have decoded the genome of black-eyed peas, offering hope for feeding Earth's expanding population, especially as the climate…
Jul 09, 2019 11:13 UTC Science Read More
A New Plan for Keeping NASA's Oldest Explorers Going
To manage Voyager 2's dwindling power supply, engineers recently shut off one instrument's primary heater. So far, the cooled instrument continues to return…
Jul 08, 2019 21:05 UTC Science Read More
Long Frozen Organisms in the Arctic Awakened, Hinting at Life on Other Planets
In recent years, researchers have reawakened life in frozen organisms in the Arctic permafrost, bringing them back to life. These studies are now challenging…
Jul 08, 2019 18:01 UTC Science Read More
Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is coming
The Southern Delta Aquariids meteor shower is almost upon us, with seasoned stargazers saying country WA will be a great place to view the sky show.
Jul 08, 2019 02:56 UTC Science Read More
Today in 2003: Opportunity blasts off to Mars
NASA's Opportunity rover spent some 15 years exploring Mars. It surpassed all expectations for its endurance and longevity, to become one of the most…
Jul 07, 2019 21:12 UTC Science Read More
'Gamer Girl' Belle Delphine is Selling Her Used Bath Water
'Gamer Girl' Belle Delphine, a 19 year old Instagram model with a sizable social media following and nearly 4000 Patreon patrons, is selling her used bath…
Jul 06, 2019 04:57 UTC Science Read More
Compact camera measures light polarization in full
A compact and simple camera that can determine the full polarization of light has been developed by researchers in the US. The device uses a metasurface…
Jul 05, 2019 08:57 UTC Science Read More
What's happening to Greenland's ice?
Sponsored *content*: An early summer heatwave brought the long term decline of ice global attention, satellites can show us how fast the island is changing.
Jul 05, 2019 07:44 UTC Science Read More
Earth's new early-warning meteor impact system is needed more than ever
An early warning system for meteorite impacts capable of destroying whole cities is on alert this week as the Earth passes through a vast trail of cosmic debris.
Jul 05, 2019 04:00 UTC Science Read More
These astronauts just wished us a happy Independence Day from space
The only two Americans living, literally, out of this world wished the country a happy Independence Day, and it's probably the best holiday message ever.
Jul 04, 2019 18:00 UTC Science Read More
More amazing images of the July 2 eclipse
Some called it the "astronomer's eclipse" because it passed near major observatories in Chile. Check out these beautiful images of the July 2, 2019 total solar…
Jul 04, 2019 10:18 UTC Science Read More
Asteroid Wars Billionaires Are Dead Serious About Moving Factories to Space Victor Tangermann
To some, collecting resources from other planets or asteroids instead of using up the Earth could be the key to ensuring that we — and our planet — survive.
Jul 04, 2019 01:10 UTC Science Read More
An exciting boost for solar cells
A process called singlet fission has the potential to enhance the efficiency of solar cells. The mechanism has been difficult to implement in such devices, but…
Jul 03, 2019 17:00 UTC Science Read More
Does psychology have a conflict-of-interest problem?
Some star psychologists don't disclose in research papers the large sums they earn for talking about their work. Is that a concern?
Jul 02, 2019 12:00 UTC Science Read More
Physicists use light waves to accelerate supercurrents, enable ultrafast quantum computing
Scientists have discovered that terahertz light -- light at trillions of cycles per second -- can act as a control knob to accelerate supercurrents. That can help open…
Jul 01, 2019 19:41 UTC Science Read More
Today is Asteroid Day 2019 Human World
The fifth annual International Asteroid Day happens on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Recognized by the United Nations, Asteroid Day marks a global opportunity to…
Jul 01, 2019 07:58 UTC Science Read More
ESA will head for the double asteroid, too
Following NASA's DART mission, if all goes as planned, an European Space Agency mission called Hera will also visit Didymos and its moon, to gather vital,…
Jun 30, 2019 10:41 UTC Science Read More
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