The International Commission on Radiological Protection has provided data which shows the elements that make up the human body and the percentage they constitute.
A new study sponsored by the University of California is questioning existing theories on Mars' origins after discovering a new finding in a 200-year-old chassingy meteorite.
The superworms, Zophobas morio, are little recycling plants that shred the polystyrene with their jaws and feed it to their stomach bacteria. Take a look at how these plastic eating superworms can solve the plastic recycling problem.
The European Commission has announced that LUMI, the fastest and most efficient supercomputer in Europe, has been launched in Finland.
A new study paper released in PNAS Nexus by researchers at the Ohio State University says that a brain scan can predict your political party.
A doctor has, for the first time, successfully transplanted a 3D printed ear made from a patient’s own cells using 3DBio Therapeutics.
Researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) have developed a means to create electricity from solar radiation at night, potentially resolving the issue of solar renewable energy's intermittent nature.
Rick Smith, CEO and creator of Axon, said taser-equipped drones in schools are part of a long-term plan to stop mass shootings.
It was not until 1981 when microscopes capable of seeing individual atoms were produced. They gave a boost to the concept of nanotechnology. Since then, the field has seen massive advancements to the point that now experts claim that nanobots will be flowing through your body by 2030.
With Lithium-ion batteries utilized in electric automobiles and other gadgets primarily imported from China, IIT-M researchers believe that additional research on Zinc-air batteries can provide India with a locally produced answer. This has led India's IIT Madras team to develop Zinc-air batteries that could power E-scooters without a risk of fire.