Arctic mountain glaciers are melting faster than at any time in the past 400 years because of rising summer temperatures, a new study found.
Cognitive neuroscientists are using the newly-developed artificial intelligence networks to enhance the understanding of one of the most elusive intelligence systems from which they learned: the human brain.
Traveling in vehicles with self-driving technology is experienced as more stressful by passengers than journeys with regular cars, a study published by the Kempten University of Applied Sciences finds.
A team of international scientists including Australians have observed electrons outside of their regular orbit for the first time.
An international team of astronomers found new evidences that a few ultraluminous X-ray (ULXs) sources, glowing with X-ray light equal to the total output at all wavelengths of millions of suns, are relatively small neutron stars.
A new theory about the origin of the moon has suggested that the moon was not spun out of the aftermath of a collision, but emerged from a seething, donut-shaped cloud of vaporized rock inside the Earth.
Two independent studies show that the biggest black holes in the universe are growing faster than the rate of stars being formed in their galaxies, meaning that at last the voracious black holes may disappear those massive galaxies.
A 45-year-old telescope in the United States is set to create the largest three-dimensional map of the universe, which could help to solve the mystery of dark energy that is believed to drive the accelerating expansion of the universe.
The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has announced that its New Horizons spacecraft has recently taken the farthest ever images from Earth.
Based on the cooling spiral of recent solar cycles, scientists from University of California, San Diego believe the next “grand-minimum” is just decades away, during which the sun will be 7 percent cooler.