The U.S. space agency NASA’s planet-hunting Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) have observed the rarely-seen aftermath of a star that was violently ripped apart by a supermassive black hole.
Imperial College London announced that one of its scientists has won a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to further his research into cost-effective redox flow batteries.
An international team of scientists found that a collision in the asteroid belt 470 million years ago diversified life on Earth.
Israeli researchers developed efficient, inexpensive, environmentally-friendly and safe hydrogen production technology.
Japanese scientists found a simple way that can separate sperm bearing X-chromosome from those bearing Y-chromosome in mice, making choosing the sex of animals a step closer.
Scientists in the United States and Republic of Korea developed a device that can control neural circuits in animals with a tiny brain implant controlled by a smartphone.
Scientists in the United States developed a kind of remotely-controlled soft robots that can move to a targeted position and be reconfigured into new shapes.
The Chinese and American scientists have engineered a small cockroach-inspired soft robot that can move nimbly and withstand the weight of an adult footstep.
Research of the University of Michigan (UM) has shown that individually human develops emotional, trusting relationships with robotic technology, and the groups that work with robots develop attachments that affect team performance.
NASA’s ARIA (Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis) team has produced a map of earthquake damage in Southern California from the two powerful temblors last week.