How were fossil tracks made by Early Triassic swimming reptiles so well preserved?
A type of vertebrate trace fossil gaining recognition in the field of paleontology is that made by various tetrapods (four-footed land-living vertebrates) as they traveled through water under buoyant or semibuoyant ...
CT scan taken of mummified remains in statue
Smart bottles make use of printed sensor tags
Researchers bring clean energy a step closer
For nearly half a century, scientists have been trying to replace precious metal catalysts in fuel cells. Now, for the first time, researchers at Case Western Reserve University have shown that an inexpensive metal-free catalyst ...
Pebble turns to crowdfunding (again) for latest smartwatch
Pen draws flexible circuits using half-meter long carbon nanotube fibers
Magnetic material's unusual heating effect could fry cancer cells at the perfect temperature
Research of plain wren duets could help further understand fundamentals of conversation
Known for their beautiful singing duets, plain wrens of Costa Rica perform precise phrase-by-phrase modifications to the duration between two consecutive phrases, achieving careful coordination as their songs ...
New filter could advance terahertz data transmission
University of Utah engineers have discovered a new approach for designing filters capable of separating different frequencies in the terahertz spectrum, the next generation of communications bandwidth that ...
Belgian groups deem Facebook's updated terms of service agreement unlawful in Europe
What's the brightest star in the sky, past and future?
What's the brightest star you can see in the sky tonight?
Data-driven audience targeting expands to drone tests in LA
Untangling DNA with a droplet of water, a pipet and a polymer
Researchers have long sought an efficient way to untangle DNA in order to study its structure - neatly unraveled and straightened out - under a microscope. Now, chemists and engineers at KU Leuven, in Belgium, ...
New process recycles valuable rare earth metals from old electronics
Scientists at the Critical Materials Institute have developed a two-step recovery process that makes recycling rare-earth metals easier and more cost-effective.