Scientists are using supercomputers and other technologies to create ever-growing libraries of data on the properties of metals, polymers, ceramics and other materials.
Mankind has long been peering into the depths of the sea. From finding fish to avoiding rocks, the ability to see as far as possible through turbid water has been important for thousands of years. More recently, scientists ...
Princess Leia, your Star Wars hologram moment may be redeemed.
Humans might have more in common with fish than previously thought, a new University of Queensland visual illusion study indicates.
Like most artworks in galleries worldwide, visitors haven't been allowed to reach out and touch Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" at its home at the Belvedere museum in Vienna—until now.
How XSEDE's ECSS program is helping researchers understand tornados with scientific visualization and data mining
A dark, greenish sky...a loud roar, similar to a freight train...low-lying clouds - if you see approaching storms or any of the danger signs, take shelter immediately. A tornado might be in your path!
MIT researchers have developed a technique for recovering visual information from light that has scattered because of interactions with the environment—such as passing through human tissue.
Arts and cultural nonprofit organizations promote arts appreciation and strengthen communities by providing a wide range of arts programs in music, theater, visual arts and dance. These organizations rely on donations to ...
NREL supercomputing model provides insights from higher wind and solar generation in the Eastern power grid
A new study from the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) used high-performance computing capabilities and innovative visualization tools to model, in unprecedented detail, ...
Two people in a recording booth deep inside a Connecticut office park are helping millions of blind Americans feel part of the Olympics like never before.