Quasicrystals: Somewhere between order and disorder

Professionally speaking, things in David Damanik's world don't line up – and he can prove it. In new research that's available online and slated for publication in July's issue of the Journal of the American Mathematical ...

How young adults cope with employment uncertainty

Young adults don’t necessarily have ‘identity crises’ when it comes to flexible labour markets and job insecurity, concludes a new study published by Bristol University. The study, Constructing coherence: young adults’ ...

Stem cells may look malignant, not act it

Call it the cellular equivalent of big glasses, a funny nose and a fake mustache. Bone marrow stem cells attracted to the site of a cancerous growth frequently take on the outward appearance of the malignant cells around ...

Flat, Flexible, Wireless Power Source Can Go Anywhere

A team of Japanese researchers has created a novel wireless power-transmission device that is thin, flat, and flexible. Based on a sheet of plastic, the device can be put on desks, floors, walls, and almost any other location, ...

U.S. electric vehicle research funded

The U.S. Department of Energy has selected five next-generation vehicle research projects to share in $19 million in government funding.

China and Russia aiming for Mars

China and Russia aim to send an unmanned spacecraft to Mars in 28 months, it was reported Tuesday.

STS-118 pennant design winner selected

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has selected the winner of the "NASA Space Pennant Design Challenge."

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