When landing Apollo 11 in 1969, astronauts looked out the window for distinguishing features that they recognized from maps of the Moon and were ready… Read More »New Automated Technology Allows Unparalleled Space Exploration
Superconductors, materials during which electricity flows with no resistance whatsoever might be extremely useful for future electronics. Now, engineers at the University of Tokyo have… Read More »First Time Scientists Make Superconductor By Using Fifth-State Of Matter
Research on mice taken to the International space platform (ISS) has found a protein that would help combat ageing and help in the development of… Read More »Scientists Have Discovered An Anti-Ageing Protein
Ordinarily, when using an off shelf 3D printer, it’s quite difficult to print one object that comes with multiple materials. An experimental new system could… Read More »New Filament Tech Can Build Multi-Material Items By 3D Printers
SOFIA has detected water molecules (H2O) in Clavius Crater, one of the most important craters visible from Earth, located in the Moon hemisphere. Previous analysis… Read More »NASA SOFIA Discovers Water On Sunlit Surface Of Moon
New research has analyzed brainwave patterns in both children & young adults while they wrote by hand and as they typed on keyboard. The results… Read More »New Study Finds Brain Activity Differences Between Handwriting And Typing
A top goal in cosmology is to exactly measure the entire amount of matter in universe, a difficult exercise for even the foremost mathematically proficient.… Read More »Scientists Precisely Measure Total Amount Of Matter In The Universe
A physics student at the University of Queensland recently published a paper indicating they’d ‘squared’ the maths when it involves time travel. Not only should… Read More »Physicist Says You Can Do Time Travel But…..
Everything we all know may be a lie, people. I hate to break it to, but most of us are believing a false claim for… Read More »If We Use 100% Of Our Brain, What Would Happen?