Ozone layer seems to be on a road to recovery as Satellite images indicate that the hole in the protective layer, which was prominent over Antarctica, is the smallest seen in the past decade.
Researchers have created wires using liquid metal that can stretch up to eight times their original length while retaining its conduction properties.
Four Nigerian girls aged between 14 and 15 have unveiled their creation – a urine-powered generator that is capable of generating six hours of electricity using a liter of pee.
Sun’s dramatic filament eruption that occurred on August 31 has been captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory and has been made available online for astronomy enthusiasts to see.
Researchers over at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have managed to create an ultra-thin 60 nanometers flat lens that has the capability of focusing light without the distortions of conventional lenses used in present-day photography.
Home and office Wi-Fi routers can be connected together to form a communications network that can act as a fall back mechanism for emergency responders if the prime means of communications like the mobile phone networks fail, German scientists have claimed.
DARPA, under its THz Electronics program, has designed a solid state receiver capable of gain at THz (terahertz) frequencies thus inching towards the possibilities of transistor-based electronics that will operate at THz frequencies.
Ever thought of fooling an iris recognition system as Tom Cruise does in the movie Minority Report? Well this may just be possible now as results of a new research, which is to be released by academics of Spain and US at the Black Hat security conference, reveal.
Graphene, the wonder material, has reinforced its worthiness of the title it holds by helping out in the artificial photosynthesis process by acting as a photocatalyst.