Spinning black holes are capable of complex quantum information processes encoded in the X-ray photons emitted by the accretion disk.
As a former park ranger, I’ve been looking forward to this date for 20 years.
New research suggests the “primordial soup” theory can’t explain how living cells evolved to harness energy.
Regular jogging increases the life expectancy of men by 6.2 years, and women by 5.6 years.
Tailored stem cell treatment could become a reality in the near future.
On the island of New Guinea, researchers have stumbled across two new fascinating species.
The idea of brain uploading is a staple of science fiction, but many take it very seriously.
Could we function in a world void of visual content? How did we get to this point, anyway?
If you want to escape civilisation and head into the unaltered wilderness you may be in for a shock: it doesn’t exist.
When there are advances in any field, there are always those who immediately embrace the new techniques, while others are more reserved.
“…this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth. “
The birthday of French mathematician, physicist and inventor Blaise Pascal is approaching on June 19th, but as far as the calendar is concerned it’s just another day. Sadly, although his legacy stretches 400 years, Pascal’s relative obscurity is undeniable. The likes of Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and Leonardo Da Vinci will always be classed as creators who changed the
“For I have kept from them, and am still keeping from them, that one thing which is above the power of man to make; I have kept from them the germs that float in the air, I have kept them from life.” – Louis Pasteur
The story of Srinivasa Ramanujan, an exceptionally talented, self-taught Indian mathematician, seems to suggest that mathematical ability is something at least partly innate. But what does the evidence say?
Many companies, organizations, and even government agencies rely on solid scientific research from trusted third-party researchers. Below, I will introduce some of the most reliable and well-known research organizations. Next time you want to see how research was conducted, you can be a little more informed on which the most trusted firms in the scientific community. Standard University Research Stanford
An article by Steven B. Newman, Ph.D., Faculty Member, School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math at American Public University Ask most Americans which three astronauts they remember most, and the answers you’ll likely get are Neil Armstrong, John Glenn and Jim Lovell. Armstrong, of course, was the first person to walk on the moon in July of 1969. Glenn is
Remember what they said during World War II: “Loose lips sink ships.” If the data is out there, it could come back and haunt you down the line.
Earlier this year, the province of Ontario celebrated an illustrious milestone: the most populated Canadian province became the first jurisdiction in North America to completely eliminate the use of coal for energy production. The feat, a decade in the making, evidences the province’s commitment to finding and utilizing green energy options. The move also serves as an inspiration to other provinces
Astronomer Carl Sagan once said: “In every country, we should be teaching our children the scientific method and the reasons for a Bill of Rights. With it comes a certain decency, humility and community spirit. In the demon-haunted world that we inhabit by virtue of being human, this may be all that stands between us and the enveloping darkness.”
On Friday 8 April 2016, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched a mission to deliver a spacecraft called Dragon with its payload of supplies and experiments into a trajectory towards the International Space Station (ISS). Most remarkably, the first-stage booster then landed on a ship.