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Technologists have devised a variety of ways in which lithium batteries can be tweaked to improve battery density, and maybe more importantly, battery safety.
Astronomers have found tantalizing new evidence that strengthens the case for a ninth planet beyond Neptune — but some still doubt its existence.
What is this, a house for one-celled organisms?
Artist’s conception of a hot Eyeball planet. The permanent day side is sun-baked and dry. The permanent night side is covered with…
Researchers spent four years looking for Chinese giant salamanders and only found 24 – and that’s not even the worst bit of news
These small devices have become so commonplace that it's easy to forget that they are a technological marvel.
Deltahedrons are solids made entirely of equilateral triangles, and they are infinite in number. However, there are only eight that can be convex.
The impacts of artificial lighting on human health are not fully understood, but many scientists say enough is known to warrant dramatic changes now.
The small moons that orbit in Saturn’s rings have a range of odd shapes, all of which may have come from smaller moonlets crashing into one another and merging
Mushrooms will help us stave off climate change, save the bees, fight PTSD and, most importantly, make a more affordable motorcycle jacket.
A new experiment hints at surprising hidden mechanics of quantum superpositions.
We use the term frequently to describe car engines, but where does the term actually come from? And what is one horsepower equal to?
Hungarian archaeologists think they have an explanation for an unusual form of mummification, but their solution poses a new mystery.
We used to believe peppers were spicy to deter mammals from eating them, but it turns out that's not the case.
This simple but systematic and ubiquitous interpretive error constitutes what might well be the single biggest mistake in the history of modern science and philosophy.
Weird waves that whisper through the ionosphere have also been discovered inside the plasma of nuclear fusion reactors. They could help stop runaway electrons.
Rodentologists are racking their brains trying to figure out how to tackle this furry menace.
OK look, this is news to me, and even though I got roasted by my editors for only just learning this, I bet it’s news to some of you too: You can leave a glass of water out for months, and so long as it was properly cleaned, it’s not going to make you sick.
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