Now, before you travel, do not have to order a taxi to the airport, one can reach in his luggage.
Violation of one of the oldest empirical laws of physics has been demonstrated by researchers from the University of Bristol.
Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine Yeshiva University have developed the first fluorescent protein that enables clearly "see" the internal organs of living organisms, eliminating the need to use a scalp or a diagnostic imaging technique that can have side effects or unnecessarily expose the body to radiation..
The combination of the two most common materials - graphite and water, can afford to create the energy storage system that will not only demonstrate the efficiency comparable to that of lithium-ion batteries, but also surpass them of indicators such as the rate of recharge, which takes a matter of seconds, and the service life ..
Shock generating energy, which can be mounted on the car’s suspension is able to absorb the energy that occurs when driving on rough roads and convert it into electricity, increasing the efficiency of fuel consumption by 1-8%.
With practice, the terrorists are becoming more successful. A new mathematical model shows an increase in the number of fatal attacks over time.
Robots will soon be able to feel heat or gentle touch to their surface.
In the laboratory, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf set a new world record in the magnetic field 91.4 Tesla.
A scientist tries to create the largest computer in the world, which will be similar to the human brain.
New research has shown that the meat has been grown using techniques of generating muscle tissue, the so-called ’cultured meat’, would generate 96% less greenhouse gas emissions than the usual.
Imagine that you can insert the memory card into the brain, just as it is shown in the "Matrix" where a way to learn martial arts.
European aerospace giant EADS on Sunday unveiled its plans for a "green supersonic transport" (English "Zero Emission Hypersonic Transportation" or Zehst).
Scientists have found the root of the problem of gray hair that will develop methods for the return of hair luster of youth.
With the largest particle accelerator in the world, researchers have created a very hot and dense matter, has ever existed on Earth, which is 100,000 times the hot center of the sun.
On Wednesday passed the test the next generation of global Internet protocol address, which will replace the existing protocol that supports only 4.3 billion unique addresses.
Experts predict that by 2015, every person will account for more than two devices connected to the Internet. In total, the number of such devices will reach 15 billion.
Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have found a way to halve the amount of fuel consumed by the industrial equipment.
Researchers have found a way to observe the formation of words in the human brain.
Researchers have created a reducer that by changing the movement of light around an object, making it visually less.
Scientists from Imperial College London, conducted the most precise measurements of the form of the electron. They found that the electron is in shape - it’s almost a perfect sphere. The research is published in the journal Nature.
Swedish researchers have developed a way to harvest energy beats of the heart - about 1-1.5 watts, with a tiny implantable power plant.
Japanese developers have presented on Wednesday electric vehicle that overcomes more than 300 kilometers before the battery sits.
"Human beings in general resemble the computer," - said Jian-Jun Shu, a professor at the school of aviation and mechanical engineering Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
The last few years, scientists have used quantum dots to increase light absorption and overall efficiency of the solar panels.
The world’s first paper computers will revolutionize the world of interactive devices.
Intel has announced that the company has once again found a way to make computer chips are faster, more economical and compact.
Duty to preserve a significant amount of antihydrogen will answer the question of where the antimatter falls - up or down.
Information density reached its limit: Gerhard Rempe and colleagues from the Max Planck Institute in Garching, Germany, retained quantum information on a single atom.
Qualcomm is told that their next Snapdragon processors will play on mobile phones in a level playing modern games consoles.
Two separate research groups have set a world record in speed fiber optic data transmission - 100 terabits of information per second. That’s enough to download a second three months of HD video or 250 bilateral Blu-ray discs.
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have found a way to significantly improve the efficiency of energy conversion. They came up with the use of small viruses to perform fine assembly work at the microscopic level.
These particles disappeared immediately after the occurrence, but for a split second they were the heavy particles of antimatter that has ever been produced in the laboratory.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have created a range of soft, elastic gels that change color when exposed to ultraviolet light (UV) and again become the original color when UV rays are removed or the material is heated.
Aki Suokas, Finnish aeronautical engineer completed this week, creating a unique single aircraft. The project was presented at the air show Aero Friedrichshafen. The aircraft received the name FlyNano.
Google has invested in the future the largest power tower in the world of 168 million dollars.
Despite the fact that hybrid cars are designed to be more environmentally friendly alternative to conventional cars, they are still dependent on the voracious internal combustion engine, which was invented 100 years ago.
Mythbusters Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman, have earned a reputation of fearless explorers, for the countless number of experiments conducted with explosives.
Three scientists from the University of California at San Diego, carefully counted the number of business data that is processed by computer servers around the world.
The Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest destroyer of atoms in the next few months could detect a new elementary particle, which will demonstrate the existence of previously unknown to us natural power.
Scientists have recently learned practical solution literally from the waste pile, describing a key step toward the use of billions of pounds of waste chicken feathers produced each year to produce one of the most important types of plastic.