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Researchers say they have found a way to turn some of the fantasies seen in the movie Inception into a reality.
Harry Potter had one, and maybe one day so will you, if the new invisibility cloak method described in the New Journal of Physics comes to fruition.
Dragon completed another successful resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on Tuesday after undocking, returning to Earth and making a planned splashed down in the Pacific.
An international team of researchers say they have discovered that the giant squid's DNA stretches across the globe, meaning the ocean beasts intermingle and mate throughout the world.
According to a new study, hunting in the African rainforests doesn't just jeopardize animal populations – it can also have lasting consequences for fruit trees as well as other forms of forest vegetation.
Researchers have started developing new batteries and other large-scale storage devices to stockpile surplus clean energy so they can store and deliver it on demand. However, fossil fuel required to build these technologies could negate some of the benefits of installing new solar and wind farms.
Researchers claim they have developed a solar-to-fuel roadmap for crystalline silicon, opening up a potential future system that efficiently harvests sunlight to make storable fuel.
New research reported in the journal Animal Cognition claims that dogs are able to pick out faces of other dogs on a computer screen, and can group them into a category of their own.
A 21-page document aiming to help with oil spill plans in the Arctic Ocean is apparently not good enough, according to environmentalists, who add the guidelines are vague and do not define corporate liability over such accidents.
Duke University Engineers have developed a sensor for technologies like airport security scanners that is more efficient, versatile and cheaper.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.