Creating Metallic Water – While Dodging an Explosion From Violent Chemistry

In the feature image, On the right is the drop with a layer of water,… Read More

Artificial Intelligence Helps to Resolve Long-Running Astrophysics Debate on Supermassive Black Holes

According to astronomers, black holes with masses equal to thousands of suns do put a… Read More

The Latest Study Between Arrhythmia and Coffee Consumption – Good News

UCSF Cardiology scientists report no connection between arrhythmia and coffee consumption. In the biggest research… Read More

Twisted Deja Vu: How the Universe Is Exhibited Near Black Holes

In the proximity of black holes, space is so warped that even light rays may… Read More

New Technology Opens the Gate to the Next Generation of Data Processing

New technology paves the way for enhanced data processing in both classical and quantum regimes.… Read More

For The First Time Ultrathin Semiconductors Equipped With Superconducting Contacts

For the first time, scientists from the University of Basel have implemented ultrathin semiconductors with… Read More

Macropinocytosis: Cancer Cells Consume Themselves to Endure Life-Threatening Damage

It is the membrane of cancer cells that is at the center of the new… Read More

Innovative Battery Technology Sets Flying Cars on the Horizon

Robot housemaids, Jet packs, and flying cars were all promises for the 21st century. Instead,… Read More

Bacteria-Sized Metallic Microrobots Decompose Microplastic

Ranging from urban environments to pristine wilderness, tiny pieces of plastic are everywhere. It is… Read More

Economical and Green: Underground Storage of Carbon Captured Directly From Air

New research reveals that geological storage of low-purity carbon dioxide mixed with nitrogen and oxygen… Read More