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Man photographs Andromeda galaxy, causing the internet's jaw to drop
An amateur astrophotography has captured an incredible image of the Andromeda galaxy, shocking thousands of people online.
Scientists conduct experiment that may change physics forever
Researchers believe they have an experiment that could confirm the fifth state of matter, a discovery that would rock science.
Human DNA used to create world's smallest 'easy-to-use' antenna
A team of scientists has created the world's smallest 'easy-to-use' nanoantenna using human DNA, according to a new study.
Watch this goldfish drive itself around on land in a vehicle
Scientists from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have shown how a goldfish can navigate an unknown environment in a vehicle.
Amazing new camera, the size of a grain of salt, has been created
A new camera the size of a salt grain has been created, capturing images comparable to those from a camera 500,000 times larger.
Conversion of infrared to visible light possible with new breakthrough
Researchers have created a new device to convert infrared frequencies of light into visible light, expanding what detectors see.
Isotopic labelling used to study explosive compounds
Where others have struggled, isotopic labelling has now been used with great success to track the formation of volatile compounds.
Scientists are stumped by these 7 mysteries about our universe
Researchers are yet to understand the universe in its entirety, and these are seven questions that scientists are working on.
New research details using gene editing to make stronger antibiotics
Antibiotic resistance is a massive issue facing humanity right now, but new research is uncovering ways we can use to combat it.
New study details creation of a new ultrahard diamond glass
A new form of ultrahard, diamond-like glass has been synthesised by researchers, giving it extreme strength and heat conductivity.
New phase of matter synthesised, could be found in some planet cores
A new phase of matter has been generated under extreme temperature and pressure, similar to the conditions inside a planet core.
Star eats black hole or neutron star, causes a 'first time' supernova
A black hole or a neutron star has fallen into another star triggering a supernova explosion observed for the first time.
A 'one in a million' brain from 310 million years ago was just found
A new study published in the journal Geology has detailed the discovery of a brain that dates back around 310 million years.
Oldest planet in the Milky Way found, makes Earth look like a child
Astronomers have used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to locate what is believed to be the oldest planet ever found in the Milky Way.
12-year-old boy eats 54 magnets to become magnetic for 'science'
A 12-year-old boy that's really into science experimented on himself by eating 54 magnets to see if he'd become magnetic.
Scientists use Go Pro to go 4,000 feet below ice to find alien stalk
Experts from the British Antarctic Survey drilled through nearly 3,000 feet of ice to discover mystery creatures in Antarctica.
Scientists have found possible signs of life on this planet
Scientists have found some evidence that suggests that a planet that is close to Earth may have signs of life. Here's what we know.
Scientists think there's diamond exoplanets that we could one day mine
Scientists have found the recipe for the universe to cook up a diamond exoplanet, and they believe some would already be out there.
This scary alien-like 'red jellyfish' was captured hovering in the sky
Scientists have captured a phenomenon that has been known about since 1989, and it appears to look like a giant red jellyfish.
LSD use by Americans 'probably tripled' during COVID-19 pandemic
LSD use has been on the uptick since Trump became president, but it has seen LSD use increase by a huge 56% in the last 3 years.
CERN new particle accelerator is double the price and double the size
The new Large Hadron Collider will cost $23 billion, and has a 62-mile circumference.
This bionic eye has the potential of being far better than human eyes
Scientists have created a bionic eye ball that may give blind people the ability to see once again.
Major breakthrough made by Researchers in mind-controlled prosthetics
Amputees are extremely close to being able to control prosthetics in real-time with this new breakthrough.
One of the biggest questions in science may have just been answered
Researchers may have just cracked one of the biggest secrets in the world of science - Dark Matter.
A cure for diabetes has been found, stem cells to be the answer
A cure for diabetes is on the horizon using stem cell research as its foundation.
Researchers use stem cells to 3D print the world's first human cornea
Scientists have 3D printed the world's first cornea in hopes of one day curing blindness for patients.
Chernobyl nuclear fallout being healed by... radiation absorbing Fungi
Fungi that is attracted to radiation is slowly, but surely neutralising the Chernobyl nuclear fallout.
Jeff Bezos slides $10 billion across the table to fight Climate Change
Amazon founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos has pledged $10 billion dollars to battle Climate Change.
Today marks first global palindrome day in 909 years, next = 101 years
Today is that special that it won't happen again for another 101 years!
Google assisted in this extremely high-resolution map of brain neurons
This 3D map of 25,000 brain neurons marks a major milestone in understanding how neurons work.
The International Space Station is launching into the LEGO universe
For just $69 you can build your own model of the International Space Station.
Silicon chip used to create a nano hair-sized particle accelerator
Scientists have used a silicon chip to create a particle accelerator less than a hair's width in size.
Chinese scientists successfully created a laboratory 'pig-monkey'
Scientists in China have mixed monkey cells with a pig embryo and made the first 'pig-monkey'
NASA's closest Sun probe flyby gave scientists 'mind-blowing' results
NASA's Parker Solar Probe has given us insight on how solar winds occur.
What's the cure for Climate Change? This scientists says cannibalism
Are you prepared to eat your neighbour?
Penis and scrotum surgery is rock solid, erections rise again
14-hour operation transplants penis and scrotum, patient can have 'near-normal' erections and can orgasm.
Paralyzed man walks again using brain-controlled exoskeleton
Exoskeleton suit helps mostly paralyzed man to walk again.
New superconductor discovery could change energy efficiency forever
Energy efficiency could be upgraded exponentially with this new superconductor discovery.
Elon Musk says AI is more dangerous than North Korea
Musk decided to raise awareness again by tweeting that AI is a bigger risk than North Korea.
Microsoft does the impossible, uses actual synthetic DNA to store data
Microsoft is teaming up with Twist Bioscience to create synthetic DNA as a storage platform.
Robots already have our jobs, but Neil deGrasse Tyson says don't worry
Robots have already taken over our jobs, but Neil deGrasse Tyson says you shouldn't be worried about the future.
Scientists invent neural lace, can connect your brain to a computer
We're now one step closer to Skynet, with scientists developing a tiny mesh sensor that integrates with your brain.
Stephen Hawking warns alien viruses could wipe out mankind
Stephen Hawking postulates that aliens visiting earth will be like Columbus discovering the Americas.
Robot professional seeks ban to stop development of sex robots
No robotic sexy time!
New electroactive material could pave way for synthetic androids
Ras Labs has created a unique hyper-adaptive synthetic material that might one day flesh out androids.
Astronauts believe it's only a matter of time before man heads to Mars
Seems like only a matter of time before man heads to Mars.
Famed astronaut Buzz Aldrin shares his 'master plan' for Mars
Buzz Aldrin has a plan for manned missions to Mars.
NASA begins year-long Mars isolation experiment on Earth
NASA shows its increasing interest in Mars.
Researchers working on exoskeleton controllable by brainwaves
NASA researchers learning from gecko grippers, helping inspire new R&D