Have you ever wondered how many people in the audience actually heard the Gettysburg Address? How about the Sermon on the Mount or Moses at Sinai?
The "Mobius" bridge, proposed for the Dragon King Harbor River development in Changsha, China, is about to become the craziest bridge anyone ever had to cross.
Physicists from Australia and the United Kingdom have created a new way of measuring matter -- and as a result they now can study the coldest objects in the universe.
Scientists have discovered travelers from beyond our solar system buried under the ice of the South Pole -- not living creatures or space beings but tiny, extra-terrestrial particles known as...
With technology-filled cockpits and modern-day navigational systems, how likely is it for pilots to land at the wrong airport?
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Most invisibility cloaks under development actually make objects more visible overall, not less, scientists have revealed.
Knack was created to be the perfect beast to show off the spectacularly vamped up visual powers of the PlayStation 4 game console.
Amid the superheroes, cult TV shows and video games at New York Comic Con 2013, an observer might consider a panel on science out of place. But theoretical physicist Brian Greene says it's just the...
Does this computer owe its high performance to bizarre quantum effects?