The answer lies in a special combination of mass, size and material properties
Last week, Paul Allen and a colleague challenged the prediction that computers will soon exceed human intelligence. Now Ray Kurzweil, the leading proponent of the “Singularity,” offers a rebuttal.
The companies are turning abundant materials, and even waste materials, into fuels, chemicals, and building materials.
How many other cameras require you to throw them?
A video showing how water droplets freeze reveals a beautiful but unexpected phenomenon
A group of what we might call red-white-and-blue-hat hackers thinks it’s downright patriotic to tweak your electric vehicle.
Nobody knows why particles form into jets when caught in a blast wave, but a new video casts some light on the conundrum.
R.I.P. “dmr,” who transformed the face of modern computing.
A reanalysis of historical observations suggest Earth narrowly avoided an extinction event just over a hundred years ago.
Scientists can control the number of stripes in the bacterial bulls-eye by tweaking a single gene.