Science

Red Moon rising on 15 April 2014

A string of four total lunar eclipses is about to illuminate our skies. Starting on 15 April 2014, skywatchers will witness an extraordinary red moon...

Researchers cure liver disorder by fixing mutated gene

Thanks to a new gene-editing system based on bacterial proteins, researchers have cured mice of a rare liver disorder by repairing a mutated gene...

Ocean detected inside Saturn’s moon Enceladus

Researchers have found evidence for a large underground ocean inside Saturn's moon Enceladus...

SA Science Lens competition 2013: a celebration of science

Stunning images of human erythrocytes and wave-like clouds are just two of the winners in the 2013 Science Lens competition. Take a look at the...

Introducing Tower Infinity, an invisible skyscraper

The South Korean government has granted approval to GDS Architects to build Tower Infinity, a 450 m-tall invisible ...

Lunar laser: future of space communications

Future of space communications: researchers for the first time have communicated with a spacecraft using a laser system...

The future of secure air travel

Researchers are developing tech to make flying safer without straining resources or passengers’ patience. Here's the future of secure air travel...

InFORM creates an interactive 3D model of objects

MIT's inFORM Dynamic Shape Display renders 3D content physically so that users can interact with the digital information in a tangible way...

First tremors of the Big Bang support cosmic inflation theory

First direct evidence of cosmic inflation – a theory that the Universe we inhabit burst into existence 13,8 billion years ago in an extraordinary event...

Winning images from the Wellcome Image Awards 2014 are wow

Ever thought of a kidney stone or a nit as exquisite? Probably not, but the winning images of the Wellcome Image Awards 2014 will change...

NuSTAR solves mystery of how supernovas explode

A longstanding mystery of astronomy, how supernovas explode, might finally have been solved with the help of Nasa's NuSTAR ...

Why are men’s noses bigger than women’s?

A new study from the University of Iowa has found that male noses grow disproportionately larger than female noses and explains why this is so...

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