Science

Self-healing batteries open up a world of possibilities

Snap this self-healing batteries clean in half and like a healing wound it will pull itself back together. Within seconds the battery resumes its delivery....

5 creepy science articles to prepare for any eventuality

Creepy science articles might sound like the plot of a B-grade horror movie, but in this case it's not quite as absurd. Click to read...

Saturn’s mysterious hexagon changed colour

The giant mysterious hexagon surrounding Saturn's North Pole now has one more mystery. NASA's Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn noticed the peculiar change...

Research shows jumping spiders can hear

A new study has discovered that jumping spiders have a far acuter sense of hearing than previously thought....

Robot sweats to cool off

Robot sweats to cool off

This robot sweats with assistance from a unique cooling mechanism that evaporates water to cool its motors. Watch the video to check it out....

15 facts about the International Space Station

Here are 15 things you might not have known about the International Space Station. Some interesting insights about the International Space Station....

Goodbye, MythBusters

Goodbye, MythBusters

After filming the final episode of the phenomenon that was Mythbusters, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage reflect on the series that redefined science....

What is happening with today’s nutrition research?

The sugar industry paid off scientists in the 1960s. What about nutrition research today? ResearchGate spoke with the chief scientific adviser......

Clearing the air of atmospheric pollution

Atmospheric pollution is a given in South Africa’s industrial heartland, the Vaal Triangle. An innovative project that leverages Big Data and the Internet of Things...

Tiangong-1 space station is falling back to Earth

Chinese officials appear to have confirmed what many observers have long suspected: that China is no longer in control of its space station, the Tiangong-1....

New single-dose malaria treatment

A new single-dose malaria treatment could save 500,000 lives and help 200 million people. A study published recently in Nature identifies new compounds to fight...

Psittacosaurus: the most accurate dinosaur replica ever made

Scientists used laser imaging to discover what the Psittacosaurus dinosaur looked like, uncovering details about its habitat in the process....

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