The trouble with the word "nanotechnology" is that it refers mostly to an idea from science fiction and futurism: nanoscopic, self-replicating machines that can turn any piece of matter into another piece of matter in seconds.
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Scientists of the University of Twente in The Netherlands won a prestigious place in the 'Hall of Fame' of videos about fluid-in-motion. They have made a vid...
"Virtual particles" can become real photons under the right conditions.
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Seawater contains abundant Magnesium, approximately 1,800 trillion tons. Magnesium can be smelted with "solar-pumped laser" and used for fuel of automobiles ...
Many of the most exciting discoveries in science are being played out in the human body, writes Brian Clegg
A woman in New York who received a gift of a large mass of some sort of waxy substance is hoping against hope it turns out to that rare, "floating gold" of the sea: whale vomit.
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20 Most Influential Scientists Alive Today - Share Scientists are perhaps the most influential people in the world today. They are responsible not only for the great practical advances in medicine an...
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To explode, the bomb must first be imploded: compress a subcritical spherical fissionable mass (a ball of normal density uranium and other metals) with specially designed explosives. Implosion is the detonation of explosives on the ...
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For more than 40 years, scientists have tried to figure out what's causing large parts of Canada to be missing gravity. Learn about two theories that may explain the phenomenon.