Researchers have discovered a way to mass produce tiny, cell-sized robots that could be used for industrial or biomedical monitoring.
Known as glycine, it can generate enough electricity to power smartphones and electronics found in cars.
In the past five years, 74 cities have voted to remove fluoride from their drinking water, despite thousands of studies showing it prevents cavities.
The silk fibers produced by Bombyx mori, the domestic silkworm, has been prized for millennia as a strong yet lightweight and luxurious material.
The particle’s most precise measurement yet suggests the LHC isn’t large enough
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Extremely strong vibration during large impacts, landslides and earthquakes allow rock to flow
Giovanni Aldini’s experiments with a human corpse.
It is assumed, but not experimentally verified, that antimatter masses will behave the same as matter masses in a gravitational field.
A fast-pulsing beam creates a tiny shock wave to dispel water droplets in the air