University of Cambridge physicists have created an engine that is one million times smaller than an ant.
No, this isn’t Frankenstein, scientists are studying on how people who were clinically declared dead back to life.
Space physicists say that they now have a treasure trove of information about how Pluto’s atmosphere interacts with the solar wind.
An issue has been an accurate prediction of the size of the “bootstrap current”—a self-generating electric current—and an understanding of what carries the current at the edge of plasmas in doughnut-shaped facilities called tokamaks.
IBM believes it can demonstrate an experimental chip that will prove the power of quantum computers in just a few years.
An older technology once de rigueur for preventing spacecraft gadgetry from getting too hot or too cold has been resurrected and repurposed for an emerging class of small satellites now playing an increasingly larger role in space exploration, technology demonstration, and scientific research.
Scientists have an idea of what’s inside of an atom, and gives a descriptive picture with 3D imagery.
Recent studies have also suggested that some electrical activity and blood flow continues after brain cell death, just not enough to allow for the whole body to function.
Time to break the standard model of physics?