In July 2022, the James Webb Telescope — the largest cosmic infrared observatory ever launched — sent its data to an international team of researchers at NASA.
Many people are afraid of rats; however, they can be incredibly useful!
Space is a real Pandora's box, holding a million mysteries that still baffle humanity. For more than twenty years, one of these mysteries has been how new stars form and why their births are so irregular.
British clothing brand Vollebak has released a jacket that the company says will help you survive anything, even an apocalypse.
For a long time now, we have heard that a 3D printer is capable of miracles: it can be used to print toys, spare parts for equipment, decorative items, and even medical prostheses. However, there is still yet more to come!
Researchers from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia surveyed more than 300 people from 10 countries worldwide to examine how regularly listening to podcasts affects their lifestyle and character.
Our editors have repeatedly written about how many opportunities are hidden in computer games, the scope of which stretches beyond recreational forms and even reaches as far as medicine.
It is almost impossible to find a person who does not use a phone or computer today. However, many are still uneasy about recording their thoughts or drafting reports online.
It appears that tautology can indicate an object's continuous characteristics, allowing you to understand it better.
Discovering a method for rapidly regenerating organs and tissues is a task that scientists worldwide have been struggling with over many years.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have found a new kind of cell that develops in human bronchioles and plays a crucial role in the respiratory system.
It is virtually impossible to imagine the current world without plastic. It is almost ubiquitous: plastic is used in food production, everyday items, and even clothing.
EVs are not as popular as conventional cars because they have a long charge time and a low battery capacity. This means that a vehicle can usually travel only for 120 kilometers (75 miles).
Since the COVID-19 pandemic and the theory that bats carry the coronavirus, many scientists have become interested in how disease arises and develops in the animal-human relationship.
The IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters research center has created a new lightweight lower-body exoskeleton made of carbon fiber.
The potential of AI is limitless, and scientists continue developing this field of knowledge, trying to create a full-fledged analog of the human brain capable of computing and thinking, creating, and even creating.
Hardly anyone has ever questioned that a healthy brain and alcohol consumption are mutually exclusive.
According to a new study from the University of Michigan, humans are becoming distrustful of robots. After making numerous mistakes, it is almost impossible for AI systems to regain their credibility.