Carbon dioxide just so happens to make up 95 percent of the atmosphere on Mars. Coincidence? We think not.
The new lithium cells can last 25 years, charge an electric vehicle in minutes, and can't start on fire.
The agency wants a reactor that could power future missions on the moon.
Here's what the research says (so far).
How did scientists find them? One big-ass telescope.
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Some archaeological deposits only look like bacterial cells and carbon-based molecules.
Keep calm and make sure your password isn't on this list.
Maybe you should throw out those vegetarian spring rolls...
In a win for the right-to-repair movement, individuals will gain access to manuals, tools, and parts.
To avoid this scenario happening to you, here's what you need to know about donating your body to science.
And they could really make them green.
Don't let the name fool you—these storms can hit any part of the East Coast.
Leptospirillum ferriphilum could be the solution to mining pollution.
A startup has revealed a large new steel tire that works with hydraulics.
“To hack a human being is to get to know that person better than they know themselves.”
Pumped hydropower is great. This method might be even better.
Banning the technology comes right when Facebook is also trying to pivot its public image toward its new parent company, Meta.
It's probably in this weird particle.
Stephen Hawking was right: Black holes simply cannot shrink.
The truly massive “Central Solenoid” will weigh 1,000 tons when assembled.
It could be a major win for nuclear fusion.
Don't get stuck with dreaded mounds of extra Hershey bars this year.
We spoke to right-to-repair experts to see if this promise is actually the real deal.