Tech & Science
The network of homes will generate, store and feed energy back into the grid, helping solve the state's energy crisis.
The system could turn into a “runaway submarine with enough nuclear arsenals to destroy a continent," says researcher Zhu Min.
The mammoth rocket will blast off—or just explode—Tuesday.
The research team came to their hypothesis after analyzing rocks, lakes, and glaciers.
Universal basic income has already been rolled out in places like Kenya and Finland.
The project is expected to cost more than $1 billion.
The state is welcoming all aliens and alien-seekers with a fresh itinerary.
Participants' short-term memory was assessed through a digit-recall test.
Despite no deaths, dozens were still hospitalized.
"NONE said they wished they'd watched more TV."
The campaign, which launched on September 28 and is still running, has since surpassed his goal by more than $23,000.
The tomb was found near the Giza Pyramids.
Not only does Abby recognize her name, she even remembers the commands her family taught her a decade ago.
The list of chemicals required by law to carry a warning is constantly changing. Soon, the wording of the warning will change, too.
Most are willing to give partners who are bad at sex a second chance.
Being male also heightens the risk.
Cheetahs keep their eyes on the prize with the help of a strong sense of balance.
His body was found next to his stone lover.
They even raised money for his funeral.
In the way that cannons use gunpowder to launch a projectile, railguns use electromagnetic energy.
The rover used its arm and camera ensemble to take a selfie on the Red Planet's Vera Rubin Ridge.
Dexter didn't make it on the plane, and neither will fake service animals.
Why do we have seemingly extra amino acids in our genetic code? Quantum chemistry borrowed from space to find the answer.
The Florida nurse recounts recent moments in the hospital that have made her cringe.
Carbon left from their high-seafood diet made dating the skeletons impossible until now.
A magic trick turns the universe into a giant magnifying glass.
The research centers on the recently discovered glymphatic system.
Turning off these cells could be an effective way to reduce unnecessary anxiety.
The discovery was made after authorities received reports of illegal excavations in the area.
A new study counted more than 3,000 illnesses and several human deaths from the sprays.