The world is aging, and with age comes vision decline. New research may have found how to improve eyesight in an accessible way.
For the very first time, an AR contact lens was worn on the eye of a human subject. And it has about 30 times the pixel density of an iPhone.
With its very first deep-field view of the Universe now released, the James Webb Space Telescope has shown us our cosmos as never before.
In 1966, Disney announced his intention to build Epcot, an acronym for “Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow.”
The pandemic has given us an early glimpse at how truly disruptive the fourth industrial revolution may be, and the measures we'll need to support human dignity.
Spotty connectivity isn’t going to jeopardize Ukraine’s drone attacks.
Two types of nanotechnology, metalenses and metamaterials, could soon make Harry Potter's invisibility cloak a reality.
Despite all that we've learned about the Universe, there remain unanswered, and possibly unanswerable, questions. Could "God" be the answer?
Forget billions and billions. When it comes to the number of galaxies in the Universe, both theorists' and observers' estimates are too low.
Known as primordial black holes, they could thoroughly change our Universe's history. But the evidence is strongly against them.
Javelin missiles have been an effective force multiplier, the latter-day equivalent of the sling that David used against Goliath.
Are the stellar remnants in our cosmic backyard actually our parents and grandparents?
The scientists, not the fossil fuel industry, were right all along. Back in 1990, the world’s top climate scientists convened to put together a report on the state of Earth’s climate. […]
More than 200 years ago, scientists tried to figure out how bats navigate in the dark (or without eyes). This set in motion a series of events that led to the development of ultrasound as a form of psychotherapy.
When you mix science with speculation, you get speculation. But the underlying science is still real. Whenever you hear the phrase, “it’s just a theory,” it should trigger alarm bells in […]
Science doesn't fit neatly into ideology.
Chemical engineers have developed a way to protect transplanted drug-producing cells from immune system rejection.
The Mayan calendar is revered for its impeccable accuracy. Now, a recent excavation in Guatemala reveals how the system developed over time.