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These sculptures combine interactive art and quantum science

These sculptures combine interactive art and quantum science

Julian Voss-Andreae's work takes the human body and twists it through the lens of quantum physics. With a direct focus on the wave-particle duality, his sculptures offer fluid perspectives where the
Antarctica's seafloor is teeming with life, rare submersible footage shows

Antarctica's seafloor is teeming with life, rare submersible footage shows

The TV series Planet Earth and Our Blue Planet have provided us with some of the most jaw-dropping nature footage ever captured. For BBC America's Planet Earth: Blue Planet II series, which is now
I guess Donald Trump is REALLY into SpaceX now

I guess Donald Trump is REALLY into SpaceX now

President Donald Trump isn't exactly known for his science literacy. He has publicly questioned the need for exercise, called climate change a hoax, and has yet to appoint a science advisor. His pick
Twitter users are twice as likely to retweet fake news stories than authentic ones

Twitter users are twice as likely to retweet fake news stories than authentic ones

President Obama was not injured in a White House explosion in April 2013. The explosion never happened. But according to users on Twitter, it did. A fake news tweet had been sent out from a hijacked
Discover your own planets Google-style with AstroNet

Discover your own planets Google-style with AstroNet

You may remember that in December, a pair of new planets was discovered via machine learning, using NASA data and Google Brain ingenuity. If you’re interested in doing the same, the team behind the
Bones found on an island in 1940 are '99 percent' likely to be Amelia Earhart's

Bones found on an island in 1940 are '99 percent' likely to be Amelia Earhart's

The mystery of Amelia Earhart's disappearance may finally have been solved, thanks to a new forensics study that shows a very high likelihood that bones found on an island in the South Pacific are
Wanna limit global warming to 1.5°C? Get cracking

Wanna limit global warming to 1.5°C? Get cracking

Analysis breaks down what it would take—and it’s a lot.
Science in a bottle: 132-year-old experiment washed ashore in Australia

Science in a bottle: 132-year-old experiment washed ashore in Australia

In the name of science, German vessels threw thousands of bottles into the oceans.
How a string of giant atoms might bring quantum computers to physics labs

How a string of giant atoms might bring quantum computers to physics labs

Giant atoms may be key to creating analog quantum computer, sooner than you think.
Vector founder: “100 percent” confident in first orbital launch this year

Vector founder: “100 percent” confident in first orbital launch this year

"Not to pick on them, but we don't work on SpaceX schedules."
Trump on Falcon Heavy: “I’m so used to hearing different numbers with NASA”

Trump on Falcon Heavy: “I’m so used to hearing different numbers with NASA”

"If the government did it, the same thing would have cost probably 40 or 50 times."

Clocks in Europe are running late because of the Kosovo conflict

For weeks, digital clocks in Europe have been lagging behind. The unexpected source of the problem: Kosovo and Serbia, whose power grid operators can't find common ground.

Trance as a therapy: A hypnosis self-experiment

I used to believe hypnosis was utter nonsense, something that esoteric people with swinging pendulums do. However, a self-experiment taught me how wrong I was. Medical hypnosis can actually work.
Ice Crystals in Diamonds Reveal Pockets of Water Deep in Earth's Mantle

Ice Crystals in Diamonds Reveal Pockets of Water Deep in Earth's Mantle

Diamonds, the super-strong and brilliant crystals of carbon atoms produced under the Earth’s crushing pressures, are typically valued for their beauty and durability. But scientists also value them
Scientists Watch Water Change Phase From a Liquid... to a Liquid

Scientists Watch Water Change Phase From a Liquid... to a Liquid

H20 is oh-so very weird. It’s on the lighter side of gases, but it’s one of the denser liquids. It’s got an abnormally high freezing and melting point, and it is densest when four degrees above its
Forensic Scientist Claims to Have Solved the Amelia Earhart Mystery

Forensic Scientist Claims to Have Solved the Amelia Earhart Mystery

Pioneering aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937, and we’ve been wondering about her fate ever since. A re-examination of a forensic analysis performed in 1941 shows that
Gruesome Scene as Bag Containing 54 Severed Hands Found in Siberia

Gruesome Scene as Bag Containing 54 Severed Hands Found in Siberia

Well here’s something you don’t see everyday: a bag containing 27 pairs of human hands. The grisly discovery was made on a river island near the Siberian city of Khabarovsk, and local police are now
What Pre-Teen Brains Can Do That Adult Brains Can't

What Pre-Teen Brains Can Do That Adult Brains Can't

A popular theory about how the human brain works—one that’s inspired both neuroscience research and sketchy health fads alike—is just plain wrong, suggests a new study published Thursday in Nature.
Brain-Zapping Workout Tech Is Coming to an Equinox Near You

Brain-Zapping Workout Tech Is Coming to an Equinox Near You

Athletes are generally willing to entertain any scientific-sounding trend that promises an edge. For reference: Michael Phelps and cupping or Shaquille O’Neal’s energy-enhancing bracelets. Read
NASA Juno spacecraft sheds light on Jovian atmospheric features

NASA Juno spacecraft sheds light on Jovian atmospheric features

NASA has the spacecraft Juno in orbit around Jupiter right now collecting scientific data about the gas giant and sending it back to Earth for study. The scientists say that the findings will improve