Rising tensions over potential blockades, even conflict, with China may be changing Taiwan's nuclear 2025 free-power policy.
Radiative decay is a crucial component in measuring time in a nuclear clock but researchers have never managed to measure it as accurately as now.
The research was carried out on broiler chickens, which are raised for commercial meat production.
This new study paves the way for the development of clinical treatments for the elderly population, which could eventually reverse hearing loss to some extent in the future.
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The space agency's MBR Explorer aims to explore seven asteroids and land on the rare red space rock (269), known as Justitia.
"Magnetic fields are really fun to think about. It’s incredible that animals can activate their brain in this way, and we can’t.”
The FDA has officially deemed WSU CRISPR-modified pig meat fit for human consumption. This could prove revolutionary for global food supplies.
Nature and evolution might be the greatest inventors ever. Here are some examples of fundamental mechanical devices nature cooked up before us.
On April 26, the $90 million Hakuto-R Moon lander should have had a gentle touchdown but it ended up crashing into the moon ultimately leading to its destruction.
Discover the heartwarming story of brush-tailed bettongs, the mini marsupials making a triumphant comeback in southern Australia.