On Wednesday, U.S. government scientists announced a crucial step forward in the long journey toward making nuclear fusion — the mechanism that generates power to stars – a viable energy source for humanity. Using the world’s most giant laser, the ...

Frogs, unlike their salamander counterparts, cannot restore severed limbs, but an intriguing new experiment reveals that under the appropriate circumstances, frogs may partly rebuild their missing body parts. A unique therapy that allowed African clawed frogs (Xenopus laevis) to partly ...

In one area of Guinea, monkeys were discovered to crack and consume nuts. In contrast, others rejected the idea even when handed tools, a study released on Monday showed that the distinction might throw insights into their cultural practices. Humans ...

Webb Telescope has completed its million-mile voyage. Now comes the tricky part. On January 8, 2022, nearly 500,000 kilometers behind our planet, possibly humankind’s most significant technical feat came to completion. The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) was deployed entirely ...

According to experts, the Earth’s core is cooling faster than previously believed, which might hasten the planet’s eventual march toward uninhabitability in millions or billions of years. For the duration of Earth’s 4.5 billion-year history, the planet’s interior has been ...

A group of astrophysicists may soon have a key to unraveling the puzzle of life’s beginnings. On December 25, the James Webb Space Telescope was launched into orbit from French Guiana, South America. Webb is the biggest and most powerful ...

NASA is well-known for finding out useful and unique ideas in difficult moments. The American space agency is attempting something different once again: it wants to recycle human waste such as the carbon dioxide we eliminate from our lungs or ...

Other stars in the universe are millions of years older than our Sun. Despite this, scientists are already attempting to determine when the Sun will die. The process is more complicated than just stating a time and place.It is, after ...

According to recent research, 152 billion tonnes of freshwater – comparable to 20 times Loch Ness or 61 million Olympic-sized swimming pools – flooded the waters surrounding the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia as the megaberg A68A melted over three ...

Henize 2-10, a dwarf galaxy, continues to surprise scientists’ predictions. Black holes, often depicted as the deadly creatures of cosmos, ripping apart stars, devouring everything that gets too near, and trapping light, are now taking on a less evil role ...