Could another part of the Europa life equation be locked in the water-rock chemical reactions we are familiar with on Earth?
We hear the word "awesome" used often in everyday speech, but true, rarely felt awe can do wonders for the mind and body.
Laboratory test on ice compression has revealed that Jupiter's icy moon's crust could generate a surprising amount of heat, opening a new window into understanding the moon's potentially life-giving ocean.
The chemicals necessary for the formation of life have been detected in lab-grown comet ice -- a discovery that could have huge implications for discovering how life as we know it was spawned.
Low-cost surfacing solution melts ice and snow by running an electric charge through the concrete itself. Continue reading →
Everybody wants to burn fat and show that waistline who's boss. But what happens to the tummy we trim? Does it just disappear into thin air? Sort of, yeah.
Elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 have met criteria for discovery, making them the first elements to be added to the periodic table since 2011.
What's in a tear? It depends why it was shed.
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