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.
The search for Mars' 'missing' atmospheric carbon has been called off as the planet may not have had a thick ancient atmosphere after all.
A series of laboratory tests show that some terrestrial bacteria would adapt well to the salty and sulfate-rich ocean believed to exist beneath the hard icy shell of Europa.
Adhesive nanoparticles keep sunscreen chemicals from seeping into skin.
Some wait for the check at a restaurant, others for Godot, and still others for a proton to decay, something that's not supposed to happen. Scientists in Japan are watching water in a deep hole, waiting to see the latter and upend particle physics.
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