Europe stalls on developing energy storage
Energy storage systems store energy incoming from solar panels and other renewable-energy technologies.
10 Tips for Staying Fit at an All-Inclusive Resort
You're on vacation, after all. Here are some ways to feel good about keeping your fitness goals even when visiting an all-inclusive resort.
The Top 15 Hotel Brands
The largest property in the Six Senses portfolio is the 113-room Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, in Chengdu, the brand's first foray into China.
Astronomers discover extremely luminous nova
First nova ever found in Small Magellanic Cloud is studied in multiple wavelengths.
Auroras at Jupiter's poles act independently
Researchers take advantage of rare opportunity to observe polar regions through Juno mission and space telescopes.
'Snowball Earth' may have helped give rise to Earth's first animals
Those new conditions perfectly allowed algae to spread across the globe. That then created the burst of energy needed for more complex organisms to thrive.
Artificial muscles could one day help robots lift massive objects
A team of researchers has created a new artificial muscle that could help robots lift far beyond their own body weight.
Global warming still likely to harm marine protected areas, study reports
Scientists have found that global warming is still on pace to harm the Earth's oceans.
NASA preparing to try and touch the Sun
NASA is gearing up to send its Parker Solar Probe on a bold mission to touch the Sun.
Iran sues the U.S. for breaching nuclear deal: reports
The Iran government has filed a lawsuit against the United States over President Donald Trump's decision.
Top 10 Things to Do In San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful places on Earth with painted cityscapes, rolling hills, and parks that are to die for. It's hard to even see it as a city with the organic feel of its streets and places.
Iran government orders reopening of nuclear plant: reports
The Iran government on Wednesday ordered a formerly unused nuclear plant to resume operations.
Two-dimensional material could revolutionize solar fuel generation
A new two-dimensional material could revolutionize the field of solar fuel generation.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Access to water cut off as battle for Mosul wages on
The battle for Mosul has cut off access to running water for thousands of citizens.
Another study proves Einstein right through examination of high-energy neutrinos
Another study supports Einstein's theory of special relativity by examining neutrinos.
Massive black hole has 125 billion times more energy than Sun
Scientists recently observed a massive black hole while it tore a star apart. The data suggests that it has 125 billion times more energy than the Sun.
High dark energy levels in Multiverse doesn't mean life can't exist outside our Universe
Scientists suggest that if the Multiverse theory is true, high levels of dark energy need to be explained by an undiscovered natural law.
T-Mobile Plans to Go Green
T-Mobile dedicates itself to renewable energy.
Glowing plants could be a future alternative to electrical lights
Researchers have developed glowing plants they hope could one day replace outdoor lighting.
Strange booming sounds in Colorado baffle experts
Speculation about the source of the booms include a supersonic aircraft that broke the sound barrier or, possibly, a meteor from the Leonid meteor shower, which peaked on Nov. 17 and 18.
Global light pollution is steadily rising each year, study reports
New research shows that light pollution continues to grow in all areas of the world.
High-energy cosmic rays have extragalactic origin
More high-energy cosmic rays are coming from a specific direction that lies outside the Milky Way galaxy, leading astronomers to conclude they have an extragalactic origin.
TRAPPIST-1 is billions of years older than our solar system, study reports
The distant system sits roughly 40 light-years from Earth and, according to the new research, is between 5.4 and 9.8 billion years old.
Is snorting chocolate a good idea?
But some in the medical community are dubious about ingesting foreign substances, including chocolate.
Elon Musk leaves White House councils over climate-accord withdrawal
Musk has pursued a range of clean-energy technologies in the last few years, including electric cars, solar roof panels, and improvements in battery technology.
EU and China seek common ground on climate change
President Trump might not share European Union officials' support for the international pact on climate change, but Chinese Premier Li Keqiang does.
Jen Chaney writes an open letter to Hannah Horvath
Vulture TV columnist, Jen Chaney, penned a letter to Girls protagonist, Hannah Horvath.
Rob Manfred says Team USA helping WBC popularity
Major League Baseball commissioner, Rob Manfred, claimed that the current WBC has been helped the popularity of the sport in the U.S.
Europe stalls on developing energy storage
Energy storage systems store energy incoming from solar panels and other renewable-energy technologies.
10 Tips for Staying Fit at an All-Inclusive Resort
You're on vacation, after all. Here are some ways to feel good about keeping your fitness goals even when visiting an all-inclusive resort.
The Top 15 Hotel Brands
The largest property in the Six Senses portfolio is the 113-room Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, in Chengdu, the brand's first foray into China.
Airbnb delays IPO
AIrbnb shakeup: CFO is stepping down top female executive Belinda Johnson promoted to company's first COO and company delays initial public offering.
Astronomers discover extremely luminous nova
First nova ever found in Small Magellanic Cloud is studied in multiple wavelengths.
Auroras at Jupiter's poles act independently
Researchers take advantage of rare opportunity to observe polar regions through Juno mission and space telescopes.
100-year-old fruitcake found in Antarctica in 'excellent condition'
Conservators with the Antarctic Heritage Trust, based in New Zealand, recently found the fruitcake in a hut at Cape Adare, the oldest building in Antarctica.
15,000 scientists issue dire warning to humanity
Time is running out to save planet, say more than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries.
'Snowball Earth' may have helped give rise to Earth's first animals
Those new conditions perfectly allowed algae to spread across the globe. That then created the burst of energy needed for more complex organisms to thrive.
Artificial muscles could one day help robots lift massive objects
A team of researchers has created a new artificial muscle that could help robots lift far beyond their own body weight.
Global warming still likely to harm marine protected areas, study reports
Scientists have found that global warming is still on pace to harm the Earth's oceans.
NASA preparing to try and touch the Sun
NASA is gearing up to send its Parker Solar Probe on a bold mission to touch the Sun.
Iran sues the U.S. for breaching nuclear deal: reports
The Iran government has filed a lawsuit against the United States over President Donald Trump's decision.
Iran step-up its nuclear program builds new centrifuge factory
The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi, said it has built a factory that can produce rotors.
Early universe observations reaffirm existence of dark matter and dark energy
New data continues to reaffirm the existence of the inexplicable dark matter and dark energy.
Top 10 Things to Do In San Francisco
San Francisco is one of the most beautiful places on Earth with painted cityscapes, rolling hills, and parks that are to die for. It's hard to even see it as a city with the organic feel of its streets and places.
Iran government orders reopening of nuclear plant: reports
The Iran government on Wednesday ordered a formerly unused nuclear plant to resume operations.
Two-dimensional material could revolutionize solar fuel generation
A new two-dimensional material could revolutionize the field of solar fuel generation.
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
Access to water cut off as battle for Mosul wages on
The battle for Mosul has cut off access to running water for thousands of citizens.
North Korea increases nuclear production in secret, U.S. officials say
U.S. officials believe that North Korea is increasing nuclear production at hidden sites.
Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy
A new study reveals a unique hybrid device that harvests both mechanical and magnetic energy.
Another study proves Einstein right through examination of high-energy neutrinos
Another study supports Einstein's theory of special relativity by examining neutrinos.
Wolves are thriving in radioactive Chernobyl
The lack of humans has opened up an opportunity for wolves to thrive in Chernobyl.
Clean energy is better for the environment than nonrenewable energy
Clean energy like solar and wind have benefit that go beyond environmental health.
Greenpeace activists expose nuclear power plant's security vulnerability
Greenpeace France activists crash drone into nuclear installation.
Massive black hole has 125 billion times more energy than Sun
Scientists recently observed a massive black hole while it tore a star apart. The data suggests that it has 125 billion times more energy than the Sun.
Nuclear scientists highlight key property that drives neutron decay
An international team of scientists has calculated the most precise value of axial.
Google's Dandelion uses ground energy to heat and cool homes
Dandelion originates from a classified X research development facility run by Google parent company Alphabet Inc.
High dark energy levels in Multiverse doesn't mean life can't exist outside our Universe
Scientists suggest that if the Multiverse theory is true, high levels of dark energy need to be explained by an undiscovered natural law.
U.S. Department of Energy announces $19M for advanced battery technology
The United States Department of Energy revealed $19 million to support twelve new cost-shared research projects.
Apple operations now fully powered by clean energy
Apple has fulfilled its commitment to use clean energy and facilitate renewable energy projects worldwide.
Atlantic overturning is weakest it has been in over 1000 years
A new study suggests that the Atlantic warming is the weakest it has been in over 1000 years.
Popularity of electric cars could make ocean water safe to drink
Turning the world's oceans into econ-friendly lithium mines may help conversion to electric cars.
T-Mobile Plans to Go Green
T-Mobile dedicates itself to renewable energy.
Glowing plants could be a future alternative to electrical lights
Researchers have developed glowing plants they hope could one day replace outdoor lighting.
Strange booming sounds in Colorado baffle experts
Speculation about the source of the booms include a supersonic aircraft that broke the sound barrier or, possibly, a meteor from the Leonid meteor shower, which peaked on Nov. 17 and 18.
Global light pollution is steadily rising each year, study reports
New research shows that light pollution continues to grow in all areas of the world.
Lightning creates nuclear reactions through antimatter
For the first time, researchers have proved that lightning acts as a natural particle accelerator
Energy drinks can be harmful to health, study says
A new study finds that energy drinks are associated with increases in blood pressure, sleep problems, weight gain, a higher risk for diabetes, kidney damage, tooth decay, anxiety, and substance abuse.
Renewable energy thrives in Iran despite sanctions threats
Iran is ramping up its renewable-energy capacity, with collaboration from European energy firms who have invested billions of Euros in the country in the last two years. U.S. sanctions threats have discouraged some, but not all, of these firms from continuing their Iran-based energy enterprises.
High-energy cosmic rays have extragalactic origin
More high-energy cosmic rays are coming from a specific direction that lies outside the Milky Way galaxy, leading astronomers to conclude they have an extragalactic origin.
Dark Energy Survey maps 26 million galaxies
The Universe may be a little less lumpy than previously thought, according to the newest, biggest map to date of its structure.
Trappist-1 planetary system formed as long ago as 9.8 billion years, NASA says
On the other hand, the planets could have thick atmospheres that may have protected them from damaging radiation.
TRAPPIST-1 is billions of years older than our solar system, study reports
The distant system sits roughly 40 light-years from Earth and, according to the new research, is between 5.4 and 9.8 billion years old.
Moon's magnetic field lasted much longer than previously thought
The reason for that difference is because our planet's core is a dense mix of iron and nickel surrounded by flowing rock. That balance keeps charged particles moving in what is known as a dynamo.
Is snorting chocolate a good idea?
But some in the medical community are dubious about ingesting foreign substances, including chocolate.
Russian hackers breached U.S. nuclear power-plant systems
The report comes less than a day after President Trump and Russian President Putin said that they will form a joint cybersecurity working group.
Interior head: drilling on public lands could make US "dominant" power
Federally protected lands would be a great source of oil and natural gas, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told reporters Friday.
Elon Musk leaves White House councils over climate-accord withdrawal
Musk has pursued a range of clean-energy technologies in the last few years, including electric cars, solar roof panels, and improvements in battery technology.