LeviPrint, a robot arm that uses acoustic waves to suspend objects and build structures, must be seen to be believed.
Scientists put pee “in a little cup at the end of a very long pole” to see if they “sampled” their friends’ pee longer than strangers’ pee.
Binary star systems may help to “pinpoint places which would be especially interesting to probe for the existence of life,” said the lead author of a new study.
Denisovan fossils are incredibly rare, with researchers still trying to piece together what this ancient extinct human looked like and how it lived.
The microorganisms are 830 million years old, and may still be kicking. The find has implications for the search for life on Mars, researchers say.
A recent paper offered a theory on how psilocybin works to treat depression. Before long, there were memes and accusations of unprofessionalism.
Cats were confused by humans calling their feline friends names that didn’t match, in a study of 48 kitties out of Japan.
Scientists hope tiny fuel cells that use algae, light, and water to create energy could one day charge our phones, among other uses.