NASA’s New Satellite Is Going to Be a Game Changer for Weather Forecasts
NASA and NOAA launched a new advanced weather satellite that will be a game changer for weather forecasts.
102 Million Trees Have Died in California’s Drought
An aerial survey by the U.S. Forest Service has found more than 100 million trees dead in California due to the state’s drought.
Scientists Turned Carbon Dioxide Into Solid Rock In 2 Years
Researchers have injected carbon dioxide into basalt and turned it into solid rock in two years. This effort offers a potential solution for curbing the high carbon gas emissions in our atmosphere.
Teen Who Died of Cancer In U.K. Wins Right to Be Cryogenically Frozen
A 14-year-old British teen has been cryogenically frozen in the U.S. after dying from a rare form of cancer.
Scientists Are Using the Enzyme That Makes Fireflies Glow to Track Brain Cells
Researchers are making the human brain “glow in the dark” to learn more about neural networks.
NASA's New Tool 'Scout' Spotted an Asteroid That Will Miss Earth by 300K Miles
A computer program being tested by NASA has identified an asteroid headed towards Earth, but estimates it will miss the planet by a couple hundred thousand miles.
Watch This Guy Turn a Pumpkin Into a 5000 Watt Jack-O'-Lantern
Here’s what happens when you stuff a pumpkin with a 5000 watt light bulb.
This Is Why We Still Can’t Vote Online
Cybersecurity experts are generally on the same page that online voting is asking for trouble.
Plastic Surgeons Can 3D Print Your Future Nose Job
3D printed models could soon be the norm for the lucrative cosmetic surgery industry.
Cyberbullies Are to Blame for Why You’re Not Eating Breakfast
Apparently, cyberbullies and real-life jerks aren't just to blame for our traumatic and socially awkward moments. A new study shows that victims of school or cyber bullying presented a greater likelihood of omitting breakfast from their diets...