All life on earth is based on organic biology – in the form of carbon compounds – but the inorganic world is considered to be inanimate. Scientists Seek To Create Inorganic Life
Researchers at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) have obtained a formula for building a ” Antimagnet.” that can nullify the magnetic field, a discovery that was published in the New Journal of Physics. Antimagnets That Nullify Magnetic Fields
Let your fingers do the charging. Photo by James Giggacher. Nanotechnology pushes battery life to eternity
Zombie Ant Manipulation Method Revealed in Detail: Study | Science Zombie ants biting the underside of leaves as a result of infection by O. unilateralis.
Top Ten New Species Named for This Year | Science By Cassie Ryan Epoch Times Staff Created: May 23, 2011 Last Updated: March 8, 2012 It is flat like a pancake and researchers say when it moves on the sea floor it resembles a 'walking bat' with its odd arm-like fins bouncing it across the abyss.
New Elements Added to the Periodic Table | Science By Alex Johnston Epoch Times Staff Created: June 9, 2011 Last Updated: June 9, 2011 Two new elements, 114 and 116, were introduced to the periodic table. (Photos.com)
Apr. 18, 2011 — Scientists have discovered a method to control the gas-phase selective catalytic combustion of methane, so finely that if done at room temperature the reaction produces ethylene, while at lower temperatures it yields formaldehyde. Scientists finely control methane combustion to get different products
Video: Magnetic Gels That Swim, Shimmy, and 'Walk' Magnetic Gels on the Move Miklós Zrínyi of Semmelweiss University in Budapest, Hungary, has created some gels that are anything but gellin’. In fact, these gels are moving, shaking, and otherwise getting around with a little help from magnetism.
Apr. 14, 2011 — Miniature architectural forms -- some no larger than viruses -- have been constructed through a revolutionary technique known as DNA origami. DNA nanoforms: Miniature architectural forms -- some no larger than viruses -- constructed through DNA origami
Graphene Apr. 14, 2011 — A team of researchers from the University of Arizona and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have increased the toughness of ceramic composites by using graphene reinforcements that enable new fracture resistance mechanisms in the ceramic.
New spin on graphene makes it magnetic Apr. 15, 2011 — A team led by Professor Andre Geim, a recipient of the 2010 Nobel Prize for graphene, can now show that electric current -- a flow of electrons -- can magnetise graphene. The results, reported in Science , could be a potentially huge breakthrough in the field of spintronics. Spintronics is a group of emerging technologies that exploit the intrinsic spin of the electron, in addition to its fundamental electric charge that is exploited in microelectronics.
New way to control magnetic properties of graphene discovered Apr. 18, 2011 — University of Maryland researchers have discovered a way to control magnetic properties of graphene that could lead to powerful new applications in magnetic storage and magnetic random access memory.
What the Heck is Three-Phase Power (and how can you get some)? Air Compressor Motor Vin Marshall I recently moved my shop, and in addition to the big issues, from forklift rental to sleep deprivation, we also had to deal with things like three-phase power, a variation of power delivery often used for big equipment.
Unprecedented Cosmic Explosion Spawns an Intergalactic Mystery
"Einstein's Pedometer" App Measures How Special Relativity Affects Your Daily Activity Einstein's Pedometer iTunes App Store Runners live longer, so they say, and a new iPhone app proves it through the theory of special relativity.
TURNING a vacuum into a superconductor could be as simple as zapping it with a super-powerful magnet. How to turn the vacuum into a superconductor - physics-math - 08 April 2011