NASA probes were able to detect magnetic explosions that influence space weather. The new discovery may pave the way for better understanding of space weather and prevention of unwanted events.
Space May 13, 2016
Physicists at Princeton may have the answer to how magnetic fields form around stars and galaxies ... and it's totally counter-intuitive.
Space November 12, 2015
Project Ara's modular smartphone seems ideal: a phone with attachable components, creating the ultimate customized experience. However, there's one problem: it doesn't seem to stay together when it's dropped.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 19, 2015
Researchers have discovered a new way to influence polarization in nanomagnets, opening up potential improvements in computer storage solutions by facilitating switching without external magnetic fields.
August 4, 2015
Eat your heart out, Marty McFly. The hoverboard is real, and we're going to see it for ourselves in just one week. Lexus announced today that its hoverboard will be unveiled on August 5.
July 29, 2015
A coil to be used in an upgraded version of the Large Hadron Collider has passed tests and is set to be implemented into the design of the collider by 2025.
Animals June 29, 2015
Rare Earth magnets are small, powerful and difficult to recycle. University of Pennsylvania researchers have now found a way of easily reusing the materials, essential for modern electronics.
June 22, 2015
Magnets can affect heat and sound, according to a new study. How is this possible?
March 24, 2015
Fruit flies have an incredibly fast corrective response time. A recent experiment revealed just how quickly they can recover from intense turbulence.
March 14, 2015
A study released on Monday, Sept. 29 found that dolphins are attracted to magnets. The study looked at if the animal is magnetosensitive, or able to detect Earth's magnetic field.
Internet Culture October 1, 2014
Dolphins can sense magnetism in objects, study in France finds. A magnetic sense may allow the creatures to navigate through the world's oceans using our planet's magnetic field, researchers say.
Animals September 30, 2014
Scientists have found that using transcranial magnetic stimulation on humans can help improve memory in participants. They aim to stimulate the superficial area of the brain near the hippocampus.
LIFE August 28, 2014