January 16, 2017 1049 GMT
Study: Wood windows cooler than glass
A new study highlights the potential benefits of wood windows in home construction.
Tabby’s star drama continues
A star that made headlines for its bizarre behavior has got one more mystery for astronomers to ponder.
Ford to have self-driving cars take to roads by 2021
Automaker Ford announced that it plans to develop fully autonomous vehicles by 2021.
Mapping Earth's biomes changes
Scientists at the University of Otago have developed a new system for mapping and monitoring the transformation of Earth's biomes, or large-scale vegetation formations — grassland, tropical forest, boreal forest, desert, shrubland.
Study reveals biomechanics of blood clotting
Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new method for measuring force on a molecular scale.
Scientists decode sentence signatures among brain activity patterns
Neuroscientists are the University of Rochester are taking sentence diagramming to the next level.
How shaping light can change particle behavior
Light can take many different forms. Even in our day-to-day life, sunlight is vastly different from fluorescent light.
Could we upload a brain to computer?
By Richard Jones*
Nanobead-powered superlens reveals invisible details
Researchers have observed previously invisible details using a solid 3D superlens made of nanobeads.
Betty crow may not have invented hook-bending tool trick
Betty, heralded as a tool-making prodigy among New Caledonian crows, may not have been such a whiz bird after all.
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