Researchers at the University of Southampton claim they have been able to communicate person-to-person through the power of thought alone.
An Italian scientist has successfully reproduced the Shroud of Turin and claims that he didn't need the Son of God or a miracle to do it.
Archaeologists have discovered the remains of a second stone circle just a mile from Stonehenge, and dating back to the same period.
It's probably true that fish have more intelligence than robots but
they know which way is up and down, and Nissan has copied the activity
of shoals with its Eporo robot car.
A report said that Honda, in conjunction with Purdue University and
the University of Louisville, has succeeded in producing carbon
nanotubes with metallic conductivity of 91 percent.
So much more fun than next week's boring Swedish version, the winners of the Ig Nobel prizes were announced last night.
If she'd been male, we'd probably have heard all about it a lot sooner. But it seems that Sue - the tyrannosaurus in the Field Museum of Chicago - was killed not by a bite but by a throat infection, in a discovery that may help explain why the rest of her species died out.
Subliminal messaging works best if it's scary, according to a team at University College London (UCL).
After his sterling success in producing a fair and accurate election result, Iran's science minister Kamran Daneshjou has been cutting and pasting science articles under his own name.
Engineers and artists at the University of Washington's Solheim Rapid Manufacturing Laboratory have developed a way to create glass objects using a conventional 3-D printer.
Researching surgery on the internet leaves patients upset and confused, thanks to reams of misleading information.
MIT researchers are working on a retinal implant that could help blind people regain a useful level of vision.
Scientist Ray Kurzweil claims humans could become immortal in as little as 20 years' time.
A top scientist claims that it will soon be possible to back up your brain and download yourself into your PC.
UCLA scientists have made paralyzed rats walk again after spinal-cord injuries, in an achievement that could give hope to paraplegic people.
People who are writing lies press harder on the paper and produce taller letters than those who are telling the truth, according to Israeli scientists who have developed a handwriting analysis system.
In a breakthrough that offers hope to the seriously visually impaired, researchers have used gene therapy to cure color blindness in squirrel monkeys.
Maybe it's deflation, maybe Brits just do things on the cheap, but scientists at the British Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) reckon they could recreate the six million dollar man for under $250,000.
Aah, he's just so tender-hearted, Gordon Brown. The British prime minister has issued an apology to Alan Turing for the way he was treated by the authorities after the second world war.
Mice don't much like being levitated, it seems. NASA-funded researchers came to this conclusion after an experiment using magnetic fields to simulate the effects of space travel.