See the powerful new tech that could completely revitalize an old mode of travel. When passengers took off from Friedrichshafen, Germany on October 11, 1928 for the world’s first nonstop, transatlantic
The prototype makes use of Ambu resuscitator bags, which are common in hospitals. Considering there are only about 160,000 ventilators in U.S. hospitals, and there are already over 144,000 cases of COVID-19
Maybe not the most practical use for a rocket engine, but maybe one of the best. New footage has come to light showing that the ever-ingenious Soviet Union once considered adding rockets to its tanks,
A drastic change in mission forced the Navy to sideline the ship for years. The stealth destroyer USS Zumwalt is almost ready for action, three and a half years after it was commissioned into the U.S.
Mathematicians from the California Institute of Technology have solved an old problem related to a mathematical process called a random walk. The team, which also worked with a colleague from Israel’s
See why people are stocking up on solar during the pandemic. Australians are stocking up on renewable energy storage in response to the global COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. In a new press release, solar
With smartphones losing their headphone jack, wireless headsets have become a necessity for taking hands-free calls. Whether you use them at the office, home, or everywhere in between, plenty of options
Locations include some off-the-grid options and one even takes you off planet Earth. If you've been itching to tour some of the most popular destinations in the world—and even off planet—but are stuck
James Orgill, an engineer and YouTuber, has created a miniature table that is fully supported by thread. The seemingly impossible feat was done by understanding how to use tensegrity and tensile strength.
The new Dragon XL will be able to move up to 5 metric tons to the lunar-orbiting space station. NASA has awarded the first contract for its Gateway space station to SpaceX. The company's new Dragon XL
No money required—all you need is a printer and some colored pencils. We've compiled a list of the 11 best science-themed coloring books that you can find online. They cover everything from neuroscience
Could your next home be built with bacteria? Researchers have spent years experimenting with and cultivating “living materials” for building, and recently, the National Science Foundation endorsed Harvard’s
Didymos, a 2,650-foot-wide asteroid, has an atypical cosmic companion— a 535 foot-wide satellite named Didymoon (10). These new two celestial bodies are not making a dangerous rendezvous with Earth, but
The U.S. Navy has two hospital ships, with one headed to Los Angeles and the other to New York City. The U.S. Navy released a pair of videos to YouTube showing the interior of the USNS Mercy, a hospital
The company is one in a growing list that's joining COVID-19 relief efforts. Dyson, the U.K.-based vacuum company, is working to produce 15,000 ventilators for COVID-19 patients as hospitals around the
Because running Tesla and SpaceX and building a new Starship every 72 hours so he can colonize Mars isn't enough, now Elon Musk would really love to build an efficient and quiet HVAC system for home use,
We’re all physically sitting at home, but this tour takes us straight into one of the great car collections anywhere. By now, everyone's got a list of things they're doing to keep busy and boredom at during
Bell and Lockheed Martin are competing to build the replacement for the retired OH-58D Kiowa Warrior. The U.S. Army has selected Lockheed Martin and Bell as finalists to build Future Attack Reconnaissance
New research says not to believe the myth that EVs increase carbon emissions. Researchers have released new findings and data that will hopefully put harmful myths about electric vehicle emissions to Studies
The toilets on America’s two newest aircraft carriers, USS Bush and USS Ford are experiencing clogging problems, and the only way to keep the pipes draining is to use a special, extremely expensive acid
From a lack of available tests to the failure to find enough ventilators, it isn’t an understatement to say the U.S. was woefully unprepared for the rapid onslaught of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.