Two separate teams working independently of each other have mathematically concluded that an odd proposed arrangement of subatomic particles called ‘tetraquarks’ must exist.
Last month, biologists-geneticists Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine for their work on circadian rhythms – the biological clocks driving our sleep-wake rhythms. Geneticist Charalambos Kyriacou told Sputnik why the research is so important for people living in the modern world.
This footage once again confirms how beautiful the Earth looks from outer space.
China is all set to boost its space transportation system as it implements its strategic goal of becoming a space superpower, according to a roadmap for 2017-2047 posted on China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation’s website.
Virtual reality (VR) training is no less effective than conventional physiotherapy during post-stroke rehabilitation, a new report in Neurology magazine states.
The JPSS is a new-generation US polar-orbiting operational environmental satellite system. The satellites will circle the Earth from pole-to-pole and cross the equator about 14 times daily.
The $670 million contract is intended for local industry. However, a lack of technology and short delivery deadline may force Indian firms to forge partnerships with foreign manufacturers.
The German telecom watchdog has banned the sale of children’s smartwatches, which it describes as spying devices, and urged parents to destroy the ones already being used by their kids.
China will launch four Fengyun satellites from 2018 to 2021, the Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation has told Xinhua News Agency.
The United States has approved a $10.5 billion sale of the Patriot-3 missile defense system to Poland, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said in a news release on Friday.
The latest version of the US’ fiscal year 2018 appropriations bill designates more funding to a space-based ballistic missile defense (BMD) capability, according to a new report.
Phone lines for the Norwegian police were slammed with 30 calls in a matter of minutes on November 16 as residents called to report a “white light in the sky,” a Norwegian county police official told The Local.
A man who lost his hand and part of his arm in an electrical accident has had the sense of touch restored thanks to pioneering work undertaken by a team of scientists. Now researchers at the University of Utah have told Sputnik they hope to expand their achievements to help other amputees including patients suffering from spinal cord injuries.
If there are any intelligent extraterrestrials in the universe, they will be getting a message from humans years from now. Head of the organization that has sent a transmission to an exoplanet told Sputnik aliens that are capable of making their way to Earth, know humans exist already.
The neuro-mobile is set to make an appearance at an innovation exhibition in Moscow on December 13. It is expected to be affordable and facilitate the life of handicapped persons primarily.
Elon Musk, Chief Executive of Tesla carmaker, has revealed a brand-new electric vehicle, a Roadster that in his words would be “the fastest production car ever made.”
Gone are the days of robots awkwardly wobbling around in laboratories, today a robot can display feats that require some serious gymnastics skills.
The result of a head transplant on a human cadaver indicates that the operation is possible on a living human, according to an Italian neurosurgeon who is planning to become the world’s first man to perform it.
Massive holes in the US intelligence community’s networks have become so commonplace they are features of the system, not bugs, a former National Security Agency official told Radio Sputnik’s By Any Means Necessary.
Kaspersky Lab has updated its investigation on the hacking of a home computer used by an NSA employee.
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