Scientific Experiments

Postdoctoral researcher Jaemin Kim, professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering Hong Yang and graduate student Pei-Chieh (Jack) Shih are part of a team that developed a new material that helps split water molecules for hydrogen fuel production.

New, highly stable catalyst may help turn water into fuel

Scientists have long poised that woolly mammoth DNA preserved for thousands of years in Arctic permafrost could be used to clone one of the animals, and bring them back from extinction. Russia is planning to open a new genetics facility to explore ancient DNA.

Russian scientists are planning to clone WOOLLY MAMMOTH at a new £4.5m Jurassic Park-style centre – using DNA from preserved Ice Age remains

So what does all this mean?

Transhumanism—advances in technology could already put evolution into hyperdrive – but should they?

A radar gun can track a baseball as it moves from the pitcher’s hand to home plate. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel

If an object in the quantum world travels from one location to another, researchers can’t measure exactly when it has left nor when it will arrive. The limits of physics impose a tiny delay on detecting it.

Professor Digby Tatum, pictured, believes he has uncovered the secret behind human 'gut feelings'.

How human brains are interconnected through a type of ‘wi-fi’ which explains why people have ‘gut feelings’.

STUNNING scientific breakthrough: Researchers discover how to make things INVISIBLE.