Theoretical astrophysicists predict that a glowing halo just outside the event horizon should surround all black holes.
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
Testers who wore these devices that track sweatiness found the data useful for monitoring emotions and managing stress.
Science is an endeavor of trial and error. Can we find a better way to share the "erroneous" trials?
By overlapping materials with periodic properties, scientists can detect features otherwise too small to be seen directly.
Two independent research groups have created the first superconducting quantum computers that can operate above 1 K, overcoming a major obstacle.
The experimental technique could help reveal the fundamental chemistry in photosynthesis and photovoltaic materials.
Experts who studied the Zika epidemic discuss how to handle misinformation during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A mathematical model that visualizes echo chambers on Twitter shows how they coevolve with polarization on controversial topics.
Review study examines why people are suffering heart attacks during high intensity and endurance exercises such as marathons and triathlons.
What links a wildfire raging across a forest to the electric signals rippling through our hearts? Enter the world of waves in excitable media.
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