The OECD reports an alarming decline in global literacy scores, including math and science, reaching the lowest levels since the year 2000.
Researchers have created a magnetic resonance coupling wireless charging technology that can power electronic devices inside the human body.
DeepMind has introduced the latest version of its AlphaFold artificial intelligence model, capable of predicting biomolecules structures.
I hate my voice. I know you do too. And science says we’re not insane for doing so. According to a survey, we are not the only ones either.
China’s science and technology policies should aim to build its strength and self-reliance, while the role of the government in pooling resources for key technological breakthroughs needed to be leveraged better, Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday. The nation effectively countered external attempts to suppress and contain China’s development over the past five years by […]
The ancient Romans were brilliant engineers and builders, creating a dazzling array of magnificent structures including some that have survived to modern times virtually intact like the domed Pantheon in Rome. An indispensable material for the Romans was a form of concrete they developed that is known for remarkable durability and longevity, though its exact […]
A research team at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum has reportedly developed a novel new sensor that allows early Alzheimer’s detection, the key to treating the neurodegenerative disease. The results of the study have been published in the journal Alzheimer’s Association. According to a statement by the researchers, early detection can be done as early as 17 […]
Batteries power much of the modern world. Our increasingly digitized world is relying more and more on battery power to keep on running., from electric cars, smartphones, laptops, and much more. Scientists are fast developing a nuclear diamond battery to uplift humanity’s increasing need for batteries in a way that befits an industry 4.0 enabled […]
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