Animals produce methane, it certainly happens. They burp, fart, and poo contributing to one of the most powerful greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It’s an age-old fact, and it’s one that many of us just accept and then move on with our lives.
Apparently, researchers are working towards limiting serious [...]Read More »
It’s long been a topic of fantasy that living things can be revived after being frozen for hundreds of years. How many countless times have you heard a silly rumor that Walt Disney is cryogenically frozen under his famed amusement park?
It turns out that may actually be a reality, [...]Read More »
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting awfully tired of hearing about the latest 3D-printed guns. That’s why the news that NASA is funding research into a 3D printer with the goal of printing food is probably the best thing I’ve heard all week.
A mechanical engineer by the [...]Read More »
Amazing 18-year-old invents tiny device that fully charges in 20 seconds, could power mobile devices of the future
18-year-old Eesha Khare just won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award and $50,000. Why? Well, you know, no big deal, she just invented a new supercapacitor that charges in 20-30 seconds.
The device, which is small and around an inch in length, has the ability to “hold a lot of [...]Read More »
Another very interesting and informative video by AsapSCIENCE.Read More »
Unless you live in a big city, you can probably look up in wonder at the night sky. There are few natural wonders as majestic, or as beautiful. But if you’re like me, you wish you knew more about what you were looking at. Whether you’re interested in the constellations [...]Read More »
It’s a pretty well-known fact that water is essential to life on Earth. That being said, researchers believe a habitable area is one that includes water, or can at least preserve bodies of water. A habitable region must also maintain the appropriate properties of water. For example, the water can’t [...]Read More »
This is probably one of the crazier stories out there yet, but it’s also definitely one of the coolest. A project called Mars One is attempting to start the first ever human colony outside of our planet. On Mars. And turn the entire thing into a crazy reality TV show. [...]Read More »
This may ruin the snooze button for you forever.Read More »
We’ve seen some cool things here on dotTech, such as cloning clones, coffee with portraits, and DNA being used as a data storage mechanism. However, if I were to pick the coolest of them all, I’d have to say bring a dead frog to life tops the list. And that [...]Read More »
Don’t worry, this article isn’t about rats! Well, it kind of is. But it’s really about clones — clones of clones to be exact.
A group of biologists in Japan at the Riken Center for Developmental Biology have developed a breakthrough technique that has allowed them to create an endless [...]Read More »
How many dotTechies live in an area of extreme cold? If you do, then you may be able to try the following at home. If you don’t, then you can just watch and be amazed. What exactly am I referring to? I’m talking about instantly turning boiling water into snow. [...]Read More »