Technology Review's editor in chief is attending the World Economic Forum's annual meeting.
The moon formed after the explosion of a runaway nuclear georeactor in the Earth's mantle, according to a new theory of lunar formation.
The world's largest laser system has uniformly compressed and superheated a fuel capsule.
After six years of exploration, the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit has reached its final resting place.
A new version of the software works through the phone's browser.
All the evidence for dark energy comes from the observation of distant galaxies. Now physicists have worked out how to spot it in the lab.
The automaker provides further evidence of its intention to electrify vehicles.
A massive financing round gives the startup's unusual plan for EVs a stamp of approval.
The behavior of Congress can be modeled by the same process that causes avalanches in sandpiles.
Lamps powered by photovoltaics can bring light--and safety--to the ravaged country.