Meet Shimon, the singing and head-bobbing robot that plays marimba, and is about to release the hottest new robot album of 2020.
What the world needs now, most of all, is a robotic octopus tentacle. So it’s a good thing Harvard scientists are on the case.
Asteroid (52768) 1998 OR2 will pass within roughly 4 million miles of Earth on April 29, 2020. The asteroid is traveling at a cool 19,461 miles per hour, and will be the largest to come so close to our planet this year.
Should we make robots that feel pain? Is that a good idea?
Get ready for those dinosaur theme parks to become a reality. Well, okay — maybe not just yet (but we can dream). According to a new study, Dr. Alida Bailleul from the Chinese Academy of Sciences believes she and her team of paleontologists may have discovered something that looks like dinosaur DNA. They’re not quite …
The threat of a catastrophic asteroid impact probably isn’t very high on anyone’s list of potential doomsday scenarios right now, given what 2020 has greeted us with. But that doesn’t mean scientists aren’t constantly assessing responses for if and when a gigantic hurtling mass of rock decides to bump up against planet Earth.
There are at least 50 different theories regarding what fast radio bursts, or FRBs, actually are. A whole wiki is dedicated to the subject called the FRB Theory Wiki, which lists them out. First discovered in 2007, astronomers and astrophysicists still don’t fully understand the true nature of these mysterious bursts. They last only milliseconds …