And hereby answers the age-old question: How do you get a car to fit in a motorcycle's parking spot?
They've all experienced 'the hot hand,' the focus of a new book by a Wall Street Journal sports reporter.
Clean water, electricity is urgent mission for Innovation: Africa.
This is the first time that a teacher from the Einstein Institute of Mathematics has won the prestigious award.
Researchers from the Breakthrough Listen project have made the unprecedented data trove accessible in the hopes of finding intelligent extraterrestrials.
With the help of nonprofit Innovation: Africa, 12-year-old Lital and Maytar Greenfield learn life lessons helping women and children in rural Uganda.
A posture corrector that detects when you're slouching is the newest must-have high-tech health gadget.
Israel-based CEO of Gigawatt Global says project will supply jobs and clean energy to Burundi.
With the largest single dish radio telescope in the world, scientists can now pick up radio waves from billions of light years away.
The annual innovation expo will feature Lumen, a breathalyzer that can tell you if your body is using fats or carbs for energy.
The Nobel Prize-winning physicist inspired new discoveries and much more in the past 10 years.
Gravez provides detailed directions to more than a million burial sites in Israel.
New tech will protect astronauts from harmful radiation.
Sure, astronauts can now have fresh meat. But the first-of-its-kind experiment has larger implications as well.
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The theory of relativity was proven 100 years ago, but a team of physicists is now searching for a mysterious key component – dark matter.