Steel has long been the material of choice for numerous applications, but a discovery of a new material could change all that. The newly discovered material is called graphene, and it has shown to be superior to steel in a variety of ways.

Google has started removing all of The Pirate Bay Apps from the Google Play Store, amid continued pressure on Google to crackdown websites known to facilitate piracy.

The New Horizons probe has woken up and is doing just fine as it nears Pluto, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Any science textbook on vision tell us we can not see infrared light. As X-rays or radio waves, infrared waves are outside the spectrum visible to the human eye. However, researchers have found that under certain conditions the retina itself may after all perceive infrared light.

Due to climate change, the sea levels have been on the rise and the waves have been pounding away fiercely at a cost that is very near to the Kennedy Space Center located in Florida. This rise has been threatening the future operations as well as launch pads of the center according to scientists who revealed the information to us on Friday.

In 1963, a rare stonefly species was discovered along the mountain streams at Glacier National Park. Baumann & Gaufin named the species as the western glacier stonefly (Zapada glacier) in 1971.

A ship that was lost underwater for 60 or so years has been discovered once again in the oceans of the Hawaiian island by the name of Oahu. The shipwreck was first discovered last year by a small vehicle that was submersible underwater.

It has taken twelve years of calculations, simulations, construction and testing to get to the launch of the second version of Solar Impulse, the only aircraft prepared to travel around the world with solar energy.

According to a new report, a new Arizona policy will soon ban smokers from working within the state. The Pima County Board is scheduled to vote on December 16 whether they will refuse hiring smokers.

Edward Snowden, for the first time, has revealed that the National Security Agency is capable of tapping into most cellular networks across the world. They take advantage of flaws in the security systems that they have discovered covertly.