Predictions that Betelgeuse might undergo a supernova in the near future have led to mass speculation about the impact of such an event on Earth.
Could ears be more accurate biometric identification tools than fingerprints?
The new movie “Limitless” brings up the age-old question: how much of our brain can we access?
A new computer simulation program demonstrates why the Eiffel Tower is still standing after over one hundred years.
In his time at Yale, David Kohn TC ’12 has developed a new method for thin-film deposition of electrodes, even taking a year off to work full-time on this project.
Joe Greenberg ’83 graduated with a degree in Geology and Geophysics and is now the president of the Alta Resources LLC, a company on the frontier of the oil and gas industry.
Caltech astronomer Mike Brown recounts his role in the demise of Pluto in his fascinating new book, How I Killed Pluto and Why it Had it Coming.
Neuroscientific research is revealing the ways in which laughter may really be an effective medicine.
An explanation of the pesky red-eye effect in photography and tips to avoid it.