Wasted grain, or cereal residue from brewers, has been repurposed in animal feed for some years now. This material can be utilized in nanotechnology as well.
An international group led by astronomers at The Australian National University (ANU) found the fastest-growing black hole during the last nine billion years.
Astronomers at MIT and elsewhere have discovered a new multiplanet system within our galactic neighborhood that lies just 10 parsecs, or about 33 light-years, from Earth, making it one of the closest known multiplanet systems to our own.
Identical light particles (photons) are critical for several quantum-physics-based technologies.
Astronomers have discovered just the second example of a very active, repeated Fast Radio Burst (FRB) with a limited source of weaker but sustained radio emission between bursts.
While some galaxies continue to create stars, others die out and live a more passive existence. What caused these galaxies to stop creating stars at such a young age is unknown, not the least since they are so far away and dim that they go unnoticed.
The University of Western Australia’s gravitational-wave physicists have led the creation of a new laser mode sensor with unparalleled precision that will be used to investigate the interiors of neutron stars and test general relativity’s fundamental constraints.
Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is an enigma with scientists unclear on how its vast expanses of dunes developed.
A fast spinning dead star known as a pulsar attacks its orbiting partner with radiation, gradually evaporating it in black widow star systems.
Pulsars are the magnetically charged remnants of a shattered neutron star that spin at speeds ranging from one to hundreds of rotations per second.