What We Read: Capturing Black Holes
Plus, why shoelaces come untied and zero-waste water.
At the heart of the Milky Way, astronomers used a massive telescope network to capture pictures of two black holes.
A common virus could be the culprit behind the onset of Celiac disease.
Your dreams might not be so secret. In a new study, scientists looked at electrical signatures in the brain to predict what subjects were thinking about while sleeping.
Say goodbye to plastic bottles: the water of the future comes in bite-sized edible seaweed packets.
“When walking, the combined impact and acceleration on a shoelace totals a whopping 7 gs—about as much as an Apollo spacecraft on reentry to Earth’s atmosphere.”