Louis Vuitton opened a massive suitcase-shaped museum to commemorate the 120th anniversary of its flagship location at the Red Square's GUM department store. However, it is to be dismantled and sent home almost immediately after it's been finished.
If you think people with GPS devices in their cars are just too lazy to remember their way, you'd be wrong: The brains of people who immediately know their way after travelling along as a passenger are different from the brains of people who always need a GPS to get from one place to another.
A survey conducted by the BBC on which country has the most positive influence on world affairs put Germany at the top of the list. The United States did poorly, while China, Russia, and Israel saw their rankings decline.
A group of scientists, including one University of Alabama at Birmingham expert, says that for more than 100 years fewer people have been dying of stroke, yet it is still unclear why this decline remains constant.
Stanford University scientists have created a silicon-based water splitter that is both low-cost and corrosion-free. The novel device could help pave the way for large-scale production of clean hydrogen fuel from sunlight.
The researcher Jose Ignacio Pascual of nanoGUNE, together with researchers of the Free University of Berlin, has developed a method to manipulate magnetism in atoms and made another step toward quantum computers.
Liquid crystals are used in devices such as mobile phones, computer screens and televisions. That's why any science breakthrough in this field can have a tremendous impact on technology, lives and economy.