Are physicists putting themselves out of a job by using artificial intelligence to run a complex experiment?
Scientists have found evidence of a huge asteroid that struck the Earth early in its life with an impact larger than anything humans have experienced.
With assistance from advanced astronomical software, researchers can now successfully date a poem from thousands of years ago.
A group of researchers may have the potential to treat multiple types of viruses and prevent them from infecting us.
Investors again were hesitant to take risks, which this week focused on reports from retailers concerning slumping consumer spending.
Thousands of tiny red crabs are carpeting beaches in Orange County and creating an amazing spectacle for swimmers and surfers.
A remote Alaska Volcano that erupted in March is again showing signs of life.
The RMC-Boeckeler AmbiTome PC-controlled ultramicrotome features dual-hand wheels that allow users to operate the equipment with either hand.
Every organization, if it’s lucky, has an influential story. And the Rainforest Alliance has its own—her name is Juana Payaba Cachique.
Archeologists have found one of the oldest and most important archaeological digs in North America—at the Old Vero Man Site in Vero Beach, Fla.
A study shows that PTSD patients with a larger hippocampus are more likely to respond to exposure-based therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder.
Researchers claim the soap they made can cut in half the number of people bitten by anopheles mosquitoes carrying the parasite that is responsible for causing malaria.
The newcomer is working on developing drugs through an antigen receptor T-cell therapy platform, which alters an individual’s immune cells in order to attack invading cancer cells.
A demonstration showed that the robot was able to safely remove a battery from a simulated stomach.