NASA personnel is getting ready to ignite the biggest man-made fire ever done in space.
A team of paleontologists provides some insight into this mystical creature.
“Temporary but profound” was the language NASA used to describe the effect comet C/2013 A1 had...
Bioquark has received the go-ahead to see if brain regeneration is possible in patients that have been declared clinically dead.
Engineers have developed the world’s tiniest engine – just a few billionths of a metre in size – which uses light to power itself.
These researchers decided to utilize a piece of prominent technology to gauge lung function.
Previously thought to contain accounts of forgotten valor, the 9th-century Rök Runestone has puzzled scholars who wish to unlock its meaning.
A team of scientists is looking for bioinspiration in the animal's teeth to utilize in devices used on Mars.
Only one R&D Index member posted a gain for the week.
Forty light-years from Earth, the ultra-cool dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 holds potential.
New research paints a potentially apocalyptic picture of the damage global warming could cause around the world.
Beyond the asteroid belt, beyond the reaches of Neptune, the Oort Cloud orbits, its myriad icy bodies floating in interstellar space.
When Spanish explorers ventured to southern Florida in the 16th century, they came across a Native American polity unlike societies they’d seen before.
An exhibit at Interphex this year demonstrated methods for incorporating augmented reality into laboratory settings.
Brain damage liabilities are particularly higher for females in sports, according to a medical physician.
Why single-use products are taking the biopharma world by storm and how some companies are utilizing the trend in products.
Two undergraduate students have developed gloves that could bridge the gap between sign language and spoken language.