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...
What if there were a device that could predict poaching attacks on soon-to-be extinct species?
Researchers analyzed data collected from thousands of fossilized teeth from four different maniraptoran families to find out how they survived extinction.
Currently, a specialized brain scan is the only means of detection, but mild cases may escape accurate diagnosis and further tests may be needed to rule out other diseases.
Academics study the symbiotic relationship between microbiotas and their influence on their hosts’ evolution.
Vice President Joe Biden pleads to a community of cancer researchers to collaborate and eliminate barriers in carcinoma studies.
A group of mice aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis returned to Earth two weeks later with liver damage. So how does this affect humans in space?
These slithery serpents could replace the use of larger vessels.
Since these flares travel at the speed of light, scientists want to pinpoint the events leading up to a solar flare.
Researchers may have discovered a cheaper, safer alternative to lithium-ion batteries.
Scientists created a material with unique capabilities that may lay the groundwork for new biomedical innovations.
Although drones' surge in popularity is recent, their utilization as delivery systems is on the cusp of becoming a reality.
If necessity is the mother of invention, the life sciences industry is in luck.
With the advent of computer simulation technology, teaching programs can harness the power of the digital world to show their student teachers how to manage unruly behavior and refocus students’ attention.
Nearby the Nazca lines, there is a structural enigma.