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.
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The two entities have collaborated to further development of technology meant to commercialize space resources.
The technology may be still very new and ambiguous, but it's already making major strides in the medical field.
A special silk protein could help preserve perishable foods.
New technology could create a seamless navigation experience for wearable devices with small screens.
Academics have successfully sequenced the mitochondrial genome of this rodent-like creature.
Researchers have used the Sudbury Basin as an analogue for the potential comet impacts that may have heralded primordial life on Earth.
Every May, the Eta Aquarids meteor shower provides onlookers with a chance to glimpse shooting light streaks against the star-dotted expanse above.
A new android could possibly give physicians a run for their money soon.
Recent seismic activity in this region can be linked to pieces of the mantle breaking off and sinking into the Earth.
With autonomous vehicles, driving the kids to soccer practice may soon not be the duty of a parent.
Get ready, because A.I. is on the White House’s radar, and it’s taking the field seriously.
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.