Chinese scientists have "teleported" a photon particle to a satellite - could humans be next?
This week, a trillion-tonne hunk of ice broke off Antarctica.
When we have children, we impose life's risks upon them.
Tardigrades are so tough that they'll survive apocalyptic asteroids and gamma ray bursts, astrophysicists say. Biologists say nope.
For most people stairs are a minor inconvenience, but for those with mobility issues they're a nightmare. However, the tedious ascent is set to get a lot easier...
In a new study published in Nature, a group of scientists at Harvard have successfully stored a GIF— yes, like a moving meme — into live bacteria (E. coli to be specific).
As recently as 10 years ago, humans were thought to be the only species with the ability to plan. Turns out ravens can too, on a par with great apes.
The crimson clouds of Jupiter's Great Red Spot are more hypnotic than ever thanks to images created by citizen scientists using data from NASA's Juno probe at Jupiter.
The long-lost bag used by U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong to bring back to Earth the first samples of moon dust is expected to sell for up to $4 million when it is auctioned with other space memorabilia next week in New York City.
A private company that has long flaunted its goal to mine the moon has finally revealed its secret plan. On July 11, Moon Express rolled out its ambitious proposal to set up a lunar outpost and send
Ravens also have complex reasoning skills and an ability to plan for the future, new research shows.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's Natural History Museum in London has suspended a gigantic blue whale skeleton in its main entrance — drawing attention to vanishing species in an environment under strain.
A NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory video captured a swirling sunspot after two days of observing an unblotted solar surface.
An iceberg the size of Delaware is now on the move
The iceberg, one of the largest on record, poses no immediate threat to sea levels. But scientists say the break may have altered the profile of Antartica for decades to come.
Images and a short film are inserted into bacteria DNA and recovered with 90% accuracy.
You can now feast your eyes on the first up-close photos of Jupiter's famous Great Red Spot ever taken.
Sea level rise will flood hundreds of coastal cities in the near future, according to a report published Wednesday by the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Technique demonstrated in E. coli suggests way to record events
The company, Moon Express, is aiming to win the $20 million Google Lunar X Prize competition and become a payload delivery company.
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