"To be able to do those complex movements that I haven't been able to do for four years was great," said Ian Burkhart, after wiggling his fingers and closing them around a spoon handle.
An unusual X-ray signature from a distant galaxy could be dark matter, in the form of a new kind of neutrino.
In a joint operation between the National Weather Service, NOAA, and commercial jet operators, airliners are being equipped with the latest weather sensing technology.
A group of researchers have figured out how to alter a cocaine-eating microbial enzyme to make it effective in the human body for both overdoses and addiction treatments.
Private company BoldlyGo announces a Mars sample retrieval mission that expects to bring samples of Martian dirt and dust back to Earth as early as 2020.
And would Sir like to select the taste pods to go with his foodspresso machine?
It's already been an entire Martian year since the Curiosity rover landed on Mars, and NASA has a retrospective, an update, and a look at the year to come.
In just five years the Government space agency will be bringing back large chunks of space rock.
The craft will be a 22-pound quadrocopter to buzz around Titan's surface, collecting samples and generally enjoying the sights of the gigantic moon.
You're looking at the microscopic reason why geckos can stick to things without being sticky.