A newly developed process can turn jellyfish into super absorbent and biodegradable diapers and paper towels.
Nearly half a billion years ago, this was one of the first plants to gain a roothold on land.
Relax, the laser the ISS is firing at Earth is perfectly safe.
Thankfully, the evolving robots seem less interested in world domination than they do in foraging for batteries and mating.
NASA's new space-based vegetable garden is heading to the International Space Station today.
CERN’s particle accelerator creates rare four-quark particles that may have existed for mere microseconds after the Big Bang.
When you have supersonic parachutes destined for Mars that are too big to fit into a wind tunnel, the only way to test them is with a helicopter and a rocket-powered sled.
Although it’s been a source of contention, scientists now believe that Gusev Crater on Mars (which was explored by the Spirit rover) once held a lake full of liquid water.
Research by Edinburgh University proves that organ regeneration in mammals is possible by rejuvenating the thymus in mice.
This image has been making the rounds as an "artificial light on Mars," but the reality is probably not that exciting.