NASA observes back-to-back X-class solar flares, the most powerful kind of flare. Until we hit Z-class, that is.
The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation has awarded $100,000 to an Australian team developing the condom of the future.
Astronomers think they've cracked one of the Moon’s biggest mysteries: why does the dark side doesn't have a "man in the Moon" face.
MIT's experimental fusion reactor gets a second chance as a new budget for its operation was approved by Congress.
These few pixels are the signature of a gamma ray burst, an enormous explosion that took place 12 billion years ago at the edge of the visible Universe.
Scientist determines that a series of pulses in Earth’s magnetic field occur in greater frequency just before an earthquake, potentially making them a reliable forecast tool.
Student researchers capture specific thought processes in short-term memory with simple EEG electrodes.
A person takes an average of 7,000 steps per day, a logical starting-point for Angel Casimiro's concept.
Before the Saturn V, and before the Saturn IV, III, or II (which never flew), the Saturn I was NASA's heavy-lift workhorse.
A new research study shows that fasting in mice and humans helps the body get rid of damaged cells and regenerate new ones.