Transferring genes from one animal into the genome of another is now much easier, and more than a little scary looking.
The ESA Crysosat’s recent survey of Antarctica shows that the continent has lost double the amount of ice since it was last measured in 2010.
An 80-year-old theory about turning light into matter is getting new attention, thanks to scientists at Imperial College figuring out how to make it actually happen.
NASA's latest space vehicle looks like a throwback to science fiction articles from the 1950s, but it's all cutting edge tech.
A Martian year's worth of sun traces a teardrop in the sky above the Opportunity rover.
Somewhere between Cold Fusion and Star Trek's impulse engines, this mini fusion reactor could theoretically usher in a new age of energy production world-wide.
A farm worker in Argentina uncovers massive bones for what is now the largest dinosaur ever found.
If GPS often gets you lost or going in the wrong direction, quantum positioning may be the better tool for you.
DNA doesn't look like your biology textbook says it does.
Of all the surface mobility vehicle's NASA considered in the 1960s, the Lunar Worm might be the strangest.