What causes all of those lovely swirly bits that we see in auroras? GREECE is finding out. With rockets.
Here’s an idea that could save money and the planet: recycle your old milk jugs at home, and make them into 3D printing filament.
Applying bright pulses of light to vegetables grown in space makes them produce more nutrients that help astronauts see better.
Doctors are experimenting with using screws and plated made from silk to hold together fractured bones during healing.
Rather than hopping on a space-bound train from the ground, your first space elevator ride to space could begin in low Earth orbit.
Harvard physicists map out device that could harvest Earth’s infrared energy for renewable power.
By the time humans set foot on Mars, NASA wants its other craft prepped for an even more arduous mission.
Hey, um, does defrosting an enormous 30,000 year old virus from Siberia and then letting it infect things seem like a terrible idea to anyone else?
Scientists discover that a rare genetic mutation prevents diabetes in humans, even in people with unhealthy lifestyles.
A group of scientists in Hawaii equipped sharks with video cameras, and the resulting footage teaches us new things about how they live.