The results are in after Russia's investigation into the Chelyabinsk meteor, and they don't paint a pretty picture.
For now, the same cannot be said for the Curiosity rover or the flu vaccine.
The common E. coli bacteria strain now does more than infect your food — it can also produce gasoline.
Four wings and a feathered tail make up one of the most intriguing creatures in the history of feathered flight, and now we know what they were all used for.
Hydrogen cyanide might just be the key to creation, as demonstrated by researchers in Denmark.
Duke scientists are experimenting with a brain implant that could give you superhero-like senses.
What makes a rainbow a rainbow? Apparently the answer is 42.
The 80's science show known as Cosmos is getting a sequel and the creators have just unveiled an amazing trailer for the program which has everything necessary to whet a science geek's appetite.
A Japanese startup has unveiled what it claims is a kind of synthetic spider web material that is strong as steel and as flexible as rubber.
In what appears to be a first, Japanese researchers have used stem cell science to generate working human liver cells, a breakthrough that could lead to the end of organ donor transplants.