Scientists discover an important reproductive mechanism that could not only make non-hormonal birth control possible, but also treat infertility.
The last custodian of this experiment, who watched over it for decades, actually died without ever having witnessed this phenomenon.
MIT researchers have designed a concept for a nuclear plant that floats in the ocean, keeping it free from the effects of earthquakes and tsunamis.
The track of a tiger beetle chasing its prey looks like a giant tangled knot, but research shows that the beetle is just following a simple neurological program.
Planets that have weird and extreme tilts on their axis could maintain habitability, regardless of their distance from their stars.
The shield's capabilities might seems like a complete fabrication of comic fiction, but there could be some science at its core.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft spots what might be the birth of a new moon from Saturn’s outermost ring.
Many of us in North America were treated to a total lunar eclipse on Monday night, but the Canadians one-upped us (as they do so often) with the addition of a spectacular auroral display.
Recent improvements in creating artificial blood for transfusions may lead to a readily available blood supply manufactured in large laboratories or factories that's safer and cheaper than donations from humans.
A new copper catalyst can create liquid ethanol from carbon monoxide gas, turning pollution directly into fuel and making inefficient corn completely unnecessary.