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Monday, August 21 marks the first total solar eclipse to hit the mainland United States in nearly 40 years.
Making up the difference will be a balancing act of high-tension electricity choreography.
With a lunar orbit mission on the docket, NASA's contractors for the Space Launch System continue testing with new focus.
A larvacean can capture tiny floating bits of plastic, enabling the pinkie-sized critter to eliminate the plastic as waste that falls to the seafloor.
A Chinese physicist hopes that quantum communications will span multiple countries by 2030. So... what's it for?
On board: more than 6,400 pounds of supplies.
To create a good living replica of the human brain, your best hope may be to let “organoid” components assemble it for you.
First built in 1958, Caspar will mimic the fusion that goes on inside stars to learn how they make heavy elements
The power grid of the future will require sunny skies above and energy storage below. Thanks to Tesla, Kauai has both.
By collecting medical knowledge in a superintelligent AI, your GP can order tests or prescribe medications they’d normally outsource.
The Trump administration has had a stark impact on the language used by some federal employees around climate change.
Anything that overpriced, underpowered graphing calculator can do, Python can do better.
Researchers are searching for ways to predict which young dogs will make the cut—by watching hours and hours of guide dog puppy bowl.
Species gain and shed startling amounts of DNA as they evolve, and even genomes that look stable churn furiously. What does it mean?
Now, between major outbreaks of MERS, is the perfect time to develop treatments and vaccines for a virus that kills a third of the people it infects.
That'll only take 11.5 days. Get to work!
NASA's Juno spacecraft made its first close pass by Jupiter's big red spot, and it's got the pictures to prove it.
DNA could be a robust storage system for data, but never before have researchers stored information in a live organism.
A modified rabies virus lets scientists control how ferrets respond to simple visual patterns. There's a point, promise.
A shoelace knot is a metaphor for the scientific approach to problem-solving.