The first draft of a new "tree of life" contains every named species of flora and fauna known from over 3.5 billion years of life on Earth.
A fragile scroll discovered in 1970 on the western shore of the Dead Sea has finally been deciphered, revealing it to be part of a Torah scroll.
The iSperm device has already been used to spy on the sperm of scores of boars. Soon, it could be used in the same way for men.
Ideal for both personal use and work environments, this smart lock opens as if by magic. And now it has a lower price, too.
The cost of the €250,000 burger grown in The Netherlands' Maastricht University would be dramatically lower if produced on a mass scale.
The PathFindIR II presents very gee-whiz imagery, but its cost and installation put it in a niche market, best for people with larger vehicles who drive dark, rural roads beset with wandering livestock.
The US government agency's suggested regulations won't let Amazon deliver packages, but they generally make it very easy for businesses to use drones.
A video from AsapScience explores what would happen if humans suddenly disappeared from the face of the Earth (though we obviously wouldn't be around to worry about it).
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wants to ship goods using unmanned aircraft. Some are skeptical, others nervous, but drones already are improving the way we live.
A history of agriculture is locked away in centuries worth of documents from the British Isles -- if you know how to find it.