The profound sense of connectedness and awe experienced by astronauts upon seeing Earth from space is the subject of a new study.
From CNET Magazine: Around the world, regular people with no formal training are contributing to some of today's most exciting scientific research. You can join them.
The entrepreneur's money will help search for breakthroughs in immunotherapy, which enables patients to use their own immune systems, rather than radiation or chemicals, to fight cancer.
DNA is the future of data storage, and it just got more viable as a team of researchers find a way to encode direct access.
The Imec research center in Belgium advances chip technology for solar panels, health care, agriculture, wearable computers and more.
Technically Incorrect: For some reason or other, researchers at Ohio State decided to confront one of the world's dullest cliches. And look what they discovered.
Britain's National Environment Research Council is asking the public to name its new state-of-the-art polar research vessel, with predictable results.
German grad student Nils Rodday figured out how to intercept flight instructions and start flying a drone himself. He says the hardware he exploited is present in drones from various manufacturers.
A device that cost $250 to build was able to record and replay a SimpliSafe system's disarm codes, says a security research firm.
Their solution takes its idea from something quite familiar -- underground gasoline storage tanks.