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Despite the disappointing lack of methane findings reported Thursday from NASA's Curiosity rover, Robert Zubrin of the Mars Society says that hope is not lost for finding life on the red planet.
UNSW's Sunswift eVe has broken a long-standing electric car speed record and now shifts gears to make the car street-legal. And CNET got to take the car for a spin.
How can something that tastes so good and is so good for you have such awful repercussions for your breath? The American Chemical Society breaks it down.
After the Macintosh's initial unveiling for shareholders, Steve Jobs gave the first public demonstration of the computer just a few days later. The video of that meeting has just been unearthed for the first time.
Scientists at the University of Bristol in the UK insist that alcohol allows you to find people more attractive. This contradicts some previous research.
An attempt by Kansas schools to adopt teaching standards for science is being challenged by organizations that say science teaching "endorses a non-theistic world view."
Bill Gates pledges $40 million -- and his own blood -- to the Indonesia Health Fund. Plus, underwear that protects your private parts from public radiation.
After warning Web blacklists would end the "viability of the Internet," the Internet Society hires the Hollywood figure who defends them and accuses critics of spreading "misinformation."
The co-founder of the Boston Beer Company insists that all you have to do is swallow dry yeast before you start drinking.
A production photo of the chip announced last April reveals it's close to reality.