In the latest video from GE's Emoji Science Lab, Bill Nye the Science Guy discusses the scientific advances making us a bit more like superheroes.
Want to donate your corpse to science? That's noble of you, but it's not your only option. Here are just a few of the many things people can choose to do when they've shuffled off that mortal coil.
Every UK child within a certain age bracket will be handed a BBC Micro Bit. The makers of the microcomputer hope it will inspire the next generation of programmers for the Internet of Things.
The CleanSpace One project will deploy a satellite equipped with a net to go catch a small satellite and destroy it in Earth's atmosphere.
For the first time, scientists have confirmed that climate change affects the sex determination process of Australian bearded dragons in the wild.
Saturn has an oddly shaped little moon that enjoys carving arcs out of one of the planet's picturesque rings. An image just released by NASA highlights that behavior.
A forgotten box on a museum shelf yields a surprising discovery from a 2,000-year-old tomb.
Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industry hurled a few insults at the American team upon accepting a challenge for the teams' giant robots to battle.
The Square Kilometre Array had detected a tiny signature from 5 billion light years away that heralds great finds in the future.
At the edge of our solar system, the spacecraft put itself into safe mode, leaving it temporarily unable to gather groundbreaking new data on the famous former planet.
Technically Incorrect: Despite a government safety YouTube video that warns people about keeping their heads away from fireworks, a Maine man deliberately places a fireworks mortar tube on his head.
It's July 4, and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission wants you to be extra careful while you celebrate.
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