These impressive, fast and incredibly expensive planes are currently protecting America's freedom.
British group sent out a red alert for scenic aurora borealis, but uh, a staffer on a riding mower just drove too close to the sensor.
We'll all have to breathe, eat and drink when we colonize Mars. These cartoons show how we'll reuse waste and pollutants to do it -- just like Mark Watney in "The Martian."
How has Apple changed after half a decade with Cook at the helm? Plus, Pokemon Go shows signs of decline -- but is that so surprising, or even a big problem?
Harvard researchers build a tentacled little robot made entirely of flexible parts. No electronics needed.
Almost 60 years ago, an account emerged of aliens from a planet around Proxima Centauri. It's been largely forgotten, but now that we know the planet is real, does the wild story deserve another look?
The use of infant simulators to educate teens about contraception is having the opposite effect, with pregnancy rates up among girls who attend the programs.
The technology, available for free, lets computers isolate subjects in a photo. That could be a help to blind people, self-driving cars and beyond.
Technically Incorrect: No one seems to know why Jamie Keeton's body is the way it is. But it's seemingly magnetic. So much so that he makes money out of it.
Players who don't regularly clean their instruments could end up suffering from "Bagpipe lung," according to a new case study.
Technically Incorrect: A new Pew survey finds that those who say they have no religion tend to cite science as one of the main reasons.
China plans to send an expedition to Mars soon, and it wants to land a very pretty rover on the surface.
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