Archivists and environmentalists have been gathering to collect and safeguard scientific research from government databases, with another meeting set to follow Scott Pruitt's confirmation as EPA chief.
The unassuming 3D-printed gravity meter was commissioned by a private citizen and manufactured aboard the ISS, and represents a significant step forward in space exploration.
Flexible blade design based on dragonflies could fundamentally change how we harvest wind energy.
Pokémon Go may be popular, but ask people about other augmented reality applications and most draw a blank.
The software giant is calling for a treaty to outline protections for civilians and companies from government-sponsored hacking.
A virtual reality app that uses photorealism allowed me to summit Everest without actually risking my life.
Single-passenger quadcopters will ferry VIPs around the desert city via automated flight routes.
After five years, a California company called Planet has more than 100 satellites in orbit, allowing it to begin selling and providing images of the entire Earth every day.
Get ready for tough, foldable paper-like solar panels covered in "solar glitter."
A biomimetic camera system is inspired by super-zoom vision of eagles, hawks and other birds of prey.