Lunar dust is sharp, jagged, and sticky, presenting a host of challenges to NASA astronauts on the surface of the moon.
This VR experience takes you on a historical journey from The Rock to Standing Rock
See wild animals up close on an African safari
The $30 Aryzon AR kit costs far less than many wearable headsets, yet adds a 3D experience to your smartphone, which has been limited to 2D games like Pokémon Go.
As the Great American Solar Eclipse approaches, NASA says that with the right information, skywatchers can safely view the total solar eclipse in its full glory with the naked eye.
Most images of spacecraft are set in space, so it can be hard to guess their size. We did some digging and the answers might surprise you.
The 10 Earth-like exoplanets bring the number to 50 that orbit in habitable zones where liquid water might be found.
The Finnish startup Varjo promises a technological advance that enhances the VR experience with 70 times the clarity of current headsets.
From the biggest companies in Silicon Valley to Boston-based startups, the tech sector is transforming the way doctors diagnose and respond to a wide array of illnesses.
The transport startup SeaBubbles has developed an aerodynamic prototype that it hopes will provide an eco-friendly option for getting around the French capital within four years.
New research shows that the worst case scenarios of years past are now the average along the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, as sea level rise, erosion, and subsidence eat away a Manhattan-sized chunk of land each year.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed an alloy that can capture infrared light, which could double the amount sunlight panels convert to energy.
A new analysis critiques a 2015 blueprint for achieving 100 percent renewable energy production in the United States by midcentury.
We all know ionizing radiation can be deadly, but how exactly does it damage the body? What does it do on a molecular level?
A new study shows that a protein in nerve cells that becomes corrupted and forms clumps in the brains of people with Parkinson's can also be found in cells that line the small intestine.
Researchers are equipping sperm with tiny iron suits to turn them into cancer-fighting robots. Wait, what?
The Stanford Virtual Heart is takes you inside of one of the most complex organs in the human body.
A decade-long research project finds that self-centeredness may have aided ancient humans in difficult times, but might now be an out-dated evolutionary response.
The letters from Einstein to colleagues, which will be auctioned on June 20, reveal his thoughts on physics, God, and Israel.