A new medical device, powered by compressed air, hugs a damaged heart ventricle and helps it to pump blood, which could eventually aid the 5.7 million people in the US...
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Devil rays are mysterious sea creatures that are rarely seen in the wild. With their population dwindling, biologists are racing to learn more about these rays before they disappear.
To prevent mega-wildfires from spiraling out of control, technicians set landscapes ablaze on purpose.
Every now and then, the sun explodes. Without warning, blazing hot plasma spews into the solar system with the force of about 20 million nuclear bombs. Depending on the direction of the explosion, that plasma could head straight for Earth.
The Milky Way is on a crash course with the Andromeda galaxy, but what would a galactic collision actually look like?
New research suggests recurring slope lineae on the Martian surface might be caused by flows of sand and other granular material rather than underground supplies of liquid water.
The ViaSat-2 satellite could provide a continuous internet connection from North America to Europe. Here's how this massive satellite works.
The company, led by former SpaceX engineer Brogan BamBrogan, has proposed to build a transit system that would shuttle passengers from Boulder to Denver in just 8 minutes.
Developers of the VR system, which constructs 3D environments from thousands of 2D images, hope the technology will help advance understanding of the human brain.
Ever wondered why some eggs are different colors? There's a lot more science behind it than you might think.
The seamless, collective movement of schooling fish, as well as flocking birds, is advantageous to a group, protecting it from predators and helping it find food.
A study of home interiors found that the environment rather than residents’ lifestyles seems to determine where bugs are likely to thrive.
A skin patch currently undergoing clinical trials delivers a high dose of peanut protein and appears to successfully reduce peanut allergies in children and adults.
Using a synthetic compound found naturally in chocolate and red wine, researchers turn back the biological clock on senescent cells.
Researchers have grafted human brain organoids into rodent brains — a breakthrough with great scientific promise and immense ethical significance.
Scientists have found the oldest example of the domestication of a wild-growing Eurasian grapevine solely for the production of wine.
The first farmers were not only well traveled, but also apparently well loved by the hunter-gatherers that they encountered across Europe.
More people have been to the moon than to the ocean's Twilight Zone. Why is it so hard to get there, and why do these scientists want to go?