Nearly a third of the world's largest ocean species may have died during what researchers are calling the Pliocene marine megafauna extinction, which occurred 2-3 mill...
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.
The southernmost region of South America is home to some of the biggest landscapes on the planet. But many of its most famous glaciers are in retreat.
Lawmakers may compel the US military to establish a dedicated fighting force for space — against the wishes of some senior Air Force leaders.
Lunar dust is sharp, jagged, and sticky, presenting a host of challenges to NASA astronauts on the surface of the moon.
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.
Researchers at New York University are using machine-learning technology and sensors to build a sound library of the city that could help authorities mitigate noise pollution.
A record heatwave throughout the West is grounding flights, which some scientists say is an example of the "hidden costs of climate change."
The Finnish startup Varjo promises a technological advance that enhances the VR experience with 70 times the clarity of current headsets.
These new, manmade minerals could be evidence for the argument that we are living in the Anthropocene.
Finding naturally mummified animals is not an everyday occurrence, but rising global temperatures might make it more likely.
A new study has found negligible reductions in carbon reduction from urban agriculture projects, which include commercial rooftop plots and public gardens.
Researchers erased certain memories from slug neurons, opening up the possibility that this could one day work on humans with memories that trigger anxiety or awaken trauma.
A new study shows that people can be conditioned with images to view their partner more positively.
Scalise, who fell victim to a shooting at baseball practice, has received multiple blood transfusions and undergone several surgeries, and will likely remain in the hospital for weeks.
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.