By studying the particles that cascade to Earth, scientists can learn about the energy of the original cosmic rays.
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Take a tour of Pro Snowboarder Mike Basich's off the grid tiny home, and experience his winter wonderland known as Area 241.
The Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced that it had selected Boeing for the next phase of its XS-1 project.
Scientists have confirmed that all seven planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system circle their star in a sort of gravitational lockstep with one another.
Research posits that Earth emerged from a completely new structure after a planetary collision, with outer layers of vaporized rock rotating in orbit around the rest of the body.
Harvard researchers aim to improve robotic therapy for those learning to walk again.
Scientists at MIT have developed a “biohybrid wearable” — a functional workout suit covered in microbes that contract when they sense heat or cold during exercise.
Drawing inspiration from how mammalian brains process sight, researchers have found a way to mimic the functions of biological neural networks on a next-gen “memristor” chip.
Electric cars are only as clean as the source of energy they're plugged into — and Tennessee offers a lesson in how build a better clean-vehicle market.
Paleontologists can figure out a lot about what dinosaurs looked like based on their fossils, but color? Not so much.
The early ancestors of 100-foot-long blue whales were dolphin-sized, according to new research that explains how they and other whale giants got to be so big.
A study of 55,000 Danes found they were as much as 20 percent less likely to develop atrial fibrillation if consuming chocolate on a weekly basis.
The president's $4.1 trillion budget package for 2018 would ax a variety of medical, energy, and basic research programs, while boosting funding for defense and homeland security.
The record-breaking pepper isn't recommended for eating, because it may be the last thing a person ever tastes.
Two trucks bearing a gilded bed and a funeral chariot from Tutankhamun’s tomb were transferred to a still-unfinished museum at the foot of the pyramids.
A new study has found that what language you speak might alter your perception of time.
Humanity first arose in the Eastern Mediterranean around 7.2 million years ago, suggests new analysis of fossils for a hominin species nicknamed “El Graeco.”