Tech & Science
The stunning video shows an HIV infection firsthand.
Dispensary workers are trained to tell customers to take health questions to a medical professional.
The research—which was led by the Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona—was conducted by an international team of physicists from 12 institutions who managed to close a loophole found in a common test of quantum mechanics.
The new Block 5 Falcon 9 is designed to be used 10 times, a huge step for reusability.
“This event is the largest one so far conducted by North Korea, and it’s created meters of deformation.”
“We are doing both the moon and Mars, in tandem, and the missions are supportive of each other.”
A bill proposes spending $10 million a year.
The birds are carefully adapted to the absentee parenting lifestyle.
"Your Netflix Membership is on hold," the phishing email warns. Of course, cyber-crooks are just after your details.
Scientists believe that dark matter accounts for the majority of matter in the universe.
A decade after a massive earthquake killed almost 70,000 people, nature is reclaiming abandoned and shattered homes and schools.
They're battery-powered, but you won't have to plug your kicks into a charger.
Bartholomeou, who coded his version in “an hour or so”, said the motivation was “purely comedy.”
The cutting-edge technique allows the ear to form new arteries, veins and even nerves.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the Tesla car, a gray 2014 model, drove off the roadway and struck a concrete wall.
Google is promising a “simple, more approachable Android." But can it deliver?
The lava lake at Kilauea's summit has been receding and that has scientists worried.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
The object is more than 200 times farther away from its stars than Earth is from the sun.
Saqqara is a vast ancient burial ground that once served as the necropolis for the Ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis.
The behemoth of a telescope will help humans explore distant alien planets.
In 2013, the first digital design for functioning 3-D printed guns became widely available for download.
With the rise of globalization comes the inevitable rise of the alien ant.
The malware, dubbed “Maikspy” by researchers from Trend Micro, is known to target both Android and Windows devices.
Its wingspan might have been substantial but paleontologists aren't certain it could fly.
Astronomers will comb through millions of stars in the search.
Satellite imagery is helping scientists track fissures and gas emissions during the eruption.
Here's how to get tickets.
You could take to the skies for your morning commute by 2023, if all goes according to plan.
Google is billing Duplex as the next step in human-computer interaction. But what about ethics?