Tech & Science
Donald Trump will push for the construction of Keystone XL and the Dakota Access Pipeline, but his overall blueprint for America’s energy supply is full of contradictions and outdated assertions.
For the first time, scientists have scanned the brain of a long-extinct animal.
The search engine is the first acquisition by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Researchers stimulated the regrowth of teeth in mice.
Aaron Puzey took 85 hours spread over eight months to complete the VR journey.
China is reinforcing its censorship of the internet by cracking down on VPNs.
The eventual hope is that a combination of several HIV-specific antibodies will help to completely destroy the virus and that this same treatment could double as an HIV vaccine.
Obama's information on climate initiatives are deleted minutes after the inauguration.
The Oklahoma attorney general has filed or joined some two dozen lawsuits intending to block environmental regulations.
Neutering a Supreme Court precedent will make it harder for the feds to impose regulations that protect the environment.
New study theorizes the appendix may play a role in regulating intestinal health.
Activists will work locally for green initiatives despite a federal government friendly to Big Oil and coal.
Twilight star Stewart co-authored a paper on applying neural nets to images.
While President Trump took the oath of office, researchers took to Twitter to tout the marvels of scientific innovation.
The Make America Kittens Again Chrome extension will remove Trump from the internet for you.
Servers of the widely-played game have been linked to the web's largest ever cyberattack.
Asteroids, solar flares and gamma rays... The universe is not short of ways to end life on Earth.
Global CEOs say machines are increasingly to blame for job losses.
Perdue's call to pray for rain was praised by many desperate Georgians whose land and livelihoods were suffering. But it was also criticized for blurring the lines between church and state.
Apple's next iPhone will include "some form of facial/gesture recognition."
Will the Nintendo Switch succeed like the Wii or suffer Wii U’s fate?
The electronics maker has placed automotive applications at the center of a growth strategy.
Thirteen individuals described their current or former internship experience as akin to being "slave laborers."
The world's first exascale computer is expected to be ready before 2018.
If confidence in vaccination falls, herd immunity will fall and epidemics will recur.
President-elect Trump wants Apple to shift manufacturing from China.
Containing rainbow and flag emojis, the message can cause iPhones and iPads to crash.
New software can accurately predict when people with a heart disorder will die.
The cell phone case has a built-in microscope which uses the device's camera for detecting mutations.
Our genes contain information related to how cancer cells grow which researchers can use to address life-threatening cases.