Tech & Science
This is not a rat washing itself like a person.
The device has closed 12 gaps in the known human genome.
The child has been on life support the entire 11 months of his short life.
One coin in particular could be worth up to $100,000.
The discovery "goes against everything we know in terms of mammalian biology.”
The HomePod is Apple's high-priced answer to Google Home and the Amazon Echo. But is it any better?
Your future could be free of watery eyes and runny noses.
The study solves a heated debate among physicists.
Ramses II may have been a greater liar than he was a military leader.
The knight piece is one of a handful of medieval chess pieces found in the area.
This is the most complete dinosaur ever discovered from the end of the age of dinosaurs in Egypt.
A hospital staff member had assured the victim that the machine was turned off.
New report claims Apple plans to halve production of the iPhone X over the next three months.
An AI breakthrough could lead to a silver bullet for Alzheimer’s and offer a faster, cheaper way to find life-changing drugs.
The crew eats mealworms, which provide them with protein and help support plants growing in the moon lab.
About 650 Canadians requested permission to get a medication to treat hookworm from the Canadian health regulator in 2015. Like this couple, some were denied.
The rocket will be as powerful as 18 jumbo jets.
A super powerful laser would be used to reverse the process by which we convert heat and light into matter to create nuclear weapons.
The president has a radical plan to win the ongoing AI arms race.
The space agency is trying to reconnect with its lost spacecraft.
The devices were tested in an environment similar to Mars.
The drug was discovered in the late 1970s.
Strava inadvertently revealed the location, layout and staffing of secret U.S. military bases.
The moon will glow big, bright—and red.
The Boca Chica launch center has been under construction since 2014.
The video went viral on Thursday.
Archaeologists estimate that it's 2,000 years old.
The Internet was so full of promise, it was given all the advantages.
IBM is sending Watson to the Grammy's to learn more about ... fashion?
Beneath the cavernous ice holds critical data.