Hanelle Culpepper directed episodes of 'Star Trek: Discovery,' but by directing the first three episodes of 'Star Trek: Picard,' she became the first woman director of a 'Star Trek' series pilot.
Plastic covered in algae and micro-organisms could be releasing a smell that encourages sea turtles to mistake it for food.
In Episode 3 of 'Star Trek: Picard,' "The End is the Beginning," Jean-Luc fills out his expedition crew, while Soji Asha learns more about herself than she bargained from a former Borg drone.
There is an urgent need for new antibiotics as more bacteria become resistant to existing drugs.
Researchers have designed a material that blends ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibres (UHMWPE) onto neoprene, providing the possibility of light-weight shark-proof wetsuits.
Researchers say their SunBOTs are 400 percent more efficient than comparable stationary devices.
The co-author of the study told Newsweek the scales could bring about leaps forward in aerospace engineering.
Scientists studied the feces of people from around the world.
Historic and rarely seen work by the legendary designer - including clothing, furniture, and films - are displayed in a fascinating retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum.
Harvard-led team say a thin layer of silica aerogel could insulate the planet's surface.
Scientists tested the drug against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, with promising results.
Mazi Ghorbani is an entrepreneur and inventor whose latest venture involves creating a sustainable protein derived from fish in an effort to combat childhood hunger.
The impact has been devastating, threatening livelihoods across Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Africa.
A team of scientists has found a way to engineer bacteria so that they can produce spider-silk and other hard-to-manufacture proteins that could be useful in future space missions.
Scientists say the lobster membrane is one of the toughest hydrogels in the world.
The study "highlights the magnitude of plastic pollution," a professor of conservation told Newsweek.
A better understanding of hagfish slime could help scientists produce synthetic versions for the military.
Scientists say we should see some big breakthroughs in artificial silk over the next five to 10 years.
At least 24 staff members and inmates have been exposed to an unknown substance at an Ohio correctional facility.
About 70 people overdosed on what authorities believe is the synthetic drug, K2.
Officials believe at least 18 people have possibly overdosed on the synthetic drug known as K2.
The drug, tainted with rat poison, caused users to bleed out of their eyes and ears, health officials said.