Satellites have collided only four times in the past 30 years, making it difficult to form generalizations about cause.
The bats have tongues as long as their bodies.
Scientists are trying to understand why the generally solitary creatures are grouping together.
A science-oriented political action committee, 314 Action Fund, endorsed more than 50 candidates for state and local offices.
More than 50 AI researchers from around the world have signed an open letter boycotting the prestigious university.
Renowned atheist author Richard Dawkins claims that a combination of similar last names and naive news producers has confused him for the late Stephen Hawking.
Scientists simulated conditions near a star to find out.
Wearable technology will use wireless sensors to monitor an astronaut's wellbeing and make automatic adjustments in their environment to make them more comfortable.
Many of the vacated positions remain unfilled.
For a century, scientists have relied on a fundamental assumption about the brain's neurons. New research shows it's wrong.
The pain is real but the blame is misplaced.
We've looked for anti-aging secrets in short-lived organisms from worms to yeast, but the killifish is a vertebrate, making it a much better analog to humans.
New species of grass tastes delicious, Australian scientists accidentally discover.
Watch scientists show off their goofy side—and learn something new at the same time.
Normal matter makes up just five percent of the universe, but we can only see about 2.5 percent of it.
Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne win for "decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves."
The algorithm they created can analyze if bacterial spores are anthrax in less than a second.
"There's this symbolism that's built in with eclipses about...things coming to a close," says one astrologer.
Scientists announce most detailed description of a GRB to date, shedding light on black holes.
The transmission likely comes from a human technology.