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A volcano on Mercury may have been active over an unprecedented billion-year time span.
A salt safari, gopher pyramids and a fog-filled Grand Canyon are just a few of the amazing images we found for you in Science.
Humanity, it seems, escaped the Terminator apocalypse: Atlas, the 330-lb. (150 kilograms) robot developed by Boston Dynamics, tripped again — this time during a test at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition in Pensacola.
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Is existing evidence for a warming climate enough for people to act?
The Maya civilization stretched throughout Central America and reached its peak during the first millennium A.D.
George Washington Carver was a prominent American scientist and inventor who developed hundreds of products using peanuts and other plants.
Icicle shape may tell you how pure your roof water is.
More than 20,000 scientists will descend on San Francisco this week for the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union.
Organic, cage-free or home-grown? We think about our purchasing ethics in many areas of daily life, but not often about technology.
Death is not a humane solution for animal "pests."
Now that there are driverless cars, where are the driverless car lanes?
Are tree-fueled power plants a good idea?
A mysterious glowing sea-beast — the video of which is now making its way across the Internet — brought considerable delight and wonder to the people who witnessed it moving through the harbor in Bristol, England.
People with colon cancer may have fewer types of bacteria in their guts than people without the condition, researchers reported today.
Approximately every 11 years, the magnetic polarity of the Sun reverses. 16 years of high resolution magnetic field line data are animated in magnetic lines. Neon green = positive, purple = negative. (looped 4X)
Snow-white predators are showing up in unusual numbers in the northeast and around the Great Lakes.
Men with a condition that causes a curvature of the penis now have a drug treatment option that has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
How animals move in complex environments is a big question with relevance to several fields including robotics.