Phoenix Mars lander, new space-station lab, Saturn's 'bumper cars,' and looking ahead to NASA's gamma-ray observatory.
As computer chips get faster, normal materials may not keep up – physics won’t allow it.
The shuttle launch Saturday, carrying the new module, is a key step for Japan’s space program.
A successful landing and Mars's smooth surface sets optimum digging conditions
The lander is scheduled to touch down on the red planet Sunday, marking a turning point in the exploration program.
Their X-ray technique could lead to an early-warning system for exploding stars.
Without it, how would I know about those 'imitation' Rolex watches?
Bands and DJs hack into video-game gear to create instruments.
The bumps on a humpback's fins inspire a new line of green-tech blades for turbines, fans, and maybe the home.
The bumps on a whale’s fins inspire a new line of green-tech blades for turbines, fans, and maybe the home.
It pays to think small when forecasting environmental change.
Mercury's magnetic mixture, befriending new websites, how to cook invasive species