Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology have found a galaxy more than 13.2 billion years old. Their next question is: Why is it so darn bright?
A new study suggests that grandmothers may have played a key role in the development of human 'pair bonds.'
The evolution of the shoulder helps explain how humans were able to become great throwers, 'turning our species into the most dominant predators on earth.'
French researchers have developed autobiographical memory for humanoid robots that could prove useful in assisting astronauts on the space station.
NASA senior contract photographer Bill Ingalls adds another spectacular space history photo to his decades-old collection.
Cats may not rely on their owners for safety and security the way dogs do, a new study has found.