A new discovery reveals that sharks can smell in stereo to help them home in on dinner.
With all that glass, is the new iPhone 4 all that it's 'cracked up' to be?
The pesky critters cluster and remain feeding on one lump of food even if another morsel exists nearby.
The new Naro-1 rocket likely exploded about 137 seconds after launching from South Korea's Naro Space Center, said the country's minster for education, science and technology.
Calvin Dale Smith of Houston has been charged with stealing several NASA artifacts.
The collisions that occurred on Jupiter last week remain a mystery to scientists who are currently examining this latest impact on the gas giant.
Solar storms on their way. Natl Academy of Sciences: "Major solar storm could cause twenty times more economic damage than Hurricane Katrina..."
Swiss scientist Michael Graetzel won the 2010 Millennium Technology Prize for his work on inexpensive solar cells for renewable energy projects.
Internet users are more likely to meet their neighbors face-to-face, a new study reveals.
Calculations of the orbits of five small moons of Saturn suggest that they are the offspring of the planet's rings.
Scientists have found that a popped bubble actually creates a ring of smaller daughter bubbles in its wake.
Although these galaxies are 'bright' in the eyes of experienced amateur astronomers, most beginners will probably have a lot of difficulty seeing them.
NASA is collecting digital photos and names from the public to launch on the two final space shuttle missions.
Researchers are unsure of how exactly the baleen whales are able to locate and identify one another every year.
With just two planned space shuttle missions remaining, NASA has launched the Face in Space project. Send NASA a photo of yourself, and it will fly aboard one of the final shuttle missions.
Archaeologists discover beehives from ancient Israel 3,000 years ago. They appear to be the oldest evidence for beekeeping ever found, scientists reported.
American millionaire space tourist Gregory Olsen, is excited about the future of space travel -- especially if it means he might have another chance to fly.
'Race to the End of the Earth,' the new exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York, recounts the momentous and deadly race between two explorers to be the first to reach the South Pole.
Discovered by an Australian astronomer last September, Comet McNaught, will soon be visible to early risers (and those who stay up all night).