The US Army Corps of Engineers decided Wednesday that DNA analysis proved a controversial, 9,000-year-old skeleton is related to native Americans and can be buried by their customs.
The launch is a point of success for Russia's challenged space industry.
The influential mathematician and scientist was also a prominent figure in the British suffrage movement and a staunch advocate for women's work to receive due credit.
Elon Musk's private space exploration company plans to take off for the Red Planet by 2018, with a little help from NASA.
New Boeing spaceflight simulators are allowing NASA astronauts to run through every aspect of trips to the International Space Station ahead of planned 2017 launches.
A well-preserved skull and several vertebrae of a newly discovered sauropod could provide scientist with more information on the creature's life and relation to other dinosaurs of its time.
Scientists have developed a new technique that could help spot smaller details on the surface of Mars.
The European Space Agency's Sentinel-1B joins its twin, Sentinel 1-A, in orbit around the Earth. Together, the satellites will create a full map of the entire Earth every six days.
Researchers look through a 'shark-eye' camera to understand biofluorescence.
In an interview, the famed Dutch biologist discusses themes of animal cognition, empathy, and morality – subjects he explores in his newest book, "Are We Smart Enough To Know How Smart Animals Are?"