Far from being dead, study suggests New Madrid fault zone still alive and active
Three college graduates are developing a wearable computer to track whether a user is lacking energy or drowsy, and offers suggestions on staying awake.
States move to require labels on genetically altered food, opposed by industry
After starting national trend, Texas tosses algebra II mandate _ making policy experts nervous
NASA launches newest communication satellite, vital link with space station, Hubble telescope
Space telescope spies water plumes on dwarf planet Ceres, target of NASA's Dawn spacecraft
GO FIGURE: Weather upside down as baked Alaska is 2 degrees warmer than chilly Lower 48
A decade after landing on Mars, NASA's Opportunity rover still going strong
Biologists begin necropsies for 25 pilot whales found dead off southwest Florida island
Scientists intrigued by image of "jelly doughnut" rock on Mars taken by the Opportunity rover
Another super-hot year; NOAA says 2013 tied for 4th warmest on record for globe, NASA says 7th
Due for major earthquake, Israel seeks to keep Holy Land's ancient treasures standing
'Hello World!' Comet-chasing spacecraft wakes from hibernation, sends signal back to Earth
Fire and ice captured the attention of the worldwide astronomical community in the past 24 hours.
2 sisters with scarred lungs each get 1 transplanted in Houston from same donor
Nevada officials say marina where 100K fish died is safe, some locals express concerns
Israeli archeologists uncover ancient church dating back to Byzantine era
Folding a paper airplane so it will fly takes skill and patience. A new smartphone-controlled paper airplane kit is close to hitting the market.
New York wildlife officials want to step up efforts to eliminate wild populations of non-native mute swans.
Google's contact lens prototype could be new option for diabetics for monitoring glucose