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
Data sharing among nations on Earth observations rebooted for another decade
European universities launch project to speed robotic development, enable bot-to-bot learning
Israel's prestigious Wolf Prize honors foreign scientists from US, Canada, Sweden and Taiwan
After 957 days of hibernation, the Rosetta spacecraft woke up, aligned itself with the sun and called home.
Anyone who has ever had a song stuck in his head has experienced an earworm. What are your most invasive earworms?
Companies want to help workers quit smoking, but are unsure about allowing e-cigarettes at work.
NASA center in Southern California is renamed in honor of astronaut Neil Armstrong
The European Space Agency, NASA and countless people who follow space missions are holding their collective breath for the biggest wake-up call in the solar system.
Spike in endangered green turtles off Indonesia island risks destruction of food source
American geophysicist Peter Molnar wins Crafoord science prize for plate motion research
GMO labeling debate shifts to Olympia; bill would label genetically engineered salmon
This week, NASA invited the public to take part in the journey to the asteroid Bennu.
Montana T. rex to be transported to DC, arriving at Smithsonian in April for new dinosaur hall
Not just winging it: Birds in V formation choreograph flapping to save energy, study suggests
As the debate continues over whether a driver should wear Google Glass behind the wheel, a new app for the wearable computer helps keep drowsy drivers awake.
Some buildings remain shaky 20 years after deadly Northridge earthquake