Scientists find 570-kilo (1,256-pound) chunk of Chelyabinsk meteorite in Russian lake
After $25M gift, Steve Wynn says U. Iowa researchers are on the path toward curing blindness
Canadian researchers develop DNA test to catch doping cheats in elite sports
Friday night will see the first full moon after the autumnal equinox and by happy coincidence a lunar eclipse will accompany it.
Biblical museum in Kentucky says new dinosaur fossil is evidence of global flood
AG seeks stiff sentence for Mass. chemist charged in lab scandal, defense asks for leniency
US brain research team wins $1 million prize in Israel for technology that aids paralyzed
Marine science teacher finds carcass of 18-foot-long sea creature off California coast
Nobel Prize in physics winner Peter Higgs plans to 'properly' retire next year at age 85
His name is Frank, short for Frankenstein of course, and although he doesn't run, jump or fight, Frank does sport bionic body parts and implantable synthetic organs. And he's on display at the National Air and Space Museum this fall.
Chemist's lawyer to recommend 1-year sentence in Mass. lab scandal, prosecutors want 5-7 years
Roxanne Jones, the former vice president of ESPN, says her respect and love for the game of football is fading because of the way the NFL has handled, or ignored, growing medical evidence that concussions cause serious damage to players' brains.
A look at the chemistry and dangers of dry ice after explosion at LA airport
Your guide to the 2013 Nobels in literature, chemistry, physics, medicine, peace and economics
A look at the chemistry behind dry ice and its dangers
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World Food Prize event in Iowa confronts divisive issues of biotech crops and global warming
Decades after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a Virginia politics expert says he has uncovered new evidence that disproves the official number of shots fired that fateful day in Dallas.
Jupiter-bound craft that ran into problem after Earth fly-by is operating normally again
51 years after historic send-off into space, John Glenn bids Scott Carpenter 'Godspeed'