The true transformers: Cheap and fast robots can now assemble themselves from sheet of paper
25 years ago, Ebola outbreak near US capital introduced US to what had been an unknown disease
Science fiction becomes reality: Space probe swings alongside comet after 10-year chase
A look at key moments in Rosetta's 10-year journey to link up with comet
Bizarre Wyoming cavern reveals ancient bones to paleontologists in first dig there in 30 years
Pew study: Split views over whether robots will cause net gain or loss for jobs
Five Virginia teachers have been selected as state finalists for the 2014 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Human activity has doubled or tripled levels of mercury in the world's oceans, study finds
Former New York Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum hired by Miami Dolphins as consultant
A new study shows people who regularly eat fish help build the part of the brain that controls memory and learning, and can add some protection from Alzheimer's disease.
Another faulty gene can raise breast cancer risk nearly as much as BRCA genes do, study finds
Some questions and answers about what's causing toxic algae blooms that left Toledo dry
Archaeologists board solar-powered boat to search for Europe's oldest village under Greek bay
Nevada wildlife officials rescue stranded fish from drought-plagued irrigation ditches
Scientists want bird-ogling public to observe puffins eating, help with research to save them
Debate over who's first in line for experimental Ebola drug even though little is available
A Maryland associate professor and a lead author of a United Nations climate change working group says important details about individual countries' emissions are intentionally left out of summaries given to policymakers - making it difficult to craft targeted policies to that would reduce pollution globally.
US Navy practices retrieving Orion spacecraft from Pacific Ocean to prep for December launch
Strong, shallow undersea earthquake hits off eastern Indonesia; no injuries reported
South Dakota official: Year's 1st case of animal anthrax found, not a food-safety concern
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