Researchers found increased levels of radioactive particles in wines made after Japan's Fukushima meltdown.
Amazon's Part Finder app uses computer vision and user input to find the right part to finish your project.
The Mars rover finally met a rock it couldn't best.
Authorities are worried the iceberg could roll or break apart, triggering floods on shore.
The Meghalayan Age begins with the collapse of many of the world's civilizations 4,200 years ago.
The bread—and the oven that baked it—predate farming by at least 4,000 years.
Everyone made it off the peak safely.
Unfortunately, the diamonds are buried so deep we'll probably never mine them.
This won't happen again until 2179.
Two Blockbuster holdouts in Alaska are closing, leaving only a single storefront in Oregon still operational.
But something new will rise in their place.
NASA's recently launched GRACE satellites use a next-generation rangefinding technology that could end up in many future missions.
An investigation finds that banned ozone-damaging chemicals are still in regular use in Chinese industries.
A pretty useful trick.
A proposal to tow an iceberg to Cape Town is an ambitious, outlandish plan.
In March, a meteorite crashed into the ocean a few miles off the coast of Washington, and scientists want it.
One biotech company has taken the first steps toward printing functional human organs for transplants.
The photo shows a tiny planet orbiting a star along with a large disk of dust and gas.
A new drone from the University of Tokyo brings versatility and adaptability to flying robots.
The simple setup could help first responders identify neurotoxins and pick the right antidote.
This is the third major delay announcement in less than a year.
Japan's Hayabusa-2 spacecraft will collect a piece of the asteroid Ryugu and bring it back to Earth.
An advanced prosthetic comes equipped with a motor and sensors to adjust to stairs or uneven ground.
ESA's Hera spacecraft will head to a nearby binary asteroid in 2026 to study planetary defense technologies.
Over 120 million tons of plastic trash will have to find a new home over the next decade, according to a new report.
A new analysis finds that lowered costs plus cheaper battery storage results in way more renewable energy over the next few decades.
While bad news for the Opportunity rover, this gives NASA a great chance to study the storm up close.
Imagine a gale ferocious enough to alter the rotation of the planet.
The software can help doctors and hospitals determine who has the best chance of recovery.
German environment minister Svenja Schulze says the country will have to try harder to hit its 2030 goal.