Scientists at Berkeley Lab break energy barrier by shooting high-powered laser into tube of plasma, all in the smallest particle accelerator ever made.
The sight of a hummingbird brings joy to almost any observer, but new research shows a weakness in their graceful hovering.
NASA’s Curiosity rover is climbing a mountain in the middle of Gale Crater on Mars and helping researchers better understand how the mountain may have formed over three billion years ago.
Evidence suggests that Viking men did not expand to new territories alone but, rather, they took along their women.
A recent report suggests that modern day birds owe their lack of teeth to changes in an ancestor that lived some 116 million years ago.
A new study of artifacts found in a cave in Israel suggests that human beings began using fire at will around 350,000 years ago, with earlier uses likely more opportunistic than controlled.
The U.S. Navy’s “GhostSwimmer” drone made its testing debut last week at Fort Story, Virginia.
New research promises to make quantum encryption of credit cards a bomb-proof hacking safeguard.
Voyager 1, the world’s first and only spacecraft to ever enter interstellar space, is currently surfing a big wave caused by the sun.
Findings presented in a new federal report indicate that the Arctic region is heating up twice as quickly as the rest of the world.