A few years out of graduate school in botany, Paul Gray found himself tinkering with the lights for growing Green Crack.
GPS doesn't work if you're in a tunnel, but the Tesla Model S has come up with a solution.
Far More Pollution on the Road Than They do in a Lab. Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi are producing cars which emit far more pollution on the road than they do in a lab, according to new tests. The four car giants join Volkswagen on the gr
Federal investigators are probing the way that Valeant Pharmaceuticals prices and distributes its drugs.
Tesla Motors Inc. will begin rolling out the first version of its highly anticipated Autopilot features to some owners of its all-electric Model S sedan Thursday.
Richards and other Planned Parenthood representatives have long claimed that abortions only account for 3% of Planned Parenthood's total procedures. But under examination, Richards admitted that abortions actually account for a staggering 86% of
--And Invented Software Itself
Last fall hundreds of thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong and encountered a serious logistical issue: Their phones weren't working.
The debate over childhood vaccination has been in the news on and off for nearly a decade.
Cuba has faced many public health issues over the last few decades, one of the gravest being related the country's most famous export, tobacco. A rise in cases of lung cancer prompted this small nation to develop a drug called CimaVax EGF, which is
As early as next year, individuals in Japan will be able to call on a self-driving taxi for their daily commute.
Did you know? Every day in the United States, 70,000 cats and dogs are born that's nearly 3,000 born every hour or 50 born every minute!
There's a big problem in the fight against deadly superbugs.
The FAST radio telescope will be the biggest and most sensitive ever constructed
Humans have a love/hate relationship with the cliques, clades, and classes that compartmentalize their world.
Carl Zimmer, a science journalist, explains how the revolutionary new genome-editing tool CRISPR works.
It seems like every couple of years, the folks at NASA or NOAA will issue a press release saying something along the lines of "this year we'll have the big one" before adding that El Niño may be gearing up to dump devastating rains all over th
At first glance, the big news coming out of this summer's conference on the theory of computing appeared to be something of a letdown.
When it comes to our brains, does size really matter?
only a small percentage of stem cells injected actually survive the process, but a newly developed liquid could make life a little easier for freshly transplanted cells. Researchers have found that encapsulating them in a sticky hydrogel gives them t
The new cloak is more sophisticated than past devices. It is ultra thin and able to conceal a small three-dimensional object measuring 36 by 36 micrometers by completely reflecting a wavelength of visible light, which has not been done before. And pe
All rockets work on the same basic principle: Throw something out the back of the rocket and it will provide a thrust force.
Historically, those born without a hand or have one amputated can choose prosthetic devices that focus on realism and, for a steeper price, fine motor control.
A drone crashed and exploded into flames this week on a quiet Hamptons street.
If we are to have artificial intelligence assisting us in driving, working and walking around, it will need to understand not just what we're doing but what we mean to do.Researchers, at the University of Illinois at Chicago have created a system tha
In what is likely a major breakthrough for quantum computing, researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia have managed for the first time to build the fundamental blocks of a quantum computer in silicon.
...where NOBODY will ever live
Well, basically low-pollution, means low-performance, and we, as drivers, are on the whole not interested in driving cars that are unresponsive and do not accelerate quickly to the speeds at which we like to drive. Fundamentally, the emissions regula
What would you do if the power grid went down and never came back up?
Canada's Arthur B. McDonald and Japan's Takaaki Kajita will split the nearly $1M prize