A peanut-sized asteroid bigger than the Empire State Building passed by the Earth. It did not pose any threat but experts warn that it may strike the Earth in the future.
The star called HAT-P-2 is having what appears to be unusual pulsations every time the planet HAT-P-2b gets close to it.
More than half of Americans consider the current political climate as either somewhat or very significant source of stress in their lives.
This Raven plays an important role in new technology envisioned to make autonomous rendezvous possible in space.
Dubai has also signed on to purchase 200 self-driving taxis from Tesla as it aims to make quarter of its transport modes self-driving by 2030.
A group of 14 scientists has submitted a $500-worth proposal to use gigantic machines to save the Arctic from the harsh effects of climate change.
A weed commonly found in Florida could stop the deadly superbug on its track.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has released a drone footage last week showing the damage at the ancient Roman-era site of Palmyra.
A panel of scientists, ethicists and academics have thrown in their support in human gene editing.
Experts say the rate of electronic vehicles' growth will have huge implications on the oil, electric, utility markets and the industry as a whole. It may be maddeningly difficult to predict what will happen years from now, but analysts reveal that electric vehicles are poised to have a "very" rapid growth in the future.
uBeam has finally spoken up about its secretive wireless technology and its pursuit to make cordless charging possible. The company has just unveiled its recent prototype of a device that can charge phones via ultrasonic waves.
This material is 1,000 times better than the best variants of LED-based nanochips elsewhere. The technology also uses optical sensors -- that is, using the power of light -- to make its connections more stable.
One of the world’s rarest boas, the Cropan boa, hasn’t been seen in 64 years – until now.
While whale stranding in the country is not a new occurrence, the latest strandings are the largest the country has witnessed so far since the 1980s.
There is an impending evolutionary arms race between deadly bacteria and antibiotics. Scientists may have found another novel, yet primal, way to make existing drugs more effective against antibiotic resistance.