.New bi-pedal robot that looks like the legs of an ostrich could soon be the face of package delivery,
Over 200 stranded whales in New Zealand were rescued by nature itself.
A new study by Google's DeepMind explores if artificial intelligence is likely to turn on each other - or us.
Scientists are finally one step closer to harnessing the full power of the Sun. If all goes well, the Earth may not need fossil fuels as early as 2030.
Narcotics experts have called for an expanded access to naloxone, an important drug related to solve the growing number of opioid overdoses in the U.S. The massive surge in the antidote's price is a business decision that can affect the lives of other people.
New findings from a CERN study may be able to fill one of the biggest gaps in the Standard Model of physics -- how the universe broke the rules of symmetry and why we exist.
NASA and ESA are working together for another historic mission the moon. ESA will help provide the modules for the Orion spacecraft that will take humans to the moon and beyond.
A team of scientists at the W. M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii have discovered what seems to be a remnant of a massive object that was torn apart by a white dwarf star some 170 light-years from Earth.
Brandies like cognac are renowned for its flavors, colors and aromas that require years to achieve. However, scientists from Spain have used ultrasound to cut the time needed for these spirits to mature from years to days.
Scientists from Japan has developed a flying drone that could help or "potentially" replace bees as pollinators.
A mysterious "void" appears to be pushing the Milky Way galaxy through the Universe at 2-million km/h, as if fleeing from what appears to be an enigmatic "dead zone."
Scientists are developing new chips that might be able to withstand the heat on Venus. The chips are made of materials that could allow electricity to flow without getting fried.
Iceland makes strides in the pursuit of volcano-powered electricity.
Neurotic dog? Look in the mirror, because your pup may have gotten it from you.
Current news reports on the growing and looming threat of job displacement, the improvements on artificial intelligence, and development of various diseases have prompted Silicon Valley billionaires to purchase bunkers for what appears to be a job-related apocalypse.