Recent findings by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Life Institute (SETI) suggest that there are iron and calcium-rich carbonate deposits underneath the surface of Mars.
The anticipated inflation of the first expandable module docked on the ISS has reached a roadblock when the process was postponed by NASA engineers.
The remains recovered from the EgyptAir Flight 804 were torn into pieces making the identification process near impossible. Forensic experts are now taking DNA samples from the passengers and their relatives to help identify the remains.
New study reveals a new class of galaxies called red geysers that host supermassive black hole winds so hot and energetic that stars can't form.
Telstra won the contract to manage a new national cancer screening register.
Data from the Hubble Space Telescope and two more telescopes by NASA and ESA were studied by Italian astrophysicists.
Former Microsoft executive and billionaire, Nathan Myhrvold is accusing NASA of faulty statistics concerning the size of asteroids as observed by the agency's WISE and NEOWISE missions.
Google launches Science Journal, an app that can use the sensors in smartphones to record and measure data and made it into graph and tables.
Tesla and renowned toy maker, Radio Flyer are manufacturing drivable mini Tesla Model S cars for kids.
Researchers found two black hole seed candidates suggesting that super massive black holes were already big when formed during the collapse of gas clouds.
Canadian passenger aboard EyptAir remembered for "gold heart."
NASA and Microsoft developed OnSight a virtual reality walking tour of the surface of Mars using the HoloLens technology.
Wildlife researchers published a 'Code of Conduct' to be observed by scientists and commercial drone operators when filming animals using unmanned aerial vehicles.
Engineers of Airbus Defence and Space started the assembly of the Orion Spacecraft in Germany. The process is expected to be complete in 2017.