Studies on stromatolites could offer clues on possible life-friendly bacterial structures in other planets.
SpaceX’s Raptor engine, its next-generation rocket engine, was shipped to the company’s test site in Texas to start developmental tests.
Shifting sands on a beach in the island of Oahu in Hawaii have revealed ancient carvings that date 400 years back.
Apple has secured U.S. approval to sell renewable electricity in power markets around the country.
Scientists have developed a self-destructing battery that dissolves after being exposed to heat or liquid, which could help reduce discarded electronics wastes.
Mount Masaya, an active volcano in Nicaragua, will be connected to the Internet to monitor its activities and predict an eruption.
New levitating cups made of magnets will enhance restaurant customers’ drinking and dining experience.
Scientists have developed a new kind of osmotic power generator that is capable of greater power generation than its predecessors.
Kepler’s “Alien Megastructure” star has been dramatically dimming, and it’s causing confusion among astronomers.
Scientists discovered that using polarization of an exoplanet’s light could detect exomoons.
A remote village in carbon-consuming Thailand has an unlikely alternative source of energy: cow dung
NASA developed the “AstrOlympics” project, which likens Olympic athletes to objects in space.
The FDA has given the go signal for a field trial of Zika fighting genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida.
New climate models developed by scientists provide more evidence that Venus may have once been habitable.